Kelly Roberts was tired of her boring white refrigerator. I think people of a certain age recall the time of yesteryear when fridges weren’t just the place you kept your food, but they were also stylish parts of the home.
A fridge of the 1960s added a fresh pop of color to the room. With its rounded edges, glossy finish, and horizontal handles, the design was far more thoughtful than the big old blocks we’re used to today.
Kelly wanted to get back to that old ’60s and ’70s, feel so she decided to revamp her fridge with removable wallpaper. If you have an old fridge you want to completely renovate, try this DIY on how to turn one into a beer cooler.
The great thing about removable wallpaper is that, well, it’s removable. You don’t have to permanently commit to any design and can even choose one for each season. Much like contact paper, the wallpaper is pretty much a giant sticker that can be cut and sized to fit any wall or furniture in the home.
All you have to do is measure to fit your fridge. Then carefully unscrew the handles. Stick the wallpaper on and the boring fridge instantly goes from bland to wow. For more detailed instructions, see Kelly’s video below.
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You are about to meet Amy from “Her Tool Belt” who is going to teach you how to make a beautiful Cascading Flower DIY Planter Box that is going to blow you away! If you’re into DIY garden projects, then you’re in for a real treat.
“I bought some of the large Bloom Master pots years ago thinking the cascading flowers would look awesome hanging off the back deck,” she wrote on her blog in April 2015. “However the sun is really harsh during the afternoon, it gets overly windy, and every year I fail. So this year, I’m trying it again but in the front yard where the flowers will be more protected.”
On the next page you will find all the details for this DIY project including photos and tips for making your own cascading flower box planter.
By watching the video below, you will get some DIY Garden Project Ideas for turning your garden into a work of art.
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Learn how to make beautiful sand succulent planters by watching the video below.
Source Credits: http://youtu.be/nRcGdkqVcsI
I am fortunate that I do not live where it gets cold but so many people do and they cannot enjoy a garden during the cold winter months. So I wanted to share 4 Amazingly Easy DIY Indoor Gardens from ‘Refinery29’ with you so that you can enjoy a garden all year long no matter where you live.
Indoor gardens are all the rage and especially for apartment dwellers and in cold climates where it’s normally hard to grow a garden. You will be amazed how easy it is to create these 4 DIY Indoor Gardens that you can enjoy all year long.
“You need not have a yard to cultivate something green and beautiful — you can have it all indoors”
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