home: made [ paper shapes wall art ]
If you are looking for some new art for your walls, why not make your own.
We found this fun DIY tutorial from Sugar & Cloth using cut out pieces of paper.
Choose your paper and create your own design using a few simple materials.
Head to sugarandcloth.com for all the details.
home: made [ diy books ]
Explore bookstores, online or in person for great aids for DIY and creating the perfect home for you.
We’ve scanned the shelves for our favourite picks.
Making A House Your Home / Amazon £14.99
DIY Furniture/ Amazon £4.14
The Girls Guide To DIY / World Of Books £7.19
The Interior Design Handbook / Amazon £14.99
DIY Art At Home / World of Books £4.79
DIY Furniture 2 / Amazon £13.70
A Well Crafted Home / John Lewis £19.99
home: made [ DIY wall decor ]
Whether you have an empty space on your wall that needs filling or you just can’t find a piece if art you really like, why not have a go and make your own.
There is so much inspiration available and ideas to choose from. We have found a great selection on countryliving.com to get you started.
From hanging baskets on the wall to creating your own art on canvas, there is loads to inspire.
Go have a look!
home: made [ picture frame ]
This really cute DIY project is perfect for displaying awkward sized prints or just for framing photos.
Using a soft wood sticks, glue, magnets and some cord you can easy put together these frames in any size you need.
We found this tutorial at homeyohmy.com
home: made [ faux concrete wall ]
With concrete still being a strong feature in interiors and homeware, we love this faux concrete paint finish created with the great tutorial from Song Bird Blog that step by step leads you through the process to create an effective concrete look wall in your home.
home: made [ DIY tools beginners guide ]
If you are looking to start doing more DIY around the home or you have already started and need some advice on the best tools to use, then we have found a great online piece to help from grillo-designs.com
Medina has created her 11 Must Have DIY Tools For Beginners post and it’s the perfect place to start to get ideas and know-how on which tools you will need for projects in the home.
Build up a starter kit and you’ll be ready to go!
home: made [ IKEA Besta hack ]
Mouldings and fluted edges are big news right now and seen all over furniture. Softening sideboards and cupboard doors.
Rather than paying the price for this new trend, why not create your own version.
We found this great IKEA hack from abeautifulmess.com to get you started. Learn the basics and adapt to any door fronts.
home: made [ woven basket ]
A wonderful tutorial from Design Sponge to make handy baskets to use around the home.
This simple how-two uses just basket cane and a few tools. Follow the simple directions and create any size storage to use for fruit, toys, toiletries… all kinds of home products.
home: made [ shelving unit ]
If you are looking for a simple DIY tutorial for a shelving unit then head over to burkatron.com.
Once the basic frame and shelves are made you can paint or decorate however you like.
Having practical storage like a shelving unit is essential in any home. Ideal for a bathroom or kitchen.
home: nice price [ outdoor wine glass ]
Outdoor dining? We love these beautiful ombré plastic wine glasses from Matalan to ensure your alfresco drinking is both safe snd stylish.
The ombré style creates a smart, on-trend look, far superior to the super low price – just £3 per glass.
Pair with a table setting of eclectic florals or block colouring for a beautiful tablescape.