Tastemade’s design experts are here with innovative and accessible ideas, tips, and projects to make over your home—one weekend at a time.
Time to spruce up your space! Whether you have a few hours or an entire weekend to spare, the easy-to-follow DIYs in this book include illustrations, photos, and diagrams to help you achieve transformational results—from a portrait gallery wall to a succulent coffee table to a vintage trunk bar cart. And when you need a quick fix, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for small tweaks that require no tools, such as making a mood board to direct your vision, styling your entryway, or being a good plant parent.
Design is for everyone, and whether you’re a renter, new homeowner, or DIY-aholic—even if you’re working with a small space or a tight budget—your home should make you feel good. With Weekend Refresh, you’ll be on your way to personalized, intentional, and well-thought-out rooms.
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“Weekend Refresh helps you transform your living spaces into places you would actually want your hottest dates or scariest PTA moms to see. And don’t worry—you don’t have to spend all your vacation time (or empty your retirement fund) to achieve your stylist dreams. Drawing inspiration from their DIY home-improvement show, Tastemade provides guides to dozens of projects to fit every skill set, like a wall-mounted folding table for a small space or a mini breakfast nook, or a magnetic herb garden to spice up your kitchen. The best part? The book doesn’t just teach you how to upgrade your home; it shows you how to keep it upgraded with organizational hacks, repair tips, and guides to get you past common interior design pitfalls (thank you, ‘Guide to Being a Good Plant Parent’).”—Oprah Daily