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Crystal glasses add an elegant touch to the rustic tablescape | Fall Tablescape Out by the Fire | The Chelsea Project |
Home decor

Fall Tablescape Out By the Fire

Hello Friends, Welcome to the 2016 Fall Ideas Tour. This is a series of posts where 28 bloggers come together to share new and unique ideas for home fall decor.  The group was selectively gathered because each blogger has her own home, budget, and…

Vintage clocks layered on top of vintage books | 10 Minute Side Table Makeover | The Chelsea Project |
Furniture Makeovers Home decor

10 Minute Side Table Makeover

Hello Friends, Well, I almost didn’t participate in this month’s DIY Furniture Girls.  I mean, I already had more on my plate than I could say grace over. And this month’s theme was to create my version of a popular retail piece.  The name…

Indoor/Outdoor Floorcloth Made with Fabric | Outdoor fabric works great with an outdoor backing to drop color on the floor | The Chelsea Project |
Fabric Garden Home decor

How to Make a Floorcloth with Fabric

Floorcloth ????  What on earth is that? These are questions I heard from my family as tarps and fabric were sprawled from the front door to the dining room.  But what they didn’t know is that the madness had a method.  πŸ™‚ And the…

5 Tips for Creating a Table Setting Using Mismatched Tableware | Tip #3 Create dimension |Check out how this tip and more can put the pop on your table top| The Chelsea Project |
Home decor Kitchen

5 Tips for Table Tops that POP

Hello Friends, Raise your hand if you have a bunch of mismatched tableware. Now, raise your hand if you’d like to know how to make it work. Well, you’ve come to the right place. Over the years, I have collected tableware in all colors…

Tie-dye fabric with wrinkled texture made from all-natural dye |
Crafts Home decor Textiles

Tie-dye Fabric Using All Natural Dye

Tie-dye. Huuum…….I can’t believe it, but here it is.  I actually made this textile from recycled fabric and turmeric. That’s right.  Turmeric….the spice that you’d put in your recipes.  And honestly, it was one of the quickest and easiest projects ever.…