In the midst wedding planning stress, you probably don’t need a reason to drink wine, but here’s a reason to save the corks. Trace out the word you want to spell on craft paper, and hot glue your corks together.
Nicole Curtis, host of DIY Network's Rehab Addict, talking to Mariah about her kitchen remodel. Nicole who was very hands on, spent time teaching Mariah about the renovation so that she could have a new set of skills.
Bolster the seating with pillows bearing favorite locations and phrases. You can take a linen pillow and use stencil and spray paint to add the name of your town or home country, or anything you want, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta.
Large wood coffee table lettering spells out "LIVE" as the focal point of this room design. Faux shutters frame the windows, adding a creative look to the large wall. A cozy sofa is finished with a blue striped fabric and ruffled skirt. Orange throw pillows pop against the pale coloring of the sofa and pull out the rich tones in the patterned rug. Word wall art keeps with the motivational theme of the coffee table.
This modern open concept kitchen and dining room has wood cabinets, coffered ceiling, exposed beams, and oak floors, with a blue painted work island, custom metal vent hood, and midcentury modern furnishings.
Grooms John and John Henry had family and friends write down what they loved about the couple and words that described them. These words went into metallic shells and guests took turns reading the words during their beach wedding.