I'm all about that ombre look, so why not bring it into your fall decor and maybe even change up the color scheme this season? Rather than sticking to a traditional red, yellow, orange and brown pallette this season, you can bring in brighter versions as well as colors like pink, peach and coral. These cute, effortless mini ombre pumpkins are fun to make and decorate your home for fall.
Creating an ombre effect is easier than you'd think, and the key to achieving it on something small like a pumpkin is a sponge brush. Continue Reading
'Tis the season for going back to school, and that means all of you dorm dwellers will be back to putting off laundry (I know I do!) and carting it all to the laundry room at the last minute. In order to make carrying your laundry as easy as possible, make a simple dip-dyed ombre laundry bag that's as stylish as it is functional!
These extra large canvas laundry bags are the perfect material for easy dying in your favorite color – in this case, petal pink. Continue Reading
Hanging shelves are a gorgeous way to save space, however, making sure they are level can make them a pain to install. What if I told you there was a trick to getting the “freshly hanged” look that we all love so much? These shelves are actually attached to the wall, but the ropes create the illusion that it’s hanging! And there you have it, a faux hanging shelf. Get the tutorial from Ducklings In A Row!Continue Reading
Just when I was getting a little antsy with the ombre trend*, THIS project comes along. Dang you, awesome lighting projects! You get me every time.
This gorgeousness comes to us from Design Love Fest and it’s such a simple-yet-brilliant idea it hurts. I am totally having a “Why didn’t I think of that?” moment. Hardcore. Check out the easy-to-follow and beautifully photographed tutorial right here.
*What trends are you in love with and which do you wish would kindly see themselves out the door? Continue Reading
You guys, it’s totally picnic weather these days. And picnic weather means picnic blankets! Here’s a simple one you can make in an afternoon and be picnicking on by sunset!
With a simple supply list and a short video tutorial, Natalie Shriver shares how to make your own DIY picnic blanket in a fun, bold design. Check out her post on Design Love Fest and, seriously, watch the video — it’s adorable.
Ombré was a big, huge deal last year, but this makeover takes a unique spin on the DIY decor trend!
Most ombré or gradient projects we’ve come across have been painted, so seeing the technique put into practice in such a unique way is refreshing. Using various shades of wood stain, Julia from 551 East Design gave this old dresser a fresh makeover while still preserving the character of the piece. No paint on this antique! Continue Reading