This bedroom, interestingly, was the reason we decided to buy our old, barely inhabitable house in downtown Anchorage. It wasn't the old shag carpet or that gorgeous light fixture up there. It was the view outside.
What's the point of a countdown to relaxation if your home is in fact just another stress-box? Make your home an actual getaway with some of these surefire tips that will make you want to skip those after work happy hours to just curl up on the couch.
If you're on the hunt for a weekend bonding activity that will engage your whole family, look no further than these kid-approved DIY masterpieces from around the web. Not only do they inspire creativity, hands-on learning and "good clean" fun, these crafts encourage both parents and little ones to work together on a project everybody will love.
Picture this: You throw everything into a pot. Then it's off to go run errands or even go to work for the day. Hours later, you unlock the door, and return to a perfectly cooked dish. This can happen for most traditional recipes -- because they can be adapted for a slow cooker.
If you're still having trouble getting to sleep since the clock change, put that extra hour to good use, by DIYing your way to a better home 60 minutes at a time! In fact, these brilliant ideas from Hometalk bloggers are a quick way to spruce up your living space any time of long.
Add a rustic touch to your home this fall with antlers, wood slices, chalkboards, and more. Whether you're looking for a room to cozy up in or a place to cook your favorite holiday meals, these seven rustic DIYs will bring the warmth of fall into any space.
So what does Tyra Banks here have to do with your upcoming Vacation? She's a "Top Model" for a selfie Vacation? (pun intended) Say what? Allow m...
If we were ever to meet up for a tea and girl talk date, chances are I would show up with a gift for you. Maybe it would be a tube of homemade lip...
I've always wanted to be the person to write the formal definition of "DIY" for weddings. God knows, I've learned it the hard way. Both in planning my own DIY wedding in 2004, and in helping brides and grooms with the Do-It-Yourself bug find ways to make their personal mark on their wedding planning.
I've now found a solid solution to keeping a stash of candy corn past October: Make them yourself! Not only can you have homemade candy corn year-round, long after Halloween has come and gone, but you can also get a little crazy and mix up the colors and flavors, too.
Washi tape picture frames is one of the easiest, coolest DIY crafts for apartment dwellers, since it serves the dual purpose of being wall-safe and incredibly simple. Use washi tape with fun decorations to adhere your pictures and posters to your wall.
Whether or not you're a fan of the original Cracker Jack, you'll love this updated version: Airy fresh popcorn, crisp buttery caramel, and crunchy salty peanuts make this caramel corn hard to stop eating. It's seriously good.
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Get ready to coral your porch clutter, banish your toiletry mess, and cure your hallway closet madness this instant, with these brilliant storage ideas from clever Hometalk bloggers.
Between piles of unopened mail and squirreled-away stashes of cleaning products, it's easy for any home to quickly get overrun by clutter. This is especially true in smaller spaces and studios, where even your bed can seem like an eyesore.
This sophisticated soireé wouldn't be complete without something scary-good to sip! Everyone knows and loves the classic Shirley Temple, which is simply made with lemon-lime soda and grenadine. For a Halloween-worthy twist, partially fill plastic prop syringes with the grenadine.