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Hey Renters! Or homeowners who change their minds a lot (shout out). Or remodelers on a budget. You’ve seen gorgeous photos of beautiful bathroom mirrors with fancy frames, right? And you want one, right? But you can’t afford to take down that builder-grade mirror and replace it with one that costs more than a year’s worth of electric bills? I feel you. My bathroom has a giant, cheap-o, plain jane mirror just stuck on the wall like the builder spent his last dollar of the budget at McDonalds on a big mac.
The first time I did this project, my goal was to make decorative storage for friends. I had a lot of left over rope so I decided to use make more baskets! This time I made them a little smaller and they were the perfect size to hold some snacks at the snack table at my wedding. These rope baskets are cute, cheap, and easy to make!
I live in a small 2 bedroom home and with that being said I took the smaller bedroom and made a walk in closet so I always needed somewhere for my grand- Munchkins to sleep when they come over. .. and I always wanted a Country Cottage!
Looking for some gorgeous rustic farmhouse decor for your home? Well, you are going to love this.
My front porch needed some color – what porch doesn’t right? Even during the cold bleakness of winter, color makes everything better. Combine color with rustic farmhouse decor? Yep! It can be done. Mostly when you see and think of rustic farmhouse you think of whites and a pop of dreary rusty-brown right? Well, you can brighten up your home with some beautifully designed rustic farmhouse decor easily.
If you have an old metal bucket lying around your home then you too can easily repurpose it into charming farmhouse decor. Do you love to repurpose items around your home and transform them into beautiful and useful decor? If so, this easy to do tutorial will show you how!
Ok, guys… so let me start off by saying that ever single bone in my body is aching. It was a long week, but we are all moved in to our new home and now the real fun begins. I may be tripping over boxes and clutter but I do LOVE to unpack! My DIYs have been on hold on account of the fact that I cannot yet get into my new craft room due to all the boxes, but I am going to set aside some time this week to get it done and all set up.We had a bit of a delay in unpacking due to the fact that I had to paint every square inch of my house. The previous home owners chose some awful (and very dark) colors. Four coats of paint later and my daughter’s room is now a light pink rather than an eye piercing dark turquoise.
Hi everyone! Back again with another Dollar Tree hack. This one is a really fun one! I found this really awesome Halloween decor that looks like a mason jar. So I thought I'd try something fun with it. You may be able to find one of these in the clearance been right now at your local tree! This would make a great holiday gift or just to keep for yourself like I did!!!
My galvanized watering cans were collected over the years from flea markets and antique malls, some European, but most made in USA. They’re a rag-tag bunch, complete with dents and missing roses. While I love to find them in mint condition with their roses intact, I’m fond of those that were well used, imagining all the flowers and gardens they watered. I hung part of my collection on the corner of my Potting Shed a couple of years ago, where a rain chain would hang, but to be decorative rather than functional.
There’s no better way to add beauty to your home than perking up your walls, back splash or ceiling. Fasade Panels are truly a chic and sophisticated way to get there and easily too! I’m going to show you how to transform a dull wall into something spectacular with fasade panels and how it transformed my foyer!
I've taken a blown glass tequila bottle and repurposed it into a home decor accessory! Love this project? You can buy your own by clicking the link below. Just so you know, Hometalk may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page.
It seems every upscale store I went into while I was holiday shopping had these beautiful agate cheeseboards or coasters with gold trim. Not only were they gorgeous and elegant, but they came with a pretty hefty price tag to boot. Inspired, I decided to make my own version using Unicorn Spit and tiles from the home improvement store. I just absolutely love how they came out!
We are currently remodeling our major bathroom. Our home is 97 years old and through the 35 years that we have lived here we have done many projects to make changes. We have a set of French doors that we took down many years back. They have been stuck away in a storage closet. I have always wanted to do something with the set or just one of them. During our bathroom project, we removed a wall with the intention of replacing with something more attractive. As I was contemplating what to replace the old wall with I remembered the French doors. So, I asked my husband, who does a lot of the carpentry work for me if he thought that was a feasible idea. So plans are set in motion and we get busy. It was my intent to use as much of the antique parts and pieces that we have saved through the years and that is exactly what we did. The paint was the only thing that we had to purchase. The project took longer than we intended because the weather (snow and cold temperatures) brought everything to a standstill.