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.
If you’re having guests over, make a great first impression withe these a-door-able mats! From sassy to sweet, doormats are the perfect way to add a little bit of personality to your home.
Grab a can of spray paint, and go to town on a plain doormat!
This decorative doormat hides a cute “hello” message in mosaic!
Add a natural touch to your doorway with this stone welcome mat!
If you want to celebrate your green thumb, check out this garden hose doormat!
Give your guests a sweet welcome with this doughnut rug!
There’s nothing more cheerful than seeing a beautiful wreath upon entering a home. Welcome spring to your abode with these friendly seasonal wreaths! Why do we have to wait for May flowers? Bypass the April showers and make this tulip wreath to brighten your doorway!
What could be better than a fluttering kaleidoscope of butterflies greeting guests as the walk into your home?
All of the elements of spring, from flowers to birds’ nests, are captured in this wreath.
Use fabric scraps to make this colorful wreath that can easily be used inside too!
This wreath is made with an unlikely material: bubblegum! Who knew a chewy treat could look so modern and sophisticated?
Pantone’s picks for spring included an aquatic blue that we can’t wait to see this season! From fashion to home decor, this hue is sure to make wave with the design-savvy.
We can’t be sure where the name “scuba blue” came from, but we imagine it was inspired by the intense greenish-blue of the ocean that only lucky divers get to see in person.
This beautiful greenish-blue looks completely at home in any home. It’s bold enough to add fun to your space, without overwhelming it. And the fact that it’s cool-toned makes it easy to relax in.
Not only is it a magnificent color for home decor, scuba blue is also the perfect color to wear at any formal event to really wow a crowd. Pick up a scuba blue gown for prom, and use our rhinestone trim to add a shimmering embellishment.
Make a beautiful botanical centerpiece with friendly succulents!
Greet guests with a wreath made from a garden hose for an exciting entry into your home.
Rain clouds under your feet are better than over your head, right? Make these cute cloud rugs to celebrate the spring showers!
Use lace and jute to create this adorable vase that’s perfect for your next spring party!
Paint doesn’t just go on the walls! It can become an element in your decor on its own, especially on pillows and bedding! From the bold brushstrokes to the texture, paint is quickly becoming one of our favorite styles to use for textiles. It’s an easy to put into any room to add an touch of lightness.
We think this may have something to do with the promise of spring in the near future, but we can’t get enough of bright and cheery pastels in decor. Get your home ready for the season by adding soft pastel elements to your decor.
An easy way to add pastels to your decor is with a piece of art. It can also give you a go-to color palette.
A pastel bathroom is a bright and cheery alternative to cool and clean tones usually reserved for bathrooms.
Adding natural elements to your space keeps a pink room from looking too romantic.
Add a few metallic accents to the room to keep it from looking washed out.
Play with repeating patterns and shapes for a fun, graphic look!
We think staying inside to escape the cold has made some bloggers super creative because the DIYs we were introduced to this month are nothing short of incredible!
These adorable bee cloches are the perfect way to add a little bit of sunshine and warmth to the dreary winter day!
For the book lovers in your life, these quotation mark bookends are the perfect present!
Keep your beverages hot and sassy with these DIY travel mugs!
Make your letters and notes pastel and personalized with this dip-dyed watercolor stationery.
This watercolor tableware is almost too pretty to eat off of, even with the use of non-toxic porcelain paint!