Give your home unbeatable character in just one weekend. These home projects offer quick, impactful solutions to fill your indoor and outdoor spaces with style and function. Whether you seek easy landscaping plans, curb appeal projects, or budget decorating ideas, these hand-picked updates are designed to bring out your inner weekend warrior.See More
A rented space is a decorator's ultimate challenge: How can a home be personalized to suit a family if it's only temporary? In this charming makeover, fresh color and DIY accents are flawlessly coordinated to show how customized a rental home can really be.
After seeing book-page wreaths online, the homeowner was inspired to create her own. Originally made for a book-signing party, this unique piece now fits nicely by the fireplace, another piece in the puzzle that makes this house a home.
After a fresh coat of paint, this hutch—a favorite piece of furniture—fits with the room’s new color scheme. White ceramic pieces make it a cohesive part of the dining room’s design. By focusing on the parts of the house the family can take with them when they move, like this hutch, the homeowners ensure a smooth transition to their next place.
Three logs from an old tree in the backyard were made into a unique piece that serves as a landing space near the front door. It’s the perfect place to keep keys or hang a purse.
This light fixture, found at a local Habitat for Humanity ReStore, got a quick makeover with a new coat of white paint and now hangs in the bedroom. An assortment of bulb shapes adds interest to the fixture.
This designer-look upholstered chair was found on sale and serves as a classic piece that will travel with the family from home to home. Neutral fabric makes the armchair a versatile piece that can integrate seamlessly with any color scheme.
A segment of a tree trunk got a coat of glossy white paint to make a perfect side table for a tight spot. The homeowners carved their initials into the trunk for a personal touch.