I had a bit of a problem with the mason jar solar lights tutorials I’ve seen online. Every tutorial I’ve read had you cut a square out of the lid and attach the solar light to the lid. This always bothered me, it seemed like then wouldn’t the jar fill with water and become all nastiness? So, I got to work on my own design. Why not flip the jars over and glue the top of the light to the bottom of the jar instead?
If you love watching major home improvement projects unfold, you’re really going to enjoy today’s post. We have big plans for cottage renovations to begin soon and can’t wait to tell you about our ideas. Last week we gave a tour of how we transformed this cottage from a 1970s retro cabin with red shag carpets and […]
If you enjoy extreme makeovers, you are going to absolutely LOVE today’s post. This cottage makeover is dramatic! Take the tour to see how we transformed a little 1970s cabin with red shag carpet into a relaxing river retreat for our family. This renovation was the first really big DIY project Kent and I tackled in our married […]
I wanted something both modern and rustic in my office to support my extensive library. The solution came to me in the form is just basic L brackets screwed into the studs and the books hide them to give the impression the shelves are floating!
This project shows a home-assembled wine rack and a beautiful wine painting! In the description, you’ll find tips on exactly how the wine rack was assembled, and what the recommended strategies are.
We finally got to one of the projects I had been looking forward to the most! We hung the hanging barn door off of my grandparents’ wood shed up for our master bathroom! It was simpler then we expected and we are so excited by how it came out!
The table was gifted and the cross back chairs found at a thrift store. They were unified into a set with white chalk paint and the chairs upholstered in a bold floral print. The table top was stained and dry brushed in layers and a stenciled doily was added to the middle for an extra touch.
An electrician installed unsightly electrical panels next to a front door. See how this homeowner covered it and still kept the room looking stylish. Get directions: Grandma's House DIY This post was submitted by Grandma's House DIY and is shared with their permission.
The brass on fireplace trim can really give a room a dated feel. The solution is easy and fast…paint it with grill paint. The link includes lots of detailed directions, pictures and tips. Get directions: The Magic Brush This post was submitted by The Magic Brush and is shared with their permission.