I am currently in the middle of a budget-friendly backyard patio makeover. I want to add two new planters but many out there are too pricey. I decided to knock off my favorite Tuscan-inspired urn using spray paint and white glaze. The results? A pretty planter for less than half the cost. See the full blog post for an in-depth tutorial on the project.
I've discovered over the years that I can create cute, functional storage on the cheap. The space under the sinks in our master bathroom was sad and totally disorganized, so I headed over to the Dollar Tree to see what I could find to help me out.
I may have mentioned a few - or a million - times how much I love my living room couch. Well, after two years of lovin', my beloved couch was starting to show some wear. The notorious mystery spots were starting to appear and some wrinkles and sags were forming in the cushions. Time to start Mission: Couch Rejuvenation ...
Looking for thrifty, yet high-end-looking art for your home? Look no further than your backyard! I rescued a stump and turned it into a table centerpiece complete with candle holders. Read on to find out how.
Today I wanted to share with you the makeover I gave to a Craigslist china cabinet I bought last winter for $40. I used chalked paint and metallic finish to create the final result.
Yard sale season is in full swing and I just scored a brand new closet organizing system for $7. Check out the post for all the before and after pics (plus a closet organizing tip I swear by).
I love the birch candles featured in my favorite home decor catalogs. But to purchase five birch candles from Pottery Barn would have cost me nearly $200. I made my own instead for less than $20!
I whipped up this valance in about an hour without even trimming my fabric at all. See the full post for the tutorial. I am not an experienced seamstress; anyone can do this! :)