Spruce up your entryway with this personalized budget-friendly doormat that looks like a pricey catalog find but is actually an easy DIY project that also makes a thoughtful handmade gift. Make your own with our step-by-step instructions.
Dress up a plain birch altar with eucalyptus and strands of paper garland to make a simple, yet lovely backdrop for the ceremony. White garland works great for the minimalist bride, but if you want a little more color, try using shades of one of your wedding colors to create an ombre effect.
Give your year-round candelabra a quick makeover for the holidays. Add glittery Christmas candlesticks and wrap flashy gold garland around the frame for added drama. Janell Beals suggests adding pinecones and other natural elements to complete the look.
Create a snowball garland for a kid's room with string, white pompoms and a variety of white buttons. First, thread the string onto a needle, then weave the needle through the pompoms and button holes.
Actress, singer-songwriter and food blogger Haylie Duff is comfortable with her neutral-chic Los Angeles home. But designer Kelli Ellis decides to splash Haylie's home with a palette of white, pink and blue to create a feminine and eclectic holiday display perfect for her upcoming party. As seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes.
Pine garland is perfect for draping along banisters to add a winter touch to your outdoor decor. Another easy option is to string white bunny tail yarn garland around doors and windows to create a mini snowball effect.
Deck the halls and create a decorative detail that can be enjoyed year after year by transforming ordinary mini pinecones. Simply dip the edges of the pine cones into white tempera paint and allow to dry. Then string onto red twine and hang above the buffet, around the Christmas tree or on the mantel.
Nothing says “holiday” like generously draped evergreen garlands. Add a little pizzazz to greenery with clusters of bright balls (here, the designers mixed matte and shiny red baubles, for a multi-dimensional look) and swags of ribbon.
HGTV fan Leanne Michael Interiors created a lush and colorful arrangement for the holidays. Hues of raspberry, gold and pale green combined with various fruits and candies deliver a burst of color to a formal off-white fireplace and mantel.