Windows without treatments can look a little bare, and all it takes to dress them up is adding curtains, blinds, or maybe even a valance. Here are some awesome, easy, and budget friendly ways you can turn your blank window spaces stylish.
Summer is coming to an end, and fall is slowly creeping in! Pumpkins, leaves, and all things fall-inspired make turning your home into a warm and cozy seasonal space, effortless. Fill your home with fall displays of garlands, mason jars, and welcome signs by using one main item -- burlap!
Frames have a few purposes, sure, but they generally all involve their namesake -- framing things. Bear with me now, though... what if I told you that you can do way more with them than simply placing borders around art, photos, and maps?
We could all benefit from having a little extra space in our homes for the things we love, without having to spend an arm and a leg on renovations. Here to make that a reality for you are these nine easy DIY storage hacks that cost under $30 each.
There's nothing quite like a fresh manicure to finish a look. Here are our picks for the top polish, base coat, top coat, and nail treatment.
My kitchen is basically Design-By-Pinterest. That's the cool thing about gutting your kitchen and starting from scratch... you can dream up anything. The process was long and pretty terrible (two little kids + a pregnant woman without a kitchen = no bueno) but it all turned out great.
I don't know about you, but when I wake up early in the morning or come home after a long day of work, nothing feels better than taking a nice, long, hot shower.
Greet your guests with this super simple pallet wood welcome sign that you can DIY in minutes. Hang it by your front door next to a few pots of flowers, and your front steps will be ready for anyone!
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Refrigerators can drastically affect tomatoes' taste. The cold temperatures cause them to lose their flavor and become mealy. New research suggests, however, that the same could be true of the opposite.
My plants are from all over -- some gifts, but mostly collected one by one from IKEA, plant stores, street fairs, the farmers market, or even the grocery store. I've never spent more than $10 on one, and yet they're the things that most make my home feel like home.
If you want to spruce up your home and garden without breaking the bank, it's time to look to an unlikely item: the cinder block. While these concrete chunks may look unsightly at first, they're really a DIYer's dream.
If you ever went to a frat party in college, you most likely encountered cheap vodka. It's named something generically Russian, comes in a plastic bottle, and is often poured into a vat of Jungle Juice. We've all been there.
Custom furnishings are perfect (obviously) but pricey and unless you're a buzz saw pro, they don't exactly fit into the DIY category. Fortunately, Homepolish designers are clever, innovative and really good at using power tools.
Check out these amazing household uses for vinegar that you'll wish you knew sooner!
Once you've perfected basic techniques like frying an egg and cooking rice, it's time to move on to those things that may have initially scared you off. Yes, we're talking about poaching eggs.