When it comes to design, fashion, and home decor; the word “coral” evokes a bold color that balances beautifully between red, orange and pink. But today we’re tackling the topic of coral, the living and breathing aquatic invertebrate responsible for some of the most beautiful abstract patterns found in natural. We prefer just to use these beauties as inspiration, as we think the real thing belongs in the sea. Check out some of our favorite iterations of this amazing creature that look like they were plucked right from the reef!
If you’re looking for an easy way to add glamour to your decor, look no further than this DIY. It’s easy to make if you’re no stranger to a paint brush, and will instantly make your room look and feel more stylish. We used acrylic paint and our new Brilliance rhinestones to turn a basic glass bottle into a colorful flower vase.
Brilliance SS20 Fuchsia Crystals
Small Glass Bottle
1. Begin by framing the rectangle glass bottle with paint.
2. Add flowers with your paint, and let it dry.
3. Glue Brilliance crystals to the centers of the flowers you painted, and let dry.
Summer is the season for casual and fun get-togethers, and there’s one way to make your next party even more bright and even a little more organized: personalized cocktail charms. Cocktail charms are a great way to keep track of your drink, so you can go out and socialize! We created these tiny charms using beautiful glass beads and memory wire, and with the amount of colors available the options for customization are endless. These cocktail charms also make a great hostess gift.
Beadalon Memory Wire
8mm Czech Glass Colored Pearl Beads
Beadalon Econo Round Nose Pliers
1- Take your memory wire and cut about 3 inches for each charm.
2- Take the flat plier and hold the wire with it. Take the round nose tip plier and curl the end yo create a closed loop.
3- Loop three beads onto the wire.
4- Take the other side of the wire and create a hook. Connect the two end today like a hook and eye.
To all of us who still have holiday lights up, tis the season to refresh your outdoor space! March into summer with a vibrant approach to your outdoor decor. Cheer up your doorstep with these sunny and fun summer wreath DIYs!Make a sweet summer sunflower wreath using felt and coffee beans. Yep, coffee beans.
Make your doorway cuter with this nautical wreath.
Hit the beach to get the materials for this sea-inspired wreath DIY.
Fun footwear is central to this bright and cheery flip-flop wreath DIY!
A patriotic wreath is great for any time of year, but particularly perfect for Independence Day!
Summer in the city is a glorious thing. The weather is perfect for exploring, there are plenty of events and festivals happening on any given day, you can rock your favorite outfits without hiding behind layers of wool, and everyone just seems a little bit friendlier. But, despite the intoxicating pull of the city, you’ll find yourself wanting to hang back every once in a while and relax at home while still enjoying the season. Unfortunately, one of the drawbacks of living in most cities is the lack of personal outdoor space. Luckily, there are a tons of ways to make that tiny patio or balcony an at-home oasis this summer!
Get ready to get crafty! We’ve put together a list of our favorite DIYs from the month. This tulle skirt from ABM is not only perfect for a spring date, it’s also easy to make!
Studio DIY created these adorable trinket dishes that are perfect for anyone who constantly misplaces their keys.
These egg cup planters from Sugar and Cloth are perfect for succulents and summer seedlings!
Make this colorful art from Design Sponge using tissue paper to create those cool abstract shapes!
There’s nothing negative to say about these negative print foil prints from Damask Love!
If you’re yearning for summer, these backyard spaces will have you even more eager to have the season begin. Lazy days spent in any of these backyards are sure to recharge you for the week ahead. From string lights to upgraded sheds,when it comes to making a beautiful backyard space, it’s all about the details .
Memorial Day is this weekend, and that marks the unofficial start of summer! Get your home ready for the sunny days of summer with a warm summer wreath! We used a basic wreath and wrapped it with ribbon and jute to give it a fun nautical feel.
Wooden flat circular wreath
1.5” Heavy Apron Tape
Small Tubular Jute
1” Stitched Grosgrain
7/8” Grosgrain Ribbon
1. Take your apron tape and glue the tip down on the back of the wreath.
2. Start wrapping around the entire wreath until you meet the area you started with.3. With the excess tape create a continuing loop for hanging the wreath once it is complete. Glue the end to the back and cut excess.
4. Take your jute and glue the tip into the back of the wreath under the tape.
5. Wrap around wreath until you reach the end. Cut and glue tip into the tape behind the wreath.
6. Create two bows with the red and navy ribbon. Glue red one down and then the smaller navy one on top.
If you’re a frequent Pinterest peruser, farmhouse-style rustic kitchens are all the rage, and have been for a while now! There’s something welcoming about a rustic kitchen. Friendlier than a modern style, this type of kitchen begs for cookie-making and family gatherings. From the aged exposed beams to the distressed cabinets, a farmhouse kitchen has personality.
In honor of Earth Day, we wanted to help make the planet a little more green. What better way to add a little green to your space than by adding a planter full of beautiful greenery? These DIY planters are the ticket to inspiring that green thumb in all of us.