The next space I am DIYing in the newest Angela Rose Home is my primary bedroom. It feels like the right time to transform this space into a sanctuary that is just for me (and of course my kids when they are with me). My primary bedroom is going to be full of SO MANY good projects like a faux fireplace, ceiling details, and of course a bench built right into the window space. A girl has got to have a nook where she can meditate and dream big dreams (maybe even cry a little). Am I right? Benches are such a great way to utilize nooks and crannies in your home that may not have a purpose. I am going to walk you through the process of how to DIY a built-in bench so you can have one too!
Looking for a fun DIY gift idea? I’ve got you covered! The holiday season is here, but there is still time to whip out an amazing DIY project that you can gift your loved ones. I love giving DIY gifts because it feels like you are giving a piece of yourself. One of my favorite DIY gifts is what inspired me to create printable DIY dollhouse plans so that you can give a piece of yourself to your loved ones too.
One of the most common questions I get asked is about my go-to wood stain shade. I love using Minwax wood stain, but in true Angela fashion, I like combining colors to create my own customized shade. Don’t worry, I’m willing to share all the secrets to my customized wood stain so that you can use it in your DIY projects too.
I am always looking for creative ways to decorate my house. If you have been hanging out with me for a while you know that I tend to tackle huge DIY projects that are functional and beautiful, but I also enjoy creating projects on a smaller scale as well. Shelves are a perfect smaller project that is pretty on their own, but also give you spots throughout your house to purposefully add in additional decor. Shelves are a great DIY project for anyone, even if you haven’t DIYed before! Check out my all-time top 3 favorite DIY shelves for inspiration to update your home.
I think artwork, especially large-scale artwork, is the perfect way to bring a space together. But for your artwork to shine, you need to find the perfect frames. Which can actually be a lot harder than it sounds. This is why I am sharing my top 4 DIY frames that anyone can make.
When I was building my hallway cabinet storage I couldn’t find a frame that I liked. If you were following along, were you surprised? It’s got to be just right, you know? This is why I decided to figure out how to DIY a frame for large wall art so that I could make my DIY dreams come true.
Lots of us in 2020 had to adapt and make DIY classrooms in our homes. It is hard remembering back to that time. In fact, I am sure most of us have probably blocked it out. But, if anything, we got some really cool ideas from the need to get creative. For me, one of the first creative necessities was building an amazing wood desk for my son. Are you ready to see how I transformed $35 worth of wood into an affordable and stylish DIY wood desk?
What type of art do you like on your walls? Or is that why you are here….are you not quite sure? I love large-scale art on my walls. I’ve got everything from portraits to printables decorating my home, with lots of other things in between. So, I decided it was time to combine two of my loves, large-scale art and wood, to create some doable DIY wood wall art.