We've been in our new home for almost a year and in that time I've been unable to come to a decision regarding pan storage. We're short on cabinet space so storing them all in there was out of the question. We started with a lighted pot rack above the island but it felt too cumbersome and like it divided the room too much. It also hung too low causing the pots to block the tv while doing dishes. Then, we tried the half moon wall rack which looked nice but our stud placement wasn't favorable and it didn't have enough support....
Composed using various species of recycled decking timbers and a reclaimed steel frame this coffee table will be right at home in your home! It is finished with Danish oil giving it style while maintaining its ‘one-of-a-kind’ character.*Dimensions875mm (length)825mm (wide)455mm (height)
Are you ready for Halloween? I mean are you ready for the spooktacular event that is Halloween? No? Well get ready with this DIY Concrete Pumpkin Fire Pit. Decorate your front porch or walkway with these flaming pumpkin heads. . HALLOWEEN IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER AND ITS TIME TO DECORATE. I’M GOING TO SHOW YOU HOW TO CREATE A SIMPLE CONCRETE PUMPKIN FIRE PIT USING A $1 CANDY BUCKET JACK-O-LANTERN FROM WALMART AS A MOLD.With Halloween right around the corner its time to get festive. It's getting a bit chilly now with fall underway so I thought I'd mix it up a bit by making a fire pit that I could also display as decoration. Not that I needed an excuse but, it also provides a great excuse to work with concrete, which I hadn't done in some time since making these DIY Halloween Decorations using Concrete and Plaster!OK Let's Get Dirty!****Just be mindful that this may not be safe around small children, kids with draping costumes you know, common sense type things.
Happy Halloween! I made these back in March when I made some more of my concrete garden flowers. When I finished with my garden flowers I decided to see if I liked draped hypertufa, nope. So then my brain start thinking outside the box...
I do not know why but my brain jumped to a different version of the draped hypertfua everyone is doing. Then I jumped in my thoughts to Halloween and how I used to go all out and decorate and each year for the heads and pumpkins I would have to find a stand or something to prop them up.
I had visitors in my garden asking me all summer what in the heck I was doing. The concrete t-shirts were not completely hidden out of view in the back of my yard and garden so when I gave tours to the very far back- there they were. ...
I think craft pumpkins are the greatest invention ever! Unlike real pumpkins, they'll keep year after year, and the decorating possibilities are endless! While I've decorated lots of craft pumpkins, this was the first time I've tried carving one and went a little spookier than I tend to go for my Halloween decor.
I love to make a new ornament out of something old for the Christmas tree every year. Then when I get the ornaments out to decorate the tree they trigger memories of Christmases past. Last year I upcycled old road maps to make lovely map heart ornaments (see them here). This year I decided to make some gorgeous angel wings for my tree out of an old doily and some denim.
Hello friends! Can you believe Christmas is just around the corner? Time flies! If you’ve followed me for a while you know there is nothing I love more than making DIY home decor, especially for the holidays. This time I'm going to show you how to make this beautiful Christmas Village Wreath. I designed my own small houses and the templates are available on my blog https://avantimorocha.com/WATCH THE VIDEO TUTORIAL to learn how I made this gorgeous wreath. You could always just follow this step-by-step guide.
Acrylic paint pours are easy to do! You can use whatever colors you like and however many you want too, maybe just two or three or 10! You can also do this to so many different types of materials/objects like furniture, glass, canvas, metal and more! Colorful, easy to create and makes a statement without the price tag !Here are 2 of my latest wall art creations!
Around this time of year, it's become a tradition to come up with an alternative Christmas tree idea. This year is no exception!The inspiration for this year's tree is from a visit to Epcot at Walt Disney World. Steph took the boat ride in the Land Pavilion and saw their version of a ladder tree, which became the model for ours. Take a look at how it came together!