Homemade projects are a wonderful way to ring in the holiday season, and a great place to start is by making a cheerful DIY winter door mat. From festive phrases to seasonal scenes, you can deck out your porch with a custom-made welcome mat in as little as 20 minutes! Here’s how.
If you’re like me, and a lover of bright, bold colors, the autumn season can prove challenging. The deep burgundies, brown burlaps and rustic themes are just not what this color-loving girl wants. In my mission to make hot pink the 2018 fall color of the year, I’m excited to bring you some tablescape inspiration for your Thanksgiving celebration.
Pumpkins aren’t just for carving, they can also serve as festive floral decor. In just a few steps, you’ll have a pretty planter that fits right in with your multicolored gourds and fall landscaping.
Getting your table ready for outdoor dining requires little time and effort. Just add a few thoughtful touches by tying place settings to seating styles, combining complementary shades with bold pops of color and changing up shapes and textures.
In addition to great company and conversation, here are two recipes that are sure to keep the 4th of July party going at your place. Or your neighbor’s.
I have come to realize that PVC shiplap is the ultimate solution to covering up all the unsightly things that come along with an old home: dated tile, old wallpaper, popcorn ceilings, or in my case an unfinished ceiling.
Shiplap is a versatile and attractive option for adding texture, dimension and interest to a space, and in recent years, it has become quite a household name. When I came across Royal® Building Products PVC Shiplap I immediately knew it was the perfect remedy for my dated pink bathroom tile.
The bathroom in our 140-year-old fixer-upper hadn’t seen an update (I’m guessing) since the ‘60s. It had pink ceramic tile and gross linoleum floors — with countertops to match! The wall paint was peeling due to poor ventilation and the entire space felt dingy and extremely cluttered.