For those of us without a green thumb, succulents are a great way to go since they don’t require too much care. But what’s a little succulent garden without an elegant place to plant them? That’s where these gorgeous texture vases come in. Corey found some great looking textured vases at West Elm and decided to make her own. You can see how she did it and how you can too with her handy tutorial!
When Mara saw this floor mirror, she knew it would be the perfect addition to her home, but at nearly a $1000 price tag, she decided it would be smarter to make her own! She was able to recreate this look at a fraction of the cost of the original and she’s showing us all how in her easy to follow tutorial!
Anthroplogie initial mugs make the perfect gift- whether it’s a birthday, bridal shower, or mother’s day- a mug featuring a meaningful letter of the alphabet is always a hit. It’s a practical gift and the sentiment is always sweet. What you might not know is how simple they are to make your own! What a great way to save money and add yet another layer of personalization to a gift!
I love IKEA, but given the choice between a standard IKEA console and an apothecary style one from Pottery Barn, I’d choose Pottery Barn. However, the cost of the Pottery Barn one is certainly a big deterrent for many of us. That’s why you’ll love today’s project! Corey is showing us all how to transform a basic IKEA unit into a gorgeous Pottery Barn inspired console!
Whether you have children or not, a nightlight is always a practical purchase to keep you from stumbling around in the dark, and the Land of Nod has marketed one that is not just practical but pretty, trendy, and sophisticated as well. When Katie saw this nightlight she was reminded of an owl purchase she had already made and decided to up-cycle it into a Land of Nod Inspired Nightlight.
We all need a pretty catch-all place where we can put our jewelry and spare change. Kate Spade, of course, makes a beautiful one. When Shannon saw it she knew she could make her own just as beautiful as the original. Check out her tutorial to see how she re-created this look and learn how you can do it yourself!
Abstract Art is a great way to dress up a gallery wall. Inspired by some gorgeous black and white pieces at West Elm, Kristin decided to make her own. She even recruited the help of her kiddos and the result was pretty perfect. Check out her tutorial on how you can save a pretty penny while bringing new life to your walls too.