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Stamping goes back thousands of years, from documents certified with iconic monarchs’ seals to witty marks ornamenting scrapbooks. The tips and projects shown here will inspire you to find countless ways to use this timeless technique in your home decor.
Tired of living with the same old furniture? Or are you dying to bring salvaged pieces back to life? Then try these super-fun DIY ideas!
Add a little sass to your home with an eye-catching office suite. Thrifty materials and supplies plus less-than-stellar flea market finds can go from serviceable to stunning with
Be on the lookout for bargain bedroom pieces with dated finishes or hardware but pretty silhouettes like
Formerly an in-kitchen laundry closet, this little nook brings big entertainment value to a small kitchen. I’m not one to keep my family washing tidy at all times…
You can get a lot of bang out your buck with a simple $30 3-tier rolling cart. This little storage trolley is a real workhorse no matter where you use it. Here you can see as it
Creating a backdrop to our marked up linens, nightstand, lamp and shade is
rep an office zone for all of the cool, creative stuff you’ll do there by decorating it with a chalkboard wall and a few drawn-on embellishments. They’ll serve as future inspiration for whatever else you dream up down the road.
This bathroom may look swathed in pricey wallpaper and custom touches, but the fanciful florals, enchanting mirror and freshened knobs are surprisingly achievable with—get this!—a pile of
In a cottage-style bedroom, drop-cloth canvas lends texture. Easy to sew and paint, drop cloths come in standard sizes starting at 6 x 9 feet, which you can pick up for less than $15. A 12 x 15–foot canvas will run about $30. Ready, set, paint!
turdy and inexpensive, canvas drop cloths are among the best raw materials in the budget decorator’s arsenal. With basic paint and sewing skills, you’re well on your way to