I am so excited to present to you my new pantry! Let me tell you that this reorganization has been a labor of love. I sought to create a space that I would be happy to keep organized and clean. What resulted was a space way more beautiful beyond my imagination and the best room in the house.Read More
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Since there is still a lot of excitement over my old DIY projects,
I've kept a few popular ones hidden from the general public.
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This is one of two light fixtures in my house exposing a bare bulb. It got a shade, fashioned from a shelf riser. Yes, that's right! I saw this Variera Shelf Riser from Ikea and did not think of it as a shelf riser for canned food, but thought to myself, "I think I found my new light shade."Read More
Piggybacking my post from Monday about how to make your own infinity scarves, my Wednesday Repurposed post is how to upcycle a scarf into a pair of boot socks. Now, these aren't full length boot socks with the heels. These boot socks are purely decorative, giving your boots that stylish flair without the added bulk.Read More
I took these two scarves home with the intent of turning them into infinity scarves, a type of scarf I don't own and really wanted. I couldn't justify altering any of my existing (paid for) scarves, but these ones from the swap were free, so I didn't feel bad about redesigning them at all.Read More
The beautiful thing about DIY projects is that you can customize and control the outcome of your designs. The fabric options through West Elm were no good for me, being an anti-microfiber user, and the beige-ness of the velvet was too boring. I also chose a finish for the nailheads that was more suitable for my interior.Read More