If you’re planning a get together for the 4th of July and are in need of easy peasy décor ideas, you’ll love this look.
This simple DIY centrepiece is the perfect last minute project to add a festive touch to any Canada Day celebrations. Display it either indoor or outdoor to give your table an instant pop of patriotic red and white flair.
I asked myself the question “Does paint go bad” recently when going through a bunch of old cans looking for leftovers to paint a picture frame.
I love easy and inexpensive DIY projects that deliver big results. I bought this old picture frame at a garage sale, painted it all white and hung it above a queen size bed to create a headboard.
One of our co-workers just had a baby. Him and his wife are beyond thrilled. It’s their first baby and he’s super excited to be celebrating his first Father’s Day.
I’m always looking for creative ideas to decorate my walls. Last year I created a clock wall at the cottage above my mini work space.
Ten minutes is all it took to create a tulip garden to define a small space into a drop zone perfect for a purse, shoes and sunnies.
Decorating your walls doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, with a bit of creativity you can get a designer look without a designer price tag.
The question I get asked the most often about picture hanging is “how high to hang pictures”. So I thought I would show the thought process I went through when hanging a canvas both horizontally and vertically.
With Spring here and Summer just around the corner, wedding season has officially begun. I received my first wedding invitation of the year yesterday, and I’m thrilled to be able to attend.
This is my small urban front porch. It used to be a space that my husband and I would avoid, but now it’s a favorite spot to enjoy a cup of coffee on sunny mornings. Once I took the time to decorate my front porch for summer, we were keen to start making the most of it during the warmest months of the year.
Whether you’re buying expensive or lower priced pictured frames, it’s very frustrating to discover nicks or scratches. That’s when Sharpies come to the rescue.
Finding the perfect height to hang any artwork can be a challenge. But when it comes to a child’s room, the rules change again. Remember, your kids’ room is for them, so make sure to hang pictures, bookshelves, black boards etc…at their level, not at yours.
All these hats used to sit on a shelf in the front closet of our family cottage. In addition to taking up valuable space I was afraid they might get damaged so I decided to create a hat wall.
A dining room is the perfect place to hang art. There’s usually at least one long wall to hang a piece or a group of pieces to create the right dining ambience. Since it’s a place for your family and guests to gather to enjoy a meal together hang something interesting that will spark a conversation and that is pretty to look at too.
Finding something fun and interesting to hang above a headboard can be a challenge sometimes. In this case, I chose a grouping of round mirrors to create a playful display and relaxed atmosphere.
Sometimes all a room needs is a fresh coat of paint to bring it to life.
Our contractor thought I had completely lost my mind when I said I wanted to paint EVERYTHING white in our cottage’s main living space. Everything, including the ceiling, walls and all the trim.
We gave a basic builder grade powder room some much needed love.
It’s that time of the year again, post holidays, when you might be considering getting a gym membership to get a fresh start on the New Year.