If you need a convenient place to hang your hat, purse, scarf, umbrella (or all of the above) these fun modern wall hooks might foot the bill. You can make them super fast, with scrap wood and for less than $10!
This fun DIY project keeps my garden hose hanging in style. I’m so happy the idea in my head translated into a fun and affordable design. Most of all, I am happy I am not tripping over my garden hose all the time. Let me show you how to make one!
This farmhouse style wall key holder is perfect for a small entry way, mudroom, office, or any room! Whether it’s your keys, purse, umbrella, jacket, scarf…you name it…this piece will hold it for you.
And look pretty doing it.
It is easy and inexpensive to make. I made two of them to give away as wedding gifts and spent around $25 for both. Read on for the tutorial and a link to those awesome hooks!
It’s ironic that it took having grandchildren to motivate me to build a tree swing. In my defense, it also helps that we FINALLY have a tree with a strong enough branch. We planted this beautiful honey locust 15 years ago, and I have been eyeing that side branch for some time. I love this tree.
Are you ready for the easiest project on the entire Internet PLANET?! Seriously, I challenge you to find an easier project than this super cute shelf with ornate brackets!
I am working on a $100 bathroom renovation and while waiting for the paint to dry, I built this beauty of a shelf for the space above the toilet. These brackets are what make the shelf! I love the aqua chippy color of the metal. As soon as I saw them I had to buy them! Guys and Gals this is a 20 minute project, and that includes drying time!
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!
This week I built this little DIY wall sconce and I am dying to show how easy this is to make! Not to mention cheap! I made two wall mounts for about $5 in lumber. So, if you have the tools (or know someone who does!) then you are set.
And don’t you love that cage light and bulb??? Keep scrolling for links to buy those beauties!!