Today I am showing you how to build this super cute, easy, AND stylish DIY mudroom bench! The bottom shelf is perfect for shoes, purses, storage baskets, or whatever you’d like!
First off, let’s get one thing straight, I am in love with wood benches. My very first real DIY build was this Farmhouse Bench. I even modified the length to fit my entry way. The best part? it only cost me $15 in lumber. For a few more dollars, I ripped some plywood for the Faux Shiplap Wall you see behind it! This entry way marked the beginning of my love for DIY.
Hey there! Today I am showing you how to make a simple DIY memo board. Teaching college kids means that I need to find ways to stay organized. I get pulled in many different directions during my work day. Having a planner or a google calendar is not always enough, so planting a reminder in front of my face on this wire memo board helps a lot!
A DIY drawer divider is one way to try to keep the chaos contained inside your drawers. Unfortunately, nobody but yourself knows exactly what would work for your chaos, which is why it’s so hard to find the perfect drawer divider. So, making your own is an option that is easy, inexpensive, and custom!
Using a pillow cover to dress up your existing toss pillows is an inexpensive way to change things up for the Holidays. Lately, I have been shopping for Christmas covers but haven’t found one I love. I wanted something Christmas-y but, simple, without too many bells and whistles. Then I thought “I wonder if I can make one?” So, the search for a simple DIY pillow cover began!
Hey friends! Today I am showing you how to make this cute Christmas stocking post. You see, I have a fireplace, but no mantel. Every year I place our stockings in our stair railing, which is cute too. But when I saw this idea from Jen Woodhouse I had to build one! So, I went straight to Lowe’s to get my lumber.
Christmas is getting close and it’s never too early to think about your DIY projects for the season. I absolutely LOVE decorating with different variations of Christmas trees. I don’t know why, but when I shop for Christmas decor I naturally gravitate to trees. Every. Single. Time. I have a nice collection of table top wooden, burlap, metal, and lighted trees. Of course, I love the traditional Christmas trees, too!
I am so excited to share with you my $100 powder room makeover. This is a room that has been in the works for …….ahem…. 18 months…, and I am finally happy with the way it looks. You guys, it really is possible to give a room a facelift with things you have on hand and a small budget! And of course, there’s that DIY factor. A little sweat can result in some serious savings!