Before we know it, Easter will be upon us… which means that it’s high time to get some Easter eggs in a basket! (Or in this case, a white tray). Today we’re sharing a quick and easy way to decorate eggs using spray paint and few adhesive stickers. Click through to check out the full tutorial.
Spray paint in a couple of colors
Adhesive alphabet stickers with symbols
Room temperature white eggs
Begin by laying an egg out on a paper towel and spray painting the top surface. Continue Reading
Oh mud cloth. You are so dreamy. So unique. So hot-right-now. And so not in my budget. Even though this unique textile is hard to come by, it's easy enough to recreate the look. If you can't buy it, you DIY it, right? This mud cloth fake-out method is great for larger surfaces, or when you want to add some statement to a room.
I love the look. It's also known as Bògòlanfini, which roughly translated from the Bambara language of Mali means “by means of mud.” I love how different each print turns out, but how there's always a sense of order to the patterns. Continue Reading
Our little boy was born two weeks before we moved into the Curbly House, and for the last two years – with the exception of a few pictures on the wall, his bedroom has remained untouched. For the most part, this has been intentional, because we wanted to hold off creating a space for him until we knew more about him. And, frankly, we be tired, and adding another room to our makeover list was just not in our cards… until now. Continue Reading
With Valentine’s Day only a few short days and it’s time to get your inner geek on! Download this FREE template in all its 8-bit glory and use some iron on vinyl or paint your way into your partners heart.
Bold patterns aren’t just for walls, as this beautiful kitchen floor makeover proves!
Inspired by the look of encaustic tiles (but not wanting to shell out a small fortune), Jessica Davis of The Eagle’s Nest took matters into her own hands by re-creating the look with stencils. She began with a plywood floor painted grey (yes, that’s plywood in the ‘before’, not concrete!), added a glaze, and then hunkered down for a day of stenciling. The whole thing was finished off with a few coats of polyurethane. Continue Reading
Before you throw away that tired set of dining room chairs, try this check out this chair makeover. I’ve seen plenty of reupholstery jobs, but the stencil on this one makes it one of the coolest chair redos I’ve seen in a while.