fun & creative diy ideas for your home

  • A woman lounging in a modern living room

    How to instantly improve your home

    Sure, you could shell out a lot of cash to completely renovate your place. Or you could use the basics of good design to get the job done. Here are 15 simple ideas that will instantly improve your home.

  • Hand-Stamped Cutting Board

    9 fun DIY projects for your kitchen

    Inject some unexpected personality into your kitchen with these fun do-it-yourself cutting boards, canisters, and more—they're guaranteed to put a smile on your face, every day.

  • Personalized Photo Paper

    6 unexpected wrapping ideas

    Put down those store-bought bows. Here’s how to give your gifts an extra-special touch this season.

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    20 holiday door décor ideas found on Pinterest

    Amazingly creative and festive winter wreaths and door décor for the holiday season.

  • DIY Snow Globes

    Easy & fun Christmas decorating projects

    For the holiday season we bring you 19 amazing and festive décor ideas from Pinterest that are fun for the entire family.

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    14 Great Gift-Wrapping Ideas

    Find out how to mimic these brilliant gift wrapping ideas from some of our favorite crafters.

  • Glowing Tree

    23 ideas to trim your Christmas tree

    Whether your tree at home is real or artificial, you'll find inspiration for decorating the centerpiece of your holiday home.

  • Don't be afraid to dive into a dumpster

    How to hunt for architectural salvage (with the designers of Spritzenhaus)

    As the interior designers of beloved New York drinking establishments Smith & Mills and Five Leaves, Johnny McCormick and Alex Kravchuk dive into many a dumpster to create spaces that are both bang-on contemporary, yet straight from the past. Their chosen aesthetic—weathered and industrial but still comforting—springs from a shared obsession with salvaged materials. Kravchuk first got his hands dirty tinkering on motorcycles in his grandfather’s garage, while McCormick started out reupholstering old furniture as a child.

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