If you're lucky, you have more than one location to choose from for your home office: a spare bedroom; a seldom used dining area; an attic. Look for a space where you can "switch off"…Read More
If you're looking for simple ways to add some life to your entry. Consider these three upgrades.
Bold wallpaper not only fills a small entryway with an eclectic feel, it creates a rich and cozy ambience for your home that welcomes guests at the door.
Not sure what style works with your decor consider an acrylic piece. This look is very popular right now and takes up no visual space, keeping the look of the entry clean and very open.
A large or bright piece of art, especially against a blank wall, is an instant way to add drama and personality to a neglected entryway. Consider a large scale piece that consumes the entire wall if there is no room for furniture.
As someone who loves making a special occasion even more special for those on my list, a valentine straight from your heart and hands always seems to make the sweetest statement. This cute and personalized gift is sure to make those in your life feel extra special. It's perfect for your colleagues, party favors, and even the kiddos. So this year, give those one-and-only the gift of your time by making this DIY Valentines Capsule.
This is so easy to make and cost less than $10.
(Everything shown was purchased from Michael's Crafts Store from their last-minute-grab bins at the check-out counter)
Here's a visual slideshow with each step in how to make your candy capsule. I picked heart shaped jelly candies for adding color and significance to the occasion but any miniature candy will work. Just make sure to consider the diameter of the tube's opening when making candy selections.
I wanted to share what I've been working on in my studio for a few weeks now. These are photos from my design concept of the Dining Room in my home and a few finished photos of a DIY project I recently completed. I'll add a tutorial of how to create your own wall art, so you can see how easy it was to transform these candle holders into a piece of art. More finished photos to come as the space comes together...