In honor of Earth Day, we're celebrating those brave, crafty connoisseurs who make new uses of old items. So whether you’re refashioning your mother’s old dresser or came across a garage sale gem you're dying to redesign, here are some clever upcycles to give you inspiration.Read Full Story
Tired of your kitchen's old cabinets? Try your hand at refurbishing them yourself! It's as easy as removing cabinet doors, removing stain and repainting. So save the money you'd spend on a costly handyman and buy some new dishes or fancy soaps to fill your snazzy new cabinets!Read Full Story
If you've been lumped with a tatty old armchair you can't get rid of, or you've grown attached to some furniture that's starting to wear thin, or maybe the kids and dog have just worn out your old sofa, reupholstering a piece can really bring it back to life. Give DIY a go and save thousands!Read Full Story
Hacks are typically thought of in technology circles, but they are prevalent in the decor industry too. Since furniture hacking can take some practice to get it right, it's a smart idea to make your first attempts on cheap furniture like IKEA's. While not every piece of IKEA furniture can be hacked, many of them can be because of the simple, clean lines and basic color schemes. Here are four of our favorite furniture hacks from the popular website IKEA Hackers.Read Full Story
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