Build Your Perfect Patio: 5 DIY Outdoor Furniture Project Ideas
With summer comes seemingly endless days spent lounging in the sun, napping in the shade, and later hanging out by the campfire. Here are some great DIY ideas and projects to take the outdoors to a whole new level, and make you enjoy it so much more…. 1. Above, a refinished picnic table, with new geometric design, from Jamie over at Vintage Revivals. 2. This hanging chair beckons welcomingly from the porch, and was made by Caitlin over at Merry Thought. 3.
Wine Bar Pallet Wall
Ok, so since I had all my power tools out. . . Why not tackle another wood project???SO I DID JUST THAT!The baseboards weren't even completely up from our flooring projectand I decided to start my long awaited pallet wall!I had desperately been itching to decorate this space above my wine…
Protect Your Wall from Stray Darts with This DIY Dartboard Cabinet Made of Wine Corks
The worst part about playing darts is that when you miss—it can damage not only your ego, but also the wall behind the dartboard if it's not protected. Redditor mavantix found a solution to this problem in wine corks. Over a year, he collected over 1,000 corks from family and friends to make this DIY Cork Dartboard Cabinet—that's a lot of wine!
12 Different Ways to Repurpose Your Beer Bottles
With the Superbowl two weeks behind, and St. Patty’s Day right around the corner we thought you might need some DIY ideas for all of those beer bottles that are hogging space in your recycling bins. We’ve rounded up 12 different ways for you to put those bottles into good use.
A California Beach House
Home > Decorating & Ideas > Home Tours > A Chic California Beach. "The honed Calacatta marble counter in the kitchen extends outside to make passing food easier. Tolix Marais stools from Design Within Reach are pulled up to the counter...Why let size cramp your style? Twelve can sleep comfortably in this dreamy 1,650-square-foot weekend house in coastal Marin County, California."
22 Unique Wedding Bar Design Ideas
At a wedding, the guests want to have a good time. For that, you’ll need a bar full of great flavors but that also looks good. The key to making sure everything is easily accessible but also good-looking is to pay attention to details but to remember not to overcomplicate things. Here are a few...
For Happy Hour: A Make-It-Work Bar Cart
As we close off Cocktail Week, I thought this Tim Gunn-approved bar cart would be good inspiration as you go off into the weekend! I love how the owner has reworked this vintage cart to make it completely Happy Hour-ready: it not only holds liquor and lemons, but the drawers — pulled out on the sides — function as shelves for glasses. Talk about making it work!