DIY Striped Upholstered Bench
Yesterday I shared a few changes I made to our master bedroom. One of those changes was the piano bench that I made into an upholstered stool. And the best part is that I made it for just $5! I was originally inspired by the $400 Ballard Designs Simone Bench. It's totally awesome...and totally out of my price range. So, I decided to make my own instead. The entire project took less than an hour, and was super easy to do. Basically, I saved about $400 (the price of the real bench) by making…
DIY ottoman from a coffee table (tips to do it on a budget)
How to make a DIY ottoman from a coffee table - simple tips that will save you money on this easy do it yourself project.
13 Ways to Decorate Around a Piano
It's a unique problem, but no less worthy of attention than how to dress a gallery wall or what to do when your kitchen's too small. The presence of a piano in the room can be seriously demanding on decor. Here are more than a dozen rooms who've mastered it.
DIY Tufted Bench
Hey there, sweet friends! I am so delighted to be joining a fabulous group of bloggers today to participate in the Home Depot Gift Challenge! Each month, these ladies select an item at Home Depot and each use it in a creative way to make a gift for someone else-- how fun is that?! The item of the month for April was pegboard, and we could give our creation to anyone in the family. Want to see what I came up with? Before I start talking about my project, I do have to make a little…
DIY Decorating Ideas for Your Bedroom
Hey ya'll! So, today I'm finally sharing all of the little changes I've been making to the master bedroom over the past month or so. First things first, let's address the elephant in the room: This room is on its 11th look. And I realize it's ridiculous. However, decorating is so hard for me, and it might take me 14 times to get it right. Plus, I think I've spent about $3 in 3 years on this room, give or take. Can we just hug the elephant and call it a day? Anyways, so it all started with…
Inside the Oh-So Stylish Home of a Young Designer - Cottages & Gardens
An 800-square-foot apartment is anything but small change for big-thinking decorator Grace Rosenstein.
How Can Ike Suspension Lamp Give You Jazz And Soul Vibes?
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A Cozy Christmas in the Suburbs | Canadian Bloggers Christmas Home Tour
Creating a cozy Christmas in the suburbs with red plaids, deer and natural elements.
How to Make a No Sew Fabric Covered Cushion For a Piano Bench
Easy DIY no sew fabric covered cushion for a piano bench. All you need is fabric and a staple gun to transform a boring brown bench into something hip and trendy | In My Own Style
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How to Upholster a Piano Bench
The first thing I ever upholstered was the lid to a toy box. It was a quick and easy project not to mention a great upholstery project for beginners. Once you can upholster a lid, you can upholster a seat, a bench, an ottoman and even a headboard. Step 1: Using the screw driver, remove the bench top from the hinges. Put the screws in a plastic bag and tape them to the piece you are working on. Step 2: Place the bench lid on top of the foam and trace the lid with a marker. Cut the…