Themed trees can inspire you to decorate for Christmas beyond the use of red and green. If you need some inspiration, I’ve assembled several themes I spotted while on my holiday decor travels.
One of the biggest home decor trends this year has been gold. Want to bring a touch of gold into your home but don’t want to spend a lot of money? Then read on! Here are three gilded DIY projects that are sure to make your home shine.
The southwestern decor trend is taking the interior design world by storm. Its quintessential bold and colorful patterns, mixed with neutral and organic materials, have made it a staple around the world. Want to jump on the southwestern design train without investing a ton of money? Here are three inexpensive, quick and super easy DIY projects that will bring a touch of the southwest into your home.
Rustic and industrial décor have made a big splash in the interior design scene. A great way to bring that into your home is with an industrial marquee letter! Unfortunately, they can be pretty pricey. Use these instructions to create your own for a fraction of the price!
Rather than spending a fortune to buy new furniture, I used every available resource to find the best, used furniture and appliances for cheap – and it worked! Here are the best places to find low-cost stuff to furnish your home.
Struggling to sell your house? Consider feng shui to get the job done! Feng shui will bring in the positive energy your home needs to attract buyers. These steps might be the missing elements to receiving that offer you’ve been anxiously waiting for – take a look!
Whether you’re going for a disco paradise or Brady wonderland, decorating your home ‘70s style is fun and easy! Here are some ideas that you can use to give your home a 1970’s make over.
With a fish, two cats and a child to take care of, I don’t have much time, or the skill, to take care of a garden. But I still want some plants around the house. So I did some research and found out that air plant terrariums require the least amount of gardening skill and knowledge – so of course that’s the type of terrarium I went with. If you lack green thumbs but still want to DIY a terrarium, here’s how to do it!
We’ve covered going retro with Victorian frilliness and Art Deco sleekness, and now it’s time to hold onto your pillbox hats as we dive into the atomic-starburst, tiki-bar wonderland of mid-century modern decorating!
Don’t shell out the big bucks for specialty furniture. Get crafty on the cheap – or with something you already have! Check out these five creative cube organizer ideas for inspiration.