When I saw this video clip had over 5 million views on HGTV’s Instagram account, I knew I had to write a quick post sharing the simple details of this awesome DIY project. It’s so easy (REALLY!), and don’t limit yourself to a cement walkway. Think stair risers, coffee table, backsplash…I could go on and
Read the original post on Popsugar. That’s right people! This garland is so cute, it’s seriously SCARY! But DIY-ing it isn’t. No drills, hot glue guns, or other dangerous weapons of craft necessary here. All you’ll need are some: –Orange string lights -Old Halloween Costumes (or Halloween-inspired fabric) -Scissors Step 1: Take your fabric (or
Ok, if there was a way (and we’re not saying there isn’t, we just don’t know how) to have Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” playing while writing/reading this post, it would be perfect. Cue the middle school piano recital, the sister that’s way better at playing than you are, or you know, that guy at Nordstrom. Ok, so
Remember how excited we were for the Remnants of the Past Vintage Show? We marketed, canvased, promoted. We bought, painted, nailed, drilled, taped, glued, sanded, constructed. The result was a repurposed, curated, (dare I say awesome?) inventory and a prepared group of ladies who were so excited to travel to San Jose and “peddle our
The Offending Property: 2 bed/2 bath, third story condo. Located one block from the beach in Long Beach, CA. Inhabited by renters for the last 15 years, dated, smelly, dark, broken. The Sentence: 3.5 weeks of renovation, $30,000 budget, to become pretty and sellable. The Outcome: Full rehabilitation! Finished on time, under budget, and best
We purchased this chair at the Long Beach Swap Meet. Although we loved the “patina”, the actual idea of sitting on all that rust was a bit off-putting. Also, we LOVE to powder coat old furniture. It is, in our opinion, like giving a second life to what otherwise might be trash. So after the
Hello! I’m Jasmine Roth, creator of this Blog, founder of Built Custom Homes, curator of my retail shop The Warehouse by Jasmine Roth and host of HGTV’s hit show Hidden Potential. My primary focus is building custom homes in Huntington Beach, CA. I love all aspects of the home building process. I am constantly asking questions, learning, exploring and seeking inspiration. Join me as we explore my projects, DIY’s, behind the scenes, ways to give back and a look at what inspires me to design beautiful, functional spaces. Let’s build something together!
The Shop by Jasmine Roth is a curated online retail concept allowing access to sought-after designer housewares. After years of using unique finishes in her custom home designs, she opened an online marketplace allowing everyone to have a little piece of #myjasminerothstyle.