Simple wooden benches offer unique and versatile seating options. But simple doesn’t have to always mean boring. If a plain wooden bench doesn’t exactly match with your decor aesthetic, there are plenty of options for customization. This project features a pretty basic geometric pattern that’s incredibly easy to do and requires very few supplies. Here’s how to make your own.
Read all about what you can build for your home, how you can upcycle or repurpose an item, or when it’s beneficial to turn a generic piece into a beautiful, customized item that you’ll love forever. This DIY section is full of helpful how-tos and creative ideas for everyone, from people who were born with a hammer in their hands to those who break a sweat at the thought of picking up a paintbrush. You’re sure to find a project that will make your home happy.
Summertime means time outdoors with friends and family. Brighten up your outdoor living with these colorful and fun do-it-yourself cube lanterns that will be great accessories for even the smallest of spaces.
I’m a huge advocate for taking joy out of the little things. Whether it’s a fresh batch of chocolate chip cookies or adding a pop of color to your rather boring house keys, these small adventures make entire days brighter. And that’s what we’ve got for you today, an easy DIY that makes a part of your everyday a tiny bit more stylish and fun!
Want to add a fresh vibe to your balcony, terrace, deck or garden? What better way to do that than with a cool-looking planter? We’re not talking about the kind you buy at your local store but about something a little more unusual and a little more personal than that. These planters were made from all sorts of unusual objects and crazy things.
Do you have some couch pillows that need some sprucing up? Tassels are pretty common decorative accents for pillows. And it can actually be really easy and inexpensive to add your own. Here’s a tutorial that uses some common supplies you likely already have around your home.
It is always great to make something out of nothing. These little tin can planters recycle something you would normally discard. Make recycling fun by adding some color and some adorable succulents. They make for great little outdoor planters for the front porch or kitchen window! Make them in any hue- go for an ombre look, monochromatic, or multicolored. Get extra zealous and go for a two-toned look on one tin. Endless possibilities and creativity make this simple DIY fun and exciting!
Do you love the look of flowers blooming out of window planter boxes? I do. Which is why we decided to add some to our home this year, to add a bit of color at above-ground level.