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Top DIY Home Decor + Renovation Projects of 2018

Top DIY Home Decor + Renovation Projects of 2018 | From weekend bathroom makeovers to full-scale staircase reconstruction, 2018 was a busy year over at T. Moore Home. In case you missed all the tutorials and money-saving DIY tips, I’m rounding up the most popular projects we tackled this year. Including everyone’s favorite project – my $10 DIY no-sew curtains.

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Master Bedroom Updates: How To Decorate a Boring Suburban Bedroom Step One – Choose Your Colors

Master Bedroom Updates: How To Decorate a Boring Suburban Bedroom Step One – Choose Your Colors

If you’ve seen that image on Instagram, you’ve been deceived. This shot looks so peaceful and calm. You’d probably guess this is a completed room. But it’s not. In fact, we’ve not really done anything in this room. We plopped down existing furniture, replaced our old headboard, and called it a day. We don’t even have a duvet cover on the bed! IT. IS TIME. This is Priority Number One for our next “finish this house” project.

My Christmas Home Tour: How To Decorate with Traditional Holiday Decor On A Budget
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My Christmas Home Tour: How To Decorate with Traditional Holiday Decor On A Budget

How To Decorate with Traditional Holiday Decor On A Budget

The weather outside is frightful and I’ve had a chill in my bones for weeks now. It must be Christmas time! This year, I’m dedicated to decorating my home in a cheerful and seasonal aesthetic but without all the headaches of over-the-top decor. I don’t have a lot of spare time. I don’t have a lot of spare money. So I’m doing my best to incorporate our existing decor into our (new-to-us) home.

Dollar Store Vases: DIY Crafts for Home
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Dollar Store Vases: DIY Crafts for Home

I love sharing my DIY home decor projects with you but the last one (this DIY cardboard cornice) got a little out of hand. It was genuinely SO SIMPLE and really took less than an hour, but HOLY MOLY the tutorial was long and it took hours to explain how each little step came together. So in the spirit of saving time, I’m here today with a quick and easy DIY you can master in 3 steps or less to achieve a look that’s super high-end.

Subtle Fall Living Room Updates For A Big Impact
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Subtle Fall Living Room Updates For A Big Impact

It seems like people mostly assume Fall is a style and they don’t want to commit to a complete overhaul of their spaces for just a couple of months’ impact. I totally get it. I wouldn’t do that either! So instead, I’m showing you how I’ve updated my own living room with autumnal touches that stay true to my own style. The impact is the same (some might even say better) but the effort is minimal.

How to DIY Cheap Curtain Panels: One Day Guest Room Refresh
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How to DIY Cheap Curtain Panels: One Day Guest Room Refresh

I’ve been talking about working on this bedroom for a while now. Every couple of months, I make one little tweak, anticipating it will be the catalyst of a much larger project. Then I get side-tracked. I lose interest. I find another room to work on. Probably because none of these little tweaks ever felt exactly the right direction, I just kept moving on and then coming back. 

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How eDesign Works: Work With An Interior Designer Even If You Have a Small Budget Or Live Far Away

I asked my Instagram followers what kinds of questions they had about eDesign and MAN OH MAN did they come through with some good ones!! There were so many more questions to answer than I anticipated, leading me to generally believe that few people really understand how eDesigners work at all. A lot of the questions were repetitive, so I figured I could best answer everyone in a broad forum. So here we go. Let’s dive deep into Interior eDesign. 

Best of The Blog: My $500 Powder Room Makeover Reveal – How To Make a Small Bathroom Feel Bigger

Best of The Blog Series revisits my most popular posts with fun updates to let you know how it’s going. Today, we take a look at my Powder Room makeover and I add additional resources and tips for achieving your own revamp on a budget and timeline. 

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ORC™ Week Three: Finally A Progress Report

We installed a horizontal board and batten in the dining room. And it is my jam. Although I’ll admit, it wasn’t my first choice. That’s right. My original design, if you recall, called for horizontal shiplap. Totally the plan. It was going to be the most expensive aspect of the room by far, but I’d budgeted appropriately and was ready to pay the price.