The Fall decorating continues over to one of my favorite areas of my apartment, the bar! Today I will show you how to make a really simple fall burlap banner, and how a few seasonal decorations can spruce up any area of your home. When I saw the burlap paper (pictured below) at JoAnn Fabric Store, I knew my days of cutting up rolls of
Since it is officially fall, I have officially gone crazy with autumn decor! Considering I don’t have a front porch to decorate, I took to my balcony with the colors and accessories associated with this time of year. You may remember this yellow hutch from my very first blog post, well its has really become the perfect shabby chic spot to style with garden decor
One of the good things about moving in with a significant other is – all of the doubles in furniture, especially if you are a DIYer and furniture hoader like myself 😉 Instead of giving away, throwing out or selling this old, plain black coffee table as it was, I decided to refurbish it, and make more money on it than we would have initially.
Remember my sister’s Great Gatsby Party? Of course you do! Well then you probably remember those silver and gold glittery champagne glasses! Yup, I made those. And I will show you how easy it was with this simple DIY Tutorial. 1.) Pick up some pretty but inexpensive glasses. We found ours from the Good Will, and the prices ranged from 50 cents to $1. We
Wall Art is one of the easiest and impactful DIY type projects you can take on. Especially if you have some Record Album Frames. These square frames are perfect for changing up your look, as the possibilities are endless! Once upon a time, I lived with my parents, and one of my greatest wishes was to have a wall of records, in my bedroom. And