Secondhand shopping is truly a learned skill. It takes a little persistence but once you get a taste of the thrift thrill, you can’t stop.
Decorating with plants if one my favorite things to do around the house. I’ve replaced many of our knick knacks with plants and succulents over the last year and I couldn’t be happier with this decision.
I’ve blogged about a few of my favorite photography tricks over the years on Dina’s Days, including my tips on food photography and my inexpensive background props.
One of the best decisions I’ve made for home organization is turning a spare room into a walk in closet. These how to posts are also the most read posts ever on this blog.
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a chance to relax during this holiday season. Mine started off very relaxing until I made myself anxious by trying to accomplish a thousand tasks before the calendar flipped to 2016.
I spent Saturday afternoon with my best friend Shannon decorating our home for the holidays. I know how to do the basic fill a bowl with ornaments decorating, but Shannon has creative ideas for days.
Have you heard of wardrobe capsules? They are a creative and efficient way to make the most of our your closet and the things you own.
When I moved into my apartment two years ago, I recruited my friend to help me turn my den into a walk-in closet / dressing room and shared it on the blog.
I’ve always found shopping for jeans to be the most overwhelming shopping experience; both at thrift and department stores.
Cozy, oversized or “chunky” sweaters are not only fashionable but are almost a necessity if you experience NE Ohio like temperatures.