Skip expensive porcelain vases — create your own with a few scraps of lace, inexpensive hurricane vases and white paint. Filled with summer wildflowers, these vases add a modern touch to any home.
Surprise your sweetheart with a home-cooked meal and custom-made wineglasses this Valentine's Day. A few simple steps are all it takes to turn basic stemware into heart-accented pieces you'll use for every romantic occasion.
Make this inexpensive and modern string art heart to decorate your home for Valentine's Day. Bright, florescent pink and metallic gold make for a bold conversation starter that will fill your home with a dash of color.
A fresh set of towels instantly brightens up a dreary kitchen. Take an afternoon (with or without your kids) and create one-of-a-kind printed kitchen towels to add some fun color to your space.
For a nautical touch, use cotton rope to make a border on a basic rug. Add lots of plants, lanterns and bowls of seashells to create a coastal-inspired outdoor space, no matter where you live.
A basic plastic laundry basket is transformed with colorful stripes of rope. Experiment with a variety of colors and varieties to match your style.
Did you ever wish you could party under the clouds inside your house? Now you can with the easiest DIY ever to create a floating cloud installation over the cutest brunch display.
A fresh take on a plant stand using materials found in your local hardware store, this wood and brass plant stand can be adjusted to fit any size planter. A few coats of neon paint give it a modern edge.
Give the perfect sweet 16 birthday gift, and personalize a leather key chain they can attach to their new set of keys.
Give a boho-chic touch to found vintage trays by adding pretty patterned paper to the bottom.
With some simple floral design mechanics, you can create a beautiful piece of decor that will fit right in at a tea party or rose-themed baby shower. All of these blooms and greens are easily found at your local florist or grocery store floral department.
Don't throw away those old T-shirts — they can easily be turned into a one-of-a-kind doormat to decorate the inside of your dorm room.