Whether it is a beautiful black and white photo or an inspiring word art message, having a large framed print makes a big impression in a rooms decor! But if you were to buy either at a store, it’s would be pricey! But not if you follow this tutorial for a DIY engineer print frame!
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Living in a digital world full of Instagram worthy pics everywhere you turn, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when decorating your home. Especially if you don’t have a big budget to get the job done. That is exactly what I was tackling in this office makeover on a budget!
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Do you want to know the most simple way how to build a farmhouse table and keep the cost under $150? I’m not talking about those “box” looking tables that are completely square.
This super easy tutorial is going to show you how to get a high-end furniture store look but at a fraction of the cost!
Did you see my post a few days ago about me taking apart 20 pallets? That was a lot of work!
Luckily it paid off big time! Not only was I able to make six large raised planter beds but I have had a nice supply a beautiful wood to feed a few projects over the last year.
This easy project I am going to be sharing today has been something I have had in my mind for a while now and decided to put into action a few weeks ago!
When decorating my home I am finding that I love the look of distressed wood. I also love using family photos to add a little love. Cheesy but true! Put the two ideas together and here you have my new priceless pallet picture holder.
Completely blank sits a white wall in my kitchen, just begging for a bulletin board.
I first thought, “Cool, I’ll just go buy a piece of cork board and put fabric over it, call it good.” Well, turns out cork board is not that cheap.
Plan B, keep my eyes open for an old bulletin board to refinish. Turns out, it didn’t take me long to find one at a local thrift store.
Best part, I bought it for only $2! After purchasing the board, fabric, and tacks, I spent total about $8. Not bad at all for a completely custom bulletin board!
Last summer I took on the ginormous task to taking apart TWENTY pallets to make these super awesome raised planters for our attempts at gardening.
Well, I had a little wood left over that has just been sitting in our garage since August. Fast-forward to January 2015 and I have the best idea on how to use some of that wood!
Have you ever seen those beautiful pieces of large wall art or large photos hanging in every single gorgeous Pinterest home? Do you want to know how to get that exact same look in your home but for a fraction of what the high priced designers pay?
I thought you would! That’s why we are such great friends!
Using engineer prints is the perfect way to decorate your home or to make a major statement at your next party!
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Cakes, cookies, pizza, hot dogs, chocolates, ice cream, candy, chips, and dips. Oh man! For me, the very first thing I think about when it comes to throwing a party is the food!
What about you? What’s the first thing you start thinking about when you hear the word party?
With all the amazing food around, you cannot forget the chilled drinks! Our family’s favorites are yummy juices, root beer, and water. Well, the water is more my favorite but the others are a majority vote!
A really popular trend right now in party décor is incorporating vintage furniture. I for one, am a huge fan! I love the charm that an old piece can bring to any party theme. Even if you have a modern theme, a pretty piece of furniture nicely tied into your theme can make a huge statement!
This idea is what brought on the inspiration for this DIY drink station.
Does anyone else get as excited as I do when I head out to the thrift store? I’m not sure exactly what it is but the excitement of not knowing what I’m going to find just makes me so happy! I guess it’s kinda like a treasure hunt!
When it comes to repurposing or refinishing thrift store finds, spray paint is your best friend! It makes anything look new again and you can make any thrift store treasure match your home décor perfectly.