Happy Friday!

The weather is starting to get cool here in Chicago after such a beautiful summer. It makes me sad, but fall is my favorite season and I’m looking forward to sweaters, changing leaves, and everything pumpkin! But the most exciting part about fall? T.V., of course! All my shows are coming back. I’ll be catching up on season premieres and working on some fun projects so stay tuned!

If you want some DIY inspiration for your weekend, I’ve rounded up these amazing projects for you to try! Read More →

Make Your Home Bloom with Floral Wallpaper



Wallpaper has made a big comeback in the home décor world. No longer is it thought of as outdated and tacky. Choosing the right floral pattern is a great way to make a bold statement. You can go big, in multiple ways, with large-scale flowers or by covering an entire room. If the thought of wallpapering an entire room in floral scares you, opt for a smaller room like the powder room, or even just an accent wall.

I found so many options and styles that I can’t decide on my favorite. Here are 16 incredibly romantic floral wallpapers that will make a bold statement in any home. Read More →

7 DIYS to Try this Weekend



It’s gonna be a rainy weekend in Chicago which gives me the perfect excuse to stay indoors and escape this summer heat. If it’s not rainy where you are but you don’t plan on going anywhere here are some fun projects you won’t want to miss…

1. loop handle box from Homey Oh My
2. mini beaded rings from Fall for DIY
3. tomato cage plant stand from The Merrythought
4. modern terrariums from Delineate Your Dwelling
5. circle shelves
6. how to paint a beach scene from Craftberry Bush
7. leather scalloped pillows from Club Crafted

Hope you have a happy weekend!

DIY Wooden Circle Shelves



Oh, Hey…I’m back!

In typical fashion I bought the wood for this project weeks ago and just got around to making it. Blogging is hard work, guys.

I originally saw these shelves at Urban Outfitters and fell in love with them, but there was no way I was paying 40 bucks for one shelf. I will admit, it was difficult sourcing the wooden circles for this project. The ones I found were either too thin, or too expensive. I had used one of these clock faces to make my Donut Clock and remembered that it was the perfect size and thickness. I figured since the middle of the circle would have the shelf piece, the hole in the middle didn’t really matter.

I love how these shelves turned out! They are a great way to display all those little trinkets.

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