The Rocky Bucket | Centsational Style
A few weeks ago I was asked by Home Depot to shop their store and come up with a few new ideas for planters (you’ve seen the other two here and here). I had this idea in my head that I wanted to wrap a metal bucket in river rocks to turn it into a coastal inspired planter with crazy cool t ...
17 Blue Kitchen Ideas for a Refreshingly Colorful Cooking Space
Versatile and perennially popular, blue is a top choice for kitchen color schemes. On cabinets, walls, kitchen decor, and more, this hue adds laidback style to any cooking space. These gorgeous blue kitchen ideas will inspire you to adopt this classic color in your own home.
23 Ways to Decorate with Flea Market Finds for a Distinctively Vintage Look
Flea markets, thrift stores, and antique shops offer a wealth of interesting treasures. The trick is figuring out how to incorporate them into your space. These ideas for decorating with flea market finds will help you embrace secondhand scores in vintage style.
Craft Room Reveal
My craft room is done! It's been de-cluttered, organized and made pretty! Check it out! (This is a VERY long post, just look at the pictures if you don't want to read it all!!!) My inspiration gallery wall. Everything on this wall has some sort of meaning in our lives so I think it's the perfect start to a gallery wall! There is a picture of us and our grandparents, a frame from our rehearsal dinner, Little Man's first painting and our first house as well as other great memories! My VERY…
Topsy Turvy Galvanized Buckets
Hi everyone! I'm back with the tutorial on how to create a topsy turvy galvanized bucket planter like I promised you! This planter was originally created to serve as a centerpiece for a recent party that I helped plan, but I knew that as soon as the party was over that I would be putting plants in it. I had more fun choosing the plants because I happened to run across some pots at Lowe's with this mix of orange trailing petunias, orange calibrachoa, and peach verbena. Just the day before, I…
Do These Doors Make Kitchen Life Easier?
When it comes to sustainable ideas and eco-friendly practices in the kitchen, there aren’t many ideas that catch you off guard anymore. This morning, however, I stumbled across something that I hadn’t ever seen implemented before. Can you guess what’s behind door number one and two?These doors are trash and recyclable chutes. Or dueling recyclables if you sort anything out.