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Category Archives: diy
Check out this beautiful entryway from the home of Catherine of The Life Styled:
image credits: 1- sarah yates, 2-johnny miller
Stumbled upon this photo of these beautiful glass pantry canisters and found out they were labeled with DIY decals.
Busts are such a great way to creatively store and display necklaces. I’m absolutely loving this DIY one made out of wood:
Read the instructions on how to do it here.
Love the idea of adding a bit of extra color to gallery walls by using mats in a color other than basic white…
…or white but with a colorful border around the window opening…
image credits: 1- photography by ditte isager via brides, 2- photography by justin bernhaut via brides, 3- mark lund via desire to inspire
A creative way to house a wardrobe, this DIY cabana closet was made by repurposing a bakers rack and sewing a custom cover using inexpensive striped fabric. Looks pretty great don’t you think?
From Samantha and Lindsey’s bright beach cottage. See the rest of it here.
A great way to showcase a special fabric and create custom artwork is to stretch the fabric in a gallery-style floating frame. One with a larger scale pattern and intricate details, like this nature inspired one, works beautifully:
Fabric pictured is $25/yd and can be found here.
These decorative spice jar labels, made of fabric stickers, are perfect for a beautifully organized kitchen:
Find out how to make them here.
Came across this image a couple of weeks ago and still have it in my head. I think you’ll see why:
Isn’t that chevron painted floor beautiful?? It was designed by Merrilee McGehee. See more of her work here.
As one who loves attention to detaill, little projects like this one featured in Instyle make me smile. Doesn’t it look so pretty? Such a great idea for using leftover pieces of wallpaper too!