I’ve lived in a lot of rentals, so I’ve had to get good at making temporary customizations to apartments to make them feel a little more like they’re mine. I know I’m not alone in needing to make a rental feel like home, so if you want to turn your place into something that welcomes you after a long day, here’s what…
Snagging your tights and ruining them is always a let down, but you don’t have to toss those tights in the trash. Instead, turn them into decorative tassels to brighten up your home. Here’s how.
The disruption of the mattress industry has been ice water in hell, and the efforts on the part of the upstart mattress brands to diversify have been just as exciting. While Leesa’s mattress is a top contender in the increasingly crowded online/foam space, their blanket is something totally new.
Open shelving in the kitchen can help you keep your dishes and appliances organized, but the bare, exposed back walls can be a little boring to look at. If you want to add a little visual interest without committing to a paint color or hassling with wallpaper, the blog Lulu & Georgia has an easy solution: gift wrap.
Using up every last bit of makeup in a compact isn’t the only way to get the most out of it. If you have a few compacts that are on their last legs, turn them into a DIY wall mirror rather than tossing them in the trash.
Frames can be expensive, especially for large posters or art, but some DIY options either take a long time and lots of materials or don’t look great. Make this magnet frame for a simple, good-looking frame that lets your posters shine, and is easy to swap art in and out of.
If you live in a small space, it’s tough to find room for seasonal decorations like a Christmas tree without taking up a ton of usable space or making your home look cluttered. This wall-mounted tree looks great, saves space, and is perfect for small homes or apartments.
Hanging your holiday cards is a great way to decorate for the season, but if you have a lot, they can look cluttered or messy. This method is a clean, simple way to keep your cards where you can see them without adding clutter, and all you need is a wide cloth or paper ribbon.