While ultimately I would love to have my laundry spot upstairs by our bedrooms, I know that the time for that renovation project is a ways off. In the meantime, I’m not opposed to sprucing up the part of my basement where my washer and dryer live these days. Check out some of the inspiration I’ve found: here are 5 Ways to Redo a Basement Laundry Room.
For a few decades, pantries became a thing of the past as homeowners embraced a modern age that included processed foods. Fortunately, in recent years, we’ve started demanding extra storage space in the kitchen, and the pantry is back. Most builders include a pantry of some kind in their plans, now. Just because it’s there, though, doesn’t mean it’s pretty! Wire shelving, ineffective lighting, and cramped spaces are all fairly typical of builder-grade pantries. Get ideas for upgrading yours with these 5 Ways to Make a Pretty Pantry.
This focal wall in a bedroom featured by HGTV.com stopped me in my tracks! How can you not take a second look at that fun rainbow striped wall? The striped wall, the bright colors, the refinished furniture–it’s all stuff I love. So of course I had to look for some DIY tutorials to help you achieve a similar look for less.
A little over two years ago, I posted 5 Ways to Fake Built In Shelving. Evidently, there are a lot of people out there who are looking for ways to get the look of custom built-ins without the expense of hiring a carpenter. And in the two years since I hit the publish button on that post, I’ve seen even more great examples of how people are using inexpensive shelving units to make gorgeous faux built ins. So here’s the sequel, folks: 5 MORE Ways to Fake Built In Shelving.