If there is anything that I absolutely swoon over, it’s those master closets with organization for days. I don’t even own enough clothes to fit in most of them, but I still get googly-eyed at all the organization. And I know I am not the only one. Hubby can speed though an IKEA store like […]
Welcome to week 5, the last week before the reveal, of the One Room Challenge! I created a gallery wall
Have you ever wondered how to clean your ceramic glass cooktop? Today, I am showing how even the worst disasters can be saved when it comes to cleaning your ceramic glass cooktop. We we purchased our home, we worried the stove would have to be replaced due to the build up of years of burned-on food.
On of the most common worries that I see from clients, friends, and readers is about the durability. How do I protect my painted furniture? Can I scrub it? Will it show fingerprints or smudges? These are all very valid questions and today I am answering these burning questions!
Sometimes there is a project that even the most experienced DIYer regrets. Today, I am sharing my personal DIY nightmare in the hopes that others can learn from it and never have the experience that I did.
We are sprinting down the finish line in the garage makeover! The last time I updated you, we had a major project in mudding and painting the garage walls. Now, we are moving on to updating the garage floors!
DIY may be the beating heart of this home, but the cold garage certainly doesn’t give me the lovey vibes.Today is just a quick post since we are getting down to business. In part, I am worried that I would loose everyone when I say that I am decorating the garage, but also because we have a ridiculous amount of work ahead to get this finished.
Spring is calling a little early with a cute reversible wood sign and a giveaway! I am teaming up with DecoArt and some very talented DIY bloggers to get paint and creativity flowing!
Have you ever been in the store and thought to yourself, “OMG, That is EXACTLY what I have been looking for!…except it’s the wrong dang color!!” Sometimes it is fixable, sometimes not. Today, I have a simple tutorial on getting a white washed look by layering paint.
If you are in the market for a new backsplash or accent, and don’t want the hassle or expense of traditional stone or glass tile, you might want to consider taking a look at peel and stick tile. This glass tile really changed the whole atmosphere of the kitchen giving it a modern and sophisticated feel.
Some projects have to wait for the right Aha! moment. Today’s military footlocker transformation is like that. Rustoleum challenged me to complete a project alongside 40 other bloggers and you get to vote the winner!
With Christmas almost here, I know you’re brainstorming some cute easy gift wrapping ideas this year! I’ve got a great list for those that are fresh out of ideas.