home: made [ wall clock ]
This week we feature this stylish wooden wall clock, and it’s really simple to make.
Using a round chopping board, leather strap, clock mechanism, a drill and some screws you can make something that is both pretty and practical.
See the full tutorial at thelovelydrawer.com
home: made [ faux woven cushion ]
We are loving textured and colourful cushions right now, so when we saw this tutorial on a beautifulmess.com we had to share.
Using a cushion cover, wool and glue you can create a fun, cozy, tactile cushion.
Check out the tutorial here
home: event [ pyrography ]
If you fancy learning a new craft, then why not try pyrography at London Craft Club.
Learn the techiques for creating patterns and shapes in wooden and leather objects. You then get to take home your designs.
‘You don’t need any experience at all If you can hold a pen then you’ll be able to do pyrography. There are 19 different iron tips to choose from. Some tips allow you to draw or write freehand just like a pen. You can either make up your own design, or use our templates to create patterns or words‘
Go to londoncraftclub.co.uk for bookings
home: made [ plant pot ]
We love these little alternatives to a standard pot for a cactus or succulent. The simple balsa wood boxes are a great way of hiding the standard ugly plastic pots and you can make it to fit any size.
Paint or draw on any design you like, we love the scalloped print, made using a cut potato!
Head to curbly.com for the full tutorial
home: made [ wall hanging ]
We love a good home project and HomeyOhMy blog is at the top of brilliant projects to inspire you.
This modern tassle wall hanging is a great tutorial to follow and creates a really super wall hanging when complete.
With very simple and easily accessible items the project is straight forward and easy to follow.
Follow their blog for other great DIY inspirations.
home: made [ woven lamp ]
We love this diy project, and it’s so adaptable to your style and room. This woven lamp is simply made from two metal lamp shade frames and some cotton thread in various colours.
Attach the two frames together and then you can start getting creative weaving the thread. It’s an intricate process but we’ll worth it.
For the full tutorial head to fabricadeimaginacion.com
home: featured [ Maison Du Monde ]
Maison Du Monde online French store and now available in the flesh on UK soil, is quickly becoming a leading favourite for great design and style, trend aware products season after season and varying pieces to suit all budgets.
The great collections can transform any room and their website has plenty of inspirational styling imagery for guidance in designing the perfect room for you.