I've recently been seeing some beautiful posts floating around Instagram and Pinterest for the #newyearnewroomchallenge, and they've inspired me to make it a goal this year to give our living room and dining area a little refresh. While the group of super-talented bloggers who are participating in the official challenge are completing all of their makeovers … Continue reading New Year, New Room: Living Room Plans
So this post has nothing to do with furniture or home decor, but it is coastal, and it turned out so adorable that I just had to share. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen a sneak peak of this special project the week before Thanksgiving. Earlier this year, Jason's brother and … Continue reading How to Make a Natural Wooden Baby Teether
We have travertine tile floors throughout the downstairs of our house, and they're great, but whoever installed them left the edges near the doors unfinished. Specifically near the sliding glass door, there was an uneven gap between the tile and threshold that dirt and dog hair were always getting into. One day while I was at … Continue reading Install Wood Trim at a Door Threshold
Hello friends! This week I have another super simple throw pillow cover DIY to share with you. I made this one along with the Dot-Painted Throw Pillow I shared last week. I found the original inspiration on Overstock when I was searching for something to compliment the dot pillow, and I was just going to … Continue reading DIY Dip-Dye Throw Pillow
Learn how to make your own DIY Dot-Paint Throw Pillow Cover using fabric paint and any pillow cover you choose. This simple project is totally on-trend with global and bohemian styles.
A step-by-step tutorial for adding blackout liners to new or existing curtains without sewing. These affordable liners are completely removable so you can still wash the curtains, and cost less than $20 per panel.
Welcome to Seagrain Design! I'm Rachel, and I live in San Diego, CA with my boyfriend, Jason, and our two dogs, Kelbi and Captain. I love projects, and I'm always looking for ways to improve a space and make things more functional. A few months ago, I got fed up with the way things were … Continue reading Welcome!