I’ve been doing a refresh in my son’s playroom and thought that some grasscloth wallpaper on the angled ceiling would be a great way to add texture in the space. This is a high end look, but I’ve never used grasscloth before! So I thought I’d share everything I learned and show. you how to hang grasscloth wallpaper.
One of the best things about summer? A lemonade stand in the neighborhood! If your child has been begging you to make them a lemonade stand too, I have a really easy project for you! So easy that the kids can help too! Make sure to keep reading for the free (and super simple) build plans for this wooden lemonade… Read More
Ready to make a DIY obelisk? I’ll be using mine for roses, but they can be used for support for any type of climbing plant. This obelisk trellis is 4 feet tall and takes advantage of vertical space in a garden. Plus it’s an inexpensive project- I break down the costs below. It’s an easy build that can be created… Read More
I love the look of framed chinoiserie panels! They’re a traditional Grandmillenial vibe that is very high end looking. Usually you’ll see them with gold bamboo frames that are extremely expensive. So, I decided to DIY some framed chinoiserie panels to save some money and I thought I could share a tutorial. Ready to get started?! Note, I’ve read a… Read More
I’ve been wanting to build a pegboard to store and display my son’s art supplies above his desk. This would also be perfect for a craft room. Today I’ll be sharing how you can create a DIY framed pegboard for art supplies, some ideas for organizing a pegboard, links for the best pegboard accessories, and the cost to make a… Read More
I have a little spot in my yard that’d be perfect for a planter. But the problem is, planters are expensive! So instead of buying a big fancy one, we’re going to thrift a filing cabinet and repurpose it to be a planter! Plus I’m going to tile it to make it even fancier. I have a whole tutorial for… Read More