Woven yarn baskets are stylish storage solutions and so simple to make! In this short project tutorial, designer Anne Weil walks you through weaving a yarn basket with chic leather handles using oversized yarn. It's perfect for holding everything from magazines to craft projects and comes together in a snap.
An interior design queen with her finger on the pulse of industry trends, new mediums, and art forms, the ever-inspired Candice dishes out incredible design makeovers, giving viewers an up-close look into her busy and often-hilarious world.
Give your space a serious design upgrade by adding color and whimsy to the fabrics in your home. From a custom-built headboard to macramé pillows, textile designer Kate Zaremba offers six easy and inexpensive DIY projects that will infuse your home with style.
Give your home a serious design infusion by adding a dash of whimsy to your walls, floors and ceilings. Join textile artist and wallpaper designer Kate Zaremba as she walks you through six easy DIY projects that will totally transform your space.
From fashion to soccer to comic books, tweens always seem to be into something new. That's where designer Jo Gick comes in. In this coming-of-age DIY series, Jo helps kids on the verge of tween-dom decorate bedrooms that reflect their ever-changing personalities and passions.
Want to decorate a blank room at home, but not sure where to start? Join interior designers Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters as they demystify design in five simple lessons. Learn the basic design principles and how to apply them in your home. From color to lighting to mixing and matching patterns, you'll be on your way to creating your ideal space.
More than colors clash when 12 of the hottest up-and-coming interior designers square off. Todd Oldham, acclaimed fashion-turned-furnishings designer, hosts the competition, while Jonathan Adler (known for his mod-inspired style), Margaret Russell (of Elle Decor magazine), and Kelly Wearstler (designer for Viceroy Resorts) serve as judges.
Working out of her tricked-out workshop, DIY expert Rachel Metz tackles creative home decor projects that are easy, affordable, and totally on-trend. Discover how simple, and fulfilling, it is to customize your space in this hip design series. Disclaimer: Always use caution when operating power tools.
Entertaining at home can — and should — be a breeze! Lifestyle expert Mary Giuliani and NBC Today’s weather anchor Dylan Dreyer offer their best tips for making year-round gatherings fun and simple. Whether you’re planning a get-together for drinks, dinner or brunch, make it memorable with Mary’s most-loved recipes, decor ideas and more.
So you wanna grow your own veggies, but you tend to be... super impatient. We get it. The good news is, you don't have to wait all summer to score homegrown greens for your dinner table. Here are our fave fast-growing vegetables you can harvest in less than two months.
Take a page out of this: Whether you have a small collection or one that rivals that of the local library, your bookcases can and should be a focal point of your home. (Just type #shelfie into Instagram and you'll see what we mean.) From bookshelves that are perfectly color-coordinated, to monochromatic ones overflowing with greenery, to overcrowded shelves that somehow still look flawless, the possibilities for this one utilitarian piece are seemingly endless. Here, some of our favorite ways to take your cases from simple storage to simply gorgeous.
You can’t grow greens without having the right gear. And sure, some are no-brainers (where would your garden be without a shovel? Or sturdy gloves?). But there are a handful of other tools you might not have thought of that will instantly raise your gardening game and make life so much easier.
Hey crafters, this basket is a lifesaver. Make it in a day, paint it to match your personality, then use it to store all that yarn you've got laying around. Of course, these baskets can be used in all kinds of ways (cute plant cozy, anyone?).
To make this gorgeous woven sunset, you don't need any fancy tools — just a wooden picture frame and a fork from your kitchen (really!). Plus you only need to know two stitches, and we'll teach you both of 'em.
Let's face it: not all of us have been blessed with green thumbs. But when you can create your own garden with some rocks and a few coats of paint, who needs the real deal? These arrangements are crazy cute, and (bonus!) won't prick you.
It’s hard to pass up a project that makes use of your gorgeous yarn stash. (Or gives you an excuse to buy more. No judgment!) And it doesn’t hurt that this one plays off the cheeriest trend ever: Rainbows! Jo Gick, of season 1 of NBC’s Making It, breaks down the easy DIY right here.
Take your plant decor up a notch — literally. This hanging planter project turns really simple supplies (you only need 3 things!) into the coolest way to display your succulents, snake plants, and more. Follow along as Jo Gick from season 1 of NBC’s Making It shows you how it’s done.
Manipulating the sand in a a peaceful mini-garden is a total stress-reliever. And it turns out creating your own zen garden from scratch is instantly chill-ifying, too (especially when it's this easy). Your happy place awaits.
What looks like a run-of-the-mill flower pot is actually an expansive estate... for fairies, that is. Fairy gardens are guaranteed to enchant the littles, but we know more than a few grownups who love them too. Bring on the magic!
Even if it's too early to plant outdoors, eager gardeners can still prep their plants for potting with seed starters. After all, watching seedlings first sprout up from the soil is so rewarding. This kit is made from objects you probably already have around the house — just add seeds!
If you’re living that #apartmentlife or are just a bit short on outdoor space, we’ve got the best news: you don’t need a big plot of land to grow your own vegetables. Instead, make your garden thrive vertically!
Textile hangings are one of the best ways to make a major statement on your walls. The materials are inexpensive, and cloth pieces are a lot easier to manage than large, heavy framed art. Plus creating it yourself means you'll have a piece that's exactly right for your space: the ideal size, the perfect colors and completely one-of-a-kind!
This dip-dye wall hanging is going to make your DIY decor dreams comes true — seriously! We're talking no hassles, and alllll the tassels. And if you can make a knot (or two), you've basically got all the skills you need.