Earlier this week we shared some exciting news. We transformed our studio space into a bona fide retail shop! It's been a massive transformation, full of DIYs and clever hacks.
One of my favorite pieces was creating an accent wall featuring our favorite mantra: Better Together. This phrase has been a part of Niche since its inception, and we wanted to work it into the space in a meaningful way. Continue Reading
Expensive art isn't for everybody. Sometimes you just need a creative way to fill a large wall without breaking the bank. Don't get me wrong, I love hanging artwork on my walls… but I have some areas in my home that are just too large to fill with big, pricey paintings right now. So today I'm sharing lots of interesting wall decor ideas using everyday items you probably already have at home. Continue Reading
Lately I've been getting sucked into watching painting videos on Instagram. The abstract paintings are the best. I love the ones where the artist is seemingly just messing around, throwing paint here and there, when suddenly BAM! – some well-placed paint or drip technique brings it all together. While I'm not as clever an abstract painter as these Instagram stars are, you don't have to be an expert to make some fun abstract wall art. I made this piece the other day using a hair dryer – keep reading and I'll show you how. Continue Reading
One of the things I love about air plants – also known as tillandsia – is that they can be displayed in virtually unlimited ways. With soil out of the picture, an air plant can live in any container, on any ledge, in any opening, on any surface; they are one of the most versatile plants in terms of home decor. Which, for someone like me who loves crafting things, is the gift that keeps on giving.Continue Reading
Decorating a bathroom can be tricky business. Not only is wall mostly space occupied by unmovable objects (like towel racks, shelving, or the tub) making the space tricky to decorate, but the washroom is also the most humid room in the house! When it comes to hanging wall art, you have to find pieces that are either moisture-resistant (like metal or acrylic), or pieces that don’t need to stand up to the test of time. This is where printable bathroom wall art comes in. Continue Reading
The trouble with renting apartments is that they often come with a “no painting” clause in the contract. This is truly the bane of my renting existence, but hope is not lost! When Interior Designer Stephanie Sabbe found herself with walls with a bad case of the “no-paint blahs”, and put herself right to work. The result is something that would also make my walls very happy.
Stephanie pulled out a miracle with her medium of choice: Contact paper. Continue Reading
Font decorating hasn’t captivated me, until now. These four rooms, dressed up in graphic font wallpapers by the Italian company Wall and Deco, have me rethinking this whole font decor thing. These walls add just the right character (Ha!, no pun intended) and would provide hours of obsessive word searching. Oh! Get a load of that duvet and pillow combo. Scrumptious.
Did you figure out the one you a steady handed DIY-er could easily knock-off?
Facing this kind of mess when you come and go would be enough to make you stay away, right? Hallways are like the overworked stepchild of the house; not being a destination room, they tend to suffer from neglect. Cat, author of TheGoldenTouch blog, took charge, decluttered, organized and gave this sliver of her client’s space a jolt of electric personality.
Form Follows Function.
Read the full post here and be sure to check out Cat’s bedroom photos for which she won a Domino Magazine decorating contest. Continue Reading
Are you living in a leased space and your landlord forbids painting, wallpapering, and hammering into his precious walls? And are the blank walls are driving you nuts? Here’s a simple, easily reversible way to wallpaper your wall with fabric and strip it right off when you move. It’s so simple, ReadyMade