It’s funny how old things come back in style. That is certainly true for furniture nowadays—old is in! People pay top dollar for vintage and retro pieces of furniture. Thrift stores, estate sales, and auctions have never been more popular. Want to create your own “distressed” furniture? Check out these tips below:
Easter is upon us, and I have to admit, it’s one of my favorite holidays. Maybe it’s because it’s such a great time of year when the weather warms up and you start to see GREEN again. I love the use of color and hinting at new life that comes with Easter time décor. Here
You want the welcoming area of your home to be just that—welcoming. Sometimes, especially during the winter when muddy feet are making tracks, your entryway can look like a massacre has occurred there. Here are a few tips for creating a more pleasing AND functional entryway!
Every year all the girls on my mom’s side of the family (grandma, aunts, cousins, nieces, sisters, etc.) get together for a crafting weekend. This year we had 18 of us all under one roof. Needless to say, it was a party! One of the crafts we did was a (REAL) butterfly wing necklace. It
I love thrifting, and a good thrift store makeover. It’s kind of like going on a treasure hunt. I am amazed at what you can find for so cheap! All you need is an eye for potential and a can of spray paint to decorate your home on the cheap! Check out these gread DIY
I made this wreath a couple weeks ago when I was really starting to get spring fever (don’t the colors make you think of Easter?). The original tutorial for the paper flowers can be found here. This tutorial includes how to make the flowers and how to assemble them on the wreath. Ring in spring