Removing old yucky carpeting can be one of the most satisfying DIY jobs. Plus, doing it yourself will save money. You’ll need just a few basic tools and less than half a day to complete the job.
Enhance and protect your outdoor design by learning how to stain a deck with these simple steps using deck stain.
Up your curb appeal with this stylish planter featuring modern house numbers and a bold color.
Learn how to make a three-sided cube that can serve as both a side table and a pet bed.
Use several shades of the same paint color to bring a colorful touch to a piece of furniture.
We gave one old bureau two new purposes: stylish storage and sleeping space for pets.
Using two shades of paint and a roll of sisal rope, transform a humdrum wood dresser into a cottage-style dresser.
If your pet's bed is looking worn and tatty, use inexpensive rugs to create a stylish slipcover for your furry friend's favorite resting spot.
Most string art creates a picture or shape; this technique does the opposite by outlining a silhouette instead. Try this easy and inexpensive craft to add a punch of personality to your walls.
Update seat cushions for little money by re-covering them with a pretty, patterned flat-weave rug.
See how we reinvented a 1970s thrift store find by turning it into a dual-purpose end table and pet bed.
Light up your exterior entryway with these fun and festive oversized ornaments.
This inexpensive holiday star made from paint sticks and jute adds rustic charm to any holiday decor.
If your backyard is more eyesore than lush landscape, adding a DIY paver patio could be just the ticket to transform a patch of weeds into a relaxing outdoor room.
No room for a fire pit? Make an easy concrete fire bowl that fits in a backyard of any size.