It's great to be inspired by art and decor you see in stores and magazines. But it's also a lot of fun to figure out a way to DIY a project you see as well. Inspired by art I saw in a high end store, this metal leaf wall art was inexpensive and quick to create.
Upcycling and recreating everyday items can be fun for kids! This summer, don't throw out your fast food salad containers, instead, turn them into colorful and whimsical bird feeders!
Why store all your favorite travel mementos in a drawer, never to be seen again? Using an easy to find unfinished wood shadow box, customize it to fit your home decor and display your treasures!
Who would have thought that finding a rock on the ground would make someone's day? It would if the rock is a hand painted one, hidden around the city for the pure joy of someone else finding it to make them happy.
A $1 yard sale find becomes a beautiful French country inspired bistro table. It was the end of a hot yard sale day in Florida, and at the last stop, they were ready to just get rid of everything. This bistro table wasn't cute, and the top wasn't even the original glass top, it was a wood replacement that had definitely seen better days. Knowing it was metal and wood, I knew there would be a way to give it a good makeover.
Have you ever come across a cute table, but it was just a little odd? It may not have had the other half to make it a pair, or it's just too small, too big? Whatever the reason, you may like it but not necessarily as an end table. I have a solution- turn it into a game table!
Created with weathered looking wood, hand painted window screening, and plants in galvanized buckets, this frame will look great on your patio or porch.
Do you love to travel? Maybe you are the type to save all the ticket stubs, brochures, and keepsakes from your adventures?
Do you have trouble knowing what to do with all those things once you're home?
If so, then this is the project for you! ...