So I headed over the the P&Geveryday website and fully expected to spend a good chunk of time checking out their food section and I did. I even found this article on “4 Uses for Old Bananas”, which is great because I’ve always got old bananas that need to be used and the suggestions and recipes offered are totally kid-friendly so they will work perfectly in my home. The thing is that once I was done looking at their food section there was so much more to look at and of course, I looked.
Food inspiration I expected, but I didn’t expect the P&Geveryday website to have such a fun Home Décor section, it is absolutely wonderful and more than a little inspiring. It’s full of projects that all seem very doable and might I add affordable. Here are three of my favorites:
Decorating with Fabrics
Using Mason Jars to Decorate
These are all projects I can tackle. I have an old window frame in my basement that I’ve been wanting to do something with and covering the panes with fabric is such a cute idea, the floating bookshelves would be awesome in my home office, and I’m already a big fan of decorating with mason jars, so bring on the glitter baby!
You should know that I also got pretty deep into the craft section and it’s pretty AWESOME! There’s even a video of how to repurpose finds from a thrift store. Like I needed an excuse to go thrift store shopping.
I can honestly say that the P&Geveryday website is well-worth a visit or many, it’s full of resourceful ideas, advice and products that help you enjoy your life every day. You can also visit the P&Geveryday Facebook page for more every day inspiration.
All images via P&Geveryday website
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