Our Best Rooms

Browse hundreds of decorating photos and discover fresh ideas for your home. From kitchens to bedrooms, living rooms to bathrooms, you'll find inspiration for every room in your home. Find ideas by style, from traditional to modern, cottage to eclectic.

See More

Beautiful Backsplashes

In a hardworking kitchen, a backsplash is an ideal opportunity to add a little personality. See how pretty materials and unique installations can bring a fresh face to your kitchen.

View Video

Best Things to Buy at Ikea

Shop our favorite smart and stylish furniture and decor picks from IKEA!

See More

Must-Know Color Tips

Our designers and editors dish out their tips for decorating with colors including green, red, and more. Get our top paint picks for every color, and then keep clicking for color-by-color decorating tips.

View Slideshow

Top Flea Markets

Put on your walking shoes and stop in at America's premier marketplaces -- you'll find country primitives, midcentury modern furniture, vintage fashions, upcycled treasures, and more. Here are a few insider tips for wending your way through each market.

See More

Deck Decorating & Styling Tricks

Make your deck as comfortable and stylish as an indoor living room. These tricks show you how.

View Video

Furniture Arranging Made Easy

From Better Homes and Gardens, ideas and improvement projects for your home and garden plus recipes and entertaining ideas.

See More
Popular in Decorating

Bendable Bead Worms

Take-along pals fit easily into your pocket or purse and are ready to play at a moment's notice.

What You Need:

  • 16mm wood bead
  • Tri-beads (available at crafts stores)
  • 5-inch length of chenille stem
  • Acrylic paints and paintbrush or marking pens
  • Needle-nose pliers


1. String the tri-beads onto the chenille stem. Add the wooden bead for the head.

2. Paint or draw on eyes and a mouth with paints or marking pens.

3. Using the pliers, bend and twist the ends of the chenille stem toward the body. Bend the body into a wormlike stance with your fingers. If you make a loop at the bottom, the worm will be able to stand alone.


Loading... Please wait...