Nautical style isn’t just for the open sea! Bring a little bit of sand and salty air back from the beach with these fun DIYs!
We love this canvas tote DIY from Lil Blue Boo. It’s perfect for taking to the beach or pool this summer!
You need a steady hand and artistic eye to pull off this dresser upgrade, but the results are worth the effort.
These rope heels are not only easy to DIY, but they look like a million bucks!
Let this little lantern light up your summer nights! It’s the perfect decoration for a beach-themed party!
A simple TV tray table gets a nautical upgrade, and makes the perfect end table to display vacation photos!
Independence Day is only a few days away! Get ready for fireworks, Americana outfits and the best parties of the summer! If you’re throwing your own shindig and need some decor ideas to liven up your abode, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the hottest DIYs for your 4th of July party.
Always planning for the best party, Studio DIY have the most star-spangled piñatas for your BBQ!
Learn how to make an easy fireworks centerpiece for your table from Better Homes and Gardens.
This patriotic wreath from the Sweetest Survival brings a little understated festivity to your doorstep, and we obviously adore that navy ribbon!
If you’re a typography buff, making a patriotic statement has never been easier with this printable from eighteen25!
Hosting a patriotic get-together? Take a tip from Domestically Speaking, and serve them on this rustic burlap table runner with beautiful ribbon inserts.
Going to the beach is always an adventure, but sometimes it can also become a treasure hunt when your items go missing in the sand! Stop losing your beach essentials with this cool DIY that makes a simple towel into the perfect accessory for carrying everything you need. What You’ll Need:
1.5” Roman Stripe Ribbon
7/8” Grosgrain Ribbon in Pistachio
1. Lay out your towel, and fold it up to create a big pocket.
2. Place ribbons where you want the pockets to be, and sew closed. Sew a ribbon to the top of the towel without going through both layers.
3. Sew the the ends of the towel in place as well.
4. Take your pistachio ribbon and create two bows. Sew at the top of each spot where the ribbon goes down vertically.
This month was full of fun summer/spring DIYs that are perfect for those upcoming summer parties and beach vacations! Take a look at some of our favorite DIYs this month to help get your creative juices flowing!
Amp up your home with a sequined ampersand made by Sugar and Cloth! We’re happy to find another use for our sequin trim!
Stay sweet with Studio DIY’s delicious ice cream balloon weights!
Miss Kris does it again with this pom pom trimmed poncho that’s perfect for the beach!
Studs and Pearls mixed it up with a cool mixed media necklace.
This table cloth created by A Beautiful Mess is perfect for summer cookouts, and uses a DIY essential, Rit Dye!
Need a DIY that adds a personal touch to your house? Put your name on it! Or at least your initial, with these awesome DIYs that feature your favorite letters in the alphabet. These make great presents, especially for baby showers, and can also add a sweet touch to a wedding.
Precious metals have been making a comeback in all arenas, be it jewelry, fashion or decor. And while silver and gold have always been the most popular choices, there’s one metal that’s making its way into the limelight. We’re talking about a warm hybrid between gold and copper: rose gold. This gorgeous shade has the tiniest hint of pink, making it metal with a lot of feminine appeal.
Rose gold is a great color for an evening gown. Yellow gold may look too bold with sea sequins, but on a rose gold dress, they look just right.
A popular choice for soon-to-be brides, rose gold is a fabulous base for engagement rings.
The easiest way to add rose gold to your home is through hardware, we can’t get over the beautiful selection of pendant lights available in this slightly peachy shade.
Over the past few years, the creative world has gone through a geometric craze! These angle-obsessed designs have made their way into fashion, art and home decor, and one specific shape has caught our eye: the hexagon. Hexagons look fantastic when clustered together, reminiscent of the cells in a beehive, or solo as a statement-making accessory. Not only are they modern, but this honeycomb pattern offers an inherent, natural touch you don’t usually associate with modern patterns.
The mix of colors and styles on this wall make this nook look an art installation.
This piece teeters on the side of modern, geometric.
This cool multi-colored wall adds a unique element to your room, and, can change the mood depending on which colors you use.
This cool installation is an interactive piece, which allows anyone in the home to change the layout of the wall, by moving individual tiles.
We’re only days away from Father’s Day, a day when we celebrate some of the most important men in our lives. But what if our favorite guys weren’t dads? How do the dads of tomorrow live today? Take a look at these bachelor pads to appreciate not only the coolest dudes in your life, but the minimalist style of masculine decor. Having a piece of statement artwork really helps to liven up a space that’s mainly composed of inky blues and grays.
Keeping a neutral palette with dashes of muted color is the key to masculine decor.
The industrial elements in this loft space could instantly make this space look cold, but the Union Jack blanket instantly adds personality.
Unique lighting can really elevate a room, but especially when the rest of the room is so minimal.
Nothing says masculine style like a cognac leather chesterfield sofa, and an animal bust.
They say the best things come in small packages. Well we couldn’t agree more. We think the coziest homes are also some of the smallest, and that a tiny space can pack as much personality as a house three times its size, maybe even more. Although they can be challenging to decorate, studio apartments have some of the most well thought out designs because space is limited and every item counts.
Industrial and rustic details like exposed brick and hardwood floors instantly add personality to your small studio.
Sheer, gauzy curtains are perfect for separating your space, while also keeping the room light and spacious-looking.
Keeping your decor light is the key to keeping your space from feeling stuffy.