Focal or accent walls can be a really effective decorating technique. Limiting a bold color, interesting pattern, or decorative woodwork to just one wall has some definite advantages. It’s a great way to test a statement design without the commitment required if you put it on all four wall s of a room. An accent wall may be a cost-effective way to bring a high-end product you love, like wallpaper, into your room. And a focal wall can add drama and visual interest to an otherwise bland room.
Guys, I know. Flooring can be pricey. And the options for flooring? Endless. You haven’t really learned to appreciate the word “overwhelmed” until you’ve visited a flooring store. The good news is that a change of flooring can make a world of difference in a space. And I’m not here to give you any bad news–the additional good news is that even though updating your floors with new materials can be expensive, there are ways to makeover the floors you already own. Today, I’m sharing five examples of how homeowners used paint to give their floors a new look.
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.
I’m not sure if there’s any room more fun to decorate than a nursery! I’m pretty sure more love and happy anticipation goes into the planning of a nursery than any other room of a house. That’s probably the reason why it’s so fun to get a peek of the places where little ones sleep. I spotted this particular nursery at Pretty Plain Janes, and I’ve found five really great tutorials to help you get this look for less!
As I was perusing Pinterest (come follow me!) last week I saw this adorable Christmas pillow from Garnet Hill that…