I am so excited and honored that Style Me Pretty: Living featured the complete room tour of Stella’s tween girl bedroom!! You can see more details and pictures on their site.
Decorating with glass cloches are my current fave. Remember the floral terrarium? They are so easy to make in minutes, and gives an expensive decorating look for less. Glass cloches are perfect for mantles, tablescape or even bookends. This DIY Halloween decoration can be used year after year.
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Tween Girl Pink + Coral Bedroom. It’s only taken a year to get my older daughter’s bedroom fully decorated. Her tween girl bedroom turned out so cute! We had the basics done pretty quickly (bed, bedding, wallpaper, dresser) after moving into this house but then all the little details just took some time. I really wanted to make it her own and personalize it with her in mind. So many of the artwork is my daughters, and surprisedly we did a lot of DIYs in her room. Dana Tolbert Photography took all the pictures of her room (except where noted). They came out so good, and Dana really captured the details of the room. Sources are below for her tween girl bedroom.
DIY marble gold coffee table. I’m finally posting a DIY project I did earlier this summer. It’s one of my favorite home decor Ikea hack/ Jonathan Adler knockoff project. And everytime I walk by it, I smile! I love Jonathan Adler’s gold accent furniture, but each piece is well above my price range. So this is my alternative, and it’s working perfectly.
I’ve done a lot of home projects with gold accenting. Check out my post over at How Does She, where I talk about my favorite gold techniques for DIY projects. This project will cost you less than $80. Not bad for some glamour.
Head yourself over to Ikea and pick up the Vittsjo nesting tables for $59. Then pick up a can of Rustoleum Metallic Gold spray paint. This is the best brand for metallic gold. Put together the nesting table then spray paint the frame gold. Only the frame.
Then head over to Amazon and buy marble contact paper. Then take the wood coffee table table, cut to size and cover with the marble contact paper. Warning…sorry for the bad pictures!
My post for How Does She is up! I talk about gold techniques that I like to use in crafting and home decors. Also my favorite brands to get the true “gold” look. Check it out!
I’m over at How Does She today talking about bottling up your beach trip memories! Literally. We head to the beach a few times a year…one of our favorite family activities…and we always come back home with a bucket full of sand and shells. Instead of throwing it out, I just bottle it up. I love the results and have bottles around the house. Perfect summer beach-y decor! Check out the easy step-by-step tutorial.
Wooden block signs are a great way to express a quote in a simple artistic way. I’ve seen alot of the reproduced ones in stores, but the ones that are hand painted and hand made add more rustic characteristic and personality. I made a few wooden block signs for my kids room and shared the easy tutorial on How Does She today. The best thing is about the tutorial is that you can make the sign in any font with any design. Check it out.
I am still obsessed with monograms and personalizing a space. I love how this sequin monogram letter came out for my post over at Or So She Say that I did last week. It will add a little bling to your office shelves or tablescape. And its easy, easy! Head over to Or So She Say to see the step-by-step tutorial.
I am so in love with this marble vanity tray that I made for my How Does She post this month! It’s been so handy as a place I can put my everyday jewelry, wedding bands and favorite scents and oils. I have it right on my bathroom counter. And it adds just the perfect touch of sophistication to my bathroom.
After you get the supplies, this craft takes 5 minutes to put together and costed me about $30–depending on if you don’t have any of the materials on hand. Not bad for marble!
Head over to see my step-by-step process on making this marble vanity tray! It requires no tools!
Last week I was over at How Does She posting a tutorial on making small flower arrangements that last forever. How can that be?! Well, I use silk flowers, and I have a lot of recommendations of what to do and what NOT to do when you use silk flowers. These flower arrangements are good for rooms that don’t get a lot of use. Or the rooms that when you do have flowers displayed, you forget to throw out them. It happens to me alot. Check it out and comment!