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 room for that spunky little princess at your house.
Fresh and pretty, this green room is characterized by the large iron daybed showcased in the room. Floral wallpaper and a mix of toiles, stripes, and prints add elegance to the space. An old metal washstand, painted a soft green, serves as a nightstand. Antique cruets hold flowers.
Bold window panels boast a flower pattern that includes lots of bright pink. The custom coverlet's red embroidery has a refined look that can stay with the room's pre-kindergarten resident until she reaches college age. A queen-size bed with a custom-designed headboard fills the large area between a closet and dresser on one wall and built-in bookcases and window seats across the room.
Stylized flowers repeat around the room using a stencil, stamps, or cut-out wallpaper panels. These sit atop a decoratively painted pink wall. Pink drawer pulls are also in the shape of flowers.
Why stick with one set of bedding? Versatile white furniture can play second fiddle to any number of solids and patterns on the bed. Although once perfect for a baby nursery, the sweet pink walls get an instant facelift with hot pink and bold orange.
Softly colorwashed stripes end about 60 inches above the floor, making way for a row of flowers in pink and purple. These designs were based on the florals seen in the bed quilt.
Stir up equal amounts of baby blue, white, and soft green for a room that hints at a sophisticated Swedish style. While the furnishings are simply constructed, exquisite decorative painting and layers of crisp cotton fabrics look perfectly enchanting.
Inspired by a Scottish castle, this custom designed and built bed and playhouse combination includes bunk beds, secret hiding places, and a book nook in the ladder-accessed turret. Fashioned from stone-look laminate, the castle has no back walls, so mattresses can be moved in and out easily.
A wide tailored valance over the windows shows off a large-scale plaid fabric selected to coordinate with the duvet fabric. The pretty fabric-laced bow detail ties in with the duvet, pillow border, and draperies. Neat blue bows decorate the tablecloth and pillow sham.