I’m absolutely in love with mason jars right now. Isn’t everyone? I think the thing I love most about them is their versatility. So many different uses for just one type of jar. It’s pretty fabulous and here are some of my favorites!
Firstly, I just want to say that I’ve lived in basement apartments and hated feeling like I never had enough light! It pushed me to be pretty creative when it came to lighting as well as keeping my energy bill low. Keeping your bill low is another post entirely so let’s just focus on some
I love jewelry and because I love jewelry, I have too much of it. Awhile back, I was looking for a trendy way to store, display and organize my jewelry better than my plastic Sterilite box. I hopped on Pinterest (like always) and began my search. I found a great way to organize my jewelry
In all my years of giving old pieces of furniture a lovely makeover, I’ve come to find that there are some techniques that work better than others. I’ve decided to share the top 5 methods that I have found actually work and they range from beginner to expert.
I love up-cycling and I do it a lot but when it comes to hardware for certain pieces, I don’t like to use the old stuff. I want something new, something that makes the piece unique and new. After some reviewing, I’ve found a few places that have excellent furniture hardware!
I’m very much in love with upcycling pieces of furniture. I really wanted to create a small outdoor eating area in my backyard but I wanted to get something that would be durable and versatile. So, metal chairs it was! But boring, old metal chairs was not in the vision I had so, upcycling was
One of my favorite things to do for décor in my house is use my books. It’s never the focal point of the room but it is really nice to have all of my books accessible and looking nice. My main advice for decorating with books is: GET CREATIVE! There are so many different ways
The backsplash that you use in your kitchen can say a lot about you. I have a friend who absolutely loves tea and so she went out and found old, chipped tea cups, crushed them up into small and medium sized pieces, mixed them with plaster and used that for her back splash. Well, I’m
I’m not a huge fan of centerpieces. In the past, any centerpiece I’ve seen has been too large or cumbersome or takes up too much room on the table. That’s just not my idea of a good centerpiece. Here is a list of 15 simple centerpieces that won’t inhibit conversation or table space.
I’m always organizing and reorganizing my home for big and small items. Sometimes it gets cumbersome to jam everything into a box and then into a closet. These ten ideas are magnificent for storage and I’m already excited to use some of them.