If a Christmas nativity scene is part of your holiday decor, this DIY wooden manger is a project that is easy, quick, and will add a rustic touch to your existing nativity figures. Best of all, you can build it with wood scraps!
If you are looking to display your towels with a unique touch, consider a DIY towel rack treatment with homemade peel and stick wood planks. The modern farmhouse look adds a neutral, yet updated feel to any space. This 90’s master bath has been getting a budget-friendly update for the past year. The peel and stick planks were an after thought! Scroll to learn how to incorporate this look in your own space.
Lately, I’m loving the look of outdoor string lights as a way to create an inviting and cozy outdoor space! If you share my love for this look and are searching for exterior lighting ideas, you’ll want to check out the options I have for you. Whether you are decorating for a wedding, a birthday party, or just need extra lighting outside, one of these “brilliant” choices is sure to hit the mark.
Cutting boards are not only useful, but also look really cute around the kitchen, hanging on a wall, or just leaning on the counter as functional decor. This DIY scrap wood cutting board is a fun, simple variation of the average cutting board and makes a great gift. Get creative shaping the handle and you’ll have a unique design for you or someone else to enjoy!
If you’re looking to avoid hazards at home and get the most out of your DIY or renovation project, I commend you for your commitment to safety. For most people, DIY projects can seem daunting, but with care and practice your projects can be as good as those done by a professional. Whether you’re painting your bathroom or building a new kitchen table, keeping these simple tips in mind may maximize your efficiency and cut back on safety risks.
Migrating from knotty alder to grey kitchen cabinets is a budget-friendly way to give an outdated kitchen a modern look. Whether you do it yourself or hire it out, it is a job that requires a bit of research, motivation, and attention to detail. It took me three years to pull the trigger on this 90’s -very- knotty kitchen. But now that it’s done, I am thrilled with the results and glad I took the time to think it through.
If you are looking to update your bathroom with a unique touch, consider a painted black vanity. The sleek look adds a neutral, yet modern feel to any bathroom. The vanity in my master bath is large, and I was skeptical about painting it, but once finished, the black color was the perfect choice to update this 90’s bathroom on a small budget.
If you’ve been on the hunt for the best paint roller for walls I encourage you to read this post until the end. Seriously, don’t turn away at the sight of the little roller below because friends, good things DO come in small packages, and I never thought the solution to my painting problem would be so simple.
If you are ready to update your dated bathroom but don’t have the money for a full renovation, an easy to make, stick on mirror frame can add the character you’re looking for, without breaking the bank. Paint it all one color for a sleek look, or distress it for a rustic farmhouse style. In this tutorial I will be showing you two easy ways to create a stick-on frame with minimal effort and no fancy power tools.
This old fashioned student desk gives a modern twist to the old student desk. Its compact, one-piece design adds functionality and style to any space. Constructed out of 2″x 2″ lumber and plywood, it is sturdy, yet light weight. Perfect for small spaces! This piece was initially built for a middle school’s theatre set of Thoroughly Modern Millie. We built 16 of them!