It’s getting closer, friends. Halloween, I mean. Are you ready? Have you amped up the scare-factor of your décor this year? If not, I’d recommend it. At least, I’d recommend it if you don’t have young children around to wake up in a cold sweat from nightmares and come screaming into your bedroom. Because that would make for a very long month indeed…
A bed that’s so comfy and cozy you never want to get up, a nightstand that’s always there to keep your phone within arm’s reach, a super comfortable mattress and pillows with lots of character. These are the ingredients you need to create the perfect design and Ikea bedrooms know exactly what to offer you.
Looking for a fast and easy way to freshen up your space…without breaking the bank? Sometimes a little paint is all that is needed to transform a space. Perhaps you should consider sponge painting as a “new” idea to get that textural look you’re after. Before you get started, though, here are a few things you should know about sponge painting.
When it was first built in the 1970s, this split level residence was following the latest trend in terms of architecture and design. Its multi-gabled roof was typical of that era. These days, however, such a design doesn’t really reflect the present so the owners went to Dorrington Atcheson Architects for help when they decided the house needed to be renovated and updated.
So you’re tired of handing out candy to trick-or-treaters. I get that. When you’re a grown up and you don’t like scary, what else is Halloween for but to compete with your neighbors about who has the best hand-outs? Here’s a thought for you. Pull out that old flapper style dress from the back of your closet and host a Halloween dinner party for all your friends! These 17 DIYs will help you make this the party the one they’ll all want an invitation to.