When we moved in, the bathroom walls were pure white. Now, they're pink, yellow, blue, and green — and they tell the world we're science nerds.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of walls posts.
When one thinks about the easiest room in her or his house to makeover which is it? The bathroom? Guest room? Mudroom?
In our house it was most definitely the laundry room. So off to Lowe's we went with a soothing vision dancing in our head. And we killed it.
Say you’ve got a wall that gets nice light – the bright, indirect light that plants love – but you don’t want to hang a planter since hanging planters are still stuck in the '70s design-wise, or slide over a bookcase just to set a pot down. What do you do? Enter the Woolly Pocket.
Wall graphics are super popular, but the selection of designs can be limited or expensive. That said, they're easy to make. Ready to see how?
I dye my hair black on a regular basis, and I'm also a clumsy oaf. My bathroom wall has many spots of blueish-black. How can I resolve this messy problem?
Frames are all well and good, but aren't always an option. Sometimes it's because of an oddly-sized print, sometimes frames just cost too damn much. How do you hang a print when you can't find a suitable frame?
Whitney assembled a whole lotta photos and small objects into a nicely-arranged art piece she and her guests can admire. She made a very detailed how-to for us to follow.