DIY Ideas

Armed with just a few supplies, you can make beautiful one-of-a-kind stationery for yourself and all your friends. The secret ingredient? Shaving foam!
Celebrate the arrival of spring and welcome your visitors at the door with this beautiful wreath of fresh greenery and willows.
Check out these small — but brilliant — upgrades that don't require a tool belt.
A simple shelf looks modern when made with cotton and copper.
This simple project is quick to make, and you'll be left with a cozy blanket that is perfect for cuddling on the couch.
The DIY whizzes at Darby Smart share some life-improving how-tos that will far outlast your seasonal cleaning kick.
Celestial shapes will keep your baby interested, while the minimal palate will keep things looking clean in your home.
Celebrate spring and Easter with these modern Pysanky eggs!
You can use your favorite saying, a personal motto, or the names of a happy couple.
A full pot of tea will get you through those long winter mornings, and this tea cosy is just perfect for keeping things warm.
Lonny contributor Steph Hung shows us how to make these charming monogrammed coasters — no sewing necessary.
Here are 7 easy steps to the best staircase in town
This year, get organized in the kitchen with this easy life hack.
Unruly closets, cluttered drawers—none of them stands a chance against super-simple catch-alls you make yourself.
Move over, scented drawer liners. Lonny contributor Steph Hung shows us how to freshen up in just four simple steps.
Scented candles are one of life's small luxuries that we can't imagine living without.
Socially conscious jewelry company 31 Bits shares not one, but three awesome DIY ideas that will make you drop everything and run to your nearest craft store.
Desert plants and winter foliage make a perfectly unexpected pairing.
A lowly crafting staple finds stylish new life.
Lonny contributor Steph Hung turns a rustic floor treatment into a serious style statement.
The Brooklyn textiles maven schools us in the art of DIY indigo dyeing.
Bring in a little winter-proof green with a living piece of art.
Eucalyptus leaves, feathers, and cinnamon sticks—oh my!
Dress up the table before your Thanksgiving guests arrive.