These Ikea Alex drawer hacks are here to save the day and help you get organized in your bedroom, office, or any room in your home! Organize your space with IKEA ALEX DRAWERS! A disorganized space is like having no space. Sounds crazy, but it’s so true. I’ve lived in my share of small spaces, Read More
DIY Wooden Pumpkins
HI FRIENDS! READY FOR AN EASY DIY FALL WOODEN PUMPKINS TUTORIAL? How about this adorable Chic Rustic trio of wooden pumpkins? They use scrap wood and are easy to whip up in just a short time with a few simple tools. I’m absolutely in love with these grungy white and gold pumpkins. I love being Read More
DIY Gold Vase – Textured Dots using Hot Glue!
Looking for DIY Home Decor Dollar Store or DIY Home Decor on a Budget? This Gold Vase with Textured Dots is made with just a leftover metal canister, hot glue, and gold spray paint. I started out with a metal container from these cookies from Dollar Tree. I didn’t want to throw it away, knowing it’d be good for SOMEthing Read More
Kids’ Dry-Erase Activity Table
DIY Kids’ Dry Erase Marker Table Read More
5 Simple Steps to a Front Door Makeover!
THIS IS THE PERFECT TIME OF YEAR TO GIVE YOUR HOME A NEW LOOK!! BY SIMPLY GIVING YOUR FRONT DOOR A MAKEOVER, YOU’LL TAKE YOUR LOOK FROM ‘BLAH’ TO STUNNING, FRESH AND BEAUTIFUL! 5 SIMPLE STEPS AND YOU’LL HAVE ONE BEAUTIFUL DOOR! Read More
$2 DIY Custom Frame
This DIY frame cost me $2 to make – it’s totally color customizable and is an adorable accent for any area of the home! $2 DIY Custom Frame Read More
DIY Rustic Wooden Trough Centerpiece
Lately, I’ve been noticing a lot of rustic wooden trough centerpieces in the home decorating world. And they look gorgeous! Neutrals and rustic are my favorite lately! I mean, I DO love color, but how easy is it to change your accent colors now and then when you’ve decorated in neutrals?! This means that I can re-decorate for holidays and different seasons without it costing me much at all: swap out couch pillows, decorate the mantel, get seasonal plants, and more!
When I first saw the rustic trough centerpiece in a magazine, I immediately thought how fun it would be to put different things in it for different times of the year: ornaments and lights for Christmas, colorful sea glass and tea lights for summer, decorative fall leaves with pine cones and a candle for fall, and plants and candles, or even fruit, year-round! So many possibilities! Read More