My old vase sitting on the island as a catch-all was getting boring and overly stuffed to the brim, so I decided to bring out the leftover paint from my nightstand. This was a quick and easy DIY project and I love the end result! Brings new life to a plain little vase and was completely free- already had the paint, brush and vase on hand. Photos and step by step tutorial below:
I’ve seen a couple of these floating around the internet lately and had to share. I am officially in love with these black matte appliances. No surprise, from SMEG (a company with an already sleek and stylish line of appliances). The black and gold combo is perfect and so far from the overdone stainless steel craze. The vintage design with modern touches fits with my “dream home” interior design aesthetic.
Photo credits: SMEG
With the a few leftover elements from my DIY terrarium, I wanted to make a simple project to bring a bit more ‘green’ into my apartment. I had this long, thin glass vase sitting unused in a cabinet and decided it would work well. I didn’t have much to go off of, but just decided to start layering the rocks, soil and fake moss and I love how it turned out!
I found the perfect little spot for it on the cart in my entryway.
If you’re looking for an easy, cheap DIY project to bring a natural element into your home, I would definitely suggest something like this! Only takes a few minutes, is maintenance-free and looks great in any space.