The holidays are a really great time to go all out for Christmas decorations, however it can add up! If you don’t have a big budget for decorations, thats okay. Today I’m going to share with you cheap and easy tips for getting your home holiday ready and all within a $100 budget.
Giving your furniture a facelift can help you start to love it again. See how I reupholstered these dining room chairs to rekindle my love for this set! Before and after pictures included.
I took my first watercolour class when I was 10, and have spent time here and there dabbling with different paints. But, there is something about watercolour that is beautiful and unpredictable. When the trend for palm prints happened I wanted to get in on it, but the DIY in me thought, I’m sure I can find a way to make my own palm designs. I’ll show you how I painted by own palms.
Living in an apartment has its ups and downs. For example, I love Saturday morning cleaning because it doesn’t take more than 30 min to have this space sparkling. One of my main grumbles is that with an open layout, it’s hard to create zones within the space. It’s almost as if one area blends into another. I feel this way especially about my kitchen, dining and living space. I have tried different wall paint, different decor themes, but still felt my dining space was lacking something. Continue reading “Creating Zones in an Apartment”
I’ve been out of the blogging world for the past month adventuring through Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Though I didn’t blog while I was away, I shared some of my favourite design and decor inspirations through Twitter and Instagram. Continue reading “Paint vs Wallpaper: An Ongoing Dilemma”