Seasonal decorating doesn’t require a doing a complete home makeover or running out to buy new tchotchkes. Save time and money just by reaching into your prop closet and making a few changes in your home decor to bring in the new season. Since summer is just a few days away, Sharon Hines, from Mrs. Hines’ Class, let’s take a look at 3 Easy Ways to Add Summer Style to Your Home.
Today I am going to show you how to make under a piece of furniture.
Last month, I decided to give my dining room a much-needed makeover. Lately I feel like I’ve been in a boho inspired mood, not only with fashion but with home decor as well. So I took to Pinterest to get some inspiration and wanted to share with you my dining room makeover.
Can you feel that summer is here? We sure can. When it’s the beginning of June and you’re already complaining that it’s too hot you might have a problem! With the temperatures rising, the last thing we want to do is eat hot food. Even worse, we definitely don’t want to turn on the stove!
Pamela Reed, from Brooklyn Farm Girl, is going to show us a light, refreshing summer recipe. These fresh burritos are full of vegetables and will cool you down. They’re perfect to take already made to work, or you can take all the supplies to the park for a picnic with friends and let everyone make their own.
Hello! It’s me, Courtney from The Hamby Home, and I am thrilled to back to share another simple DIY project and this one is for your furry family members! It’s no secret that I LOVE my dogs and I love finding ways to create a space for them that works with my existing home decor. This project was inexpensive and turned out perfect for our little dog corner!
I have a great upcycle idea for you this time! I want to show you how you can take on old piece of non–functional Home decor and turn it back into something functional and fun.
Cassie Bustamante, from Primitive & Proper is going to show us how to take a piece in need of a makeover and turn it into a catalog-worthy showstopper!
When re-inventing a found piece of furniture, there are so many places to seek inspiration. I enjoy perusing magazines, other DIY blogs, and current retail stores with great style. I recently came across a sweet little midcentury nightstand (actually found for me by Sarah Dorsey, who has a great eye for design).
Although we may wish that we spent less time in the laundry, the truth is, unless we’re prepared to do a ‘major cull’ of our clothes, or go on a shopping-strike, doing the laundry will continue to be a part of daily life. However, Gabrielle Anschau, from Trend Mogul, is going to show us how to make the laundry room struggle a little easier, and even, dare we say it, enjoyable!
Whether you call them Jamaican beef patties, empanadas, or pastelitos, the one thing we all call them is delicious! Alicia Pileggi, from The Crafterglow, is showing us how to make these tasty treats. The basis for these is all pretty much the same: dough, meat, and cheese. Perfectly simple enough to get creative!
Karin Chudy, from Art is Beauty, is showing us a fun little project that might come in handy for Graduation Season.
I have my first-born kiddo graduating from High School in a few short weeks. To say it has been a bit crazy is an understatement. Part of that hectic chaos is prepping for graduation parties; not just throwing one, but my daughter is attending her friends’ parties and needs to bring gifts. I decided when my daughter goes to her friends’ parties she can bring them a fun little graduation tote bag.