home: made [ Christmas wreath ]
Today’s post is all about this gorgeous door wreath combining pine cones & leaves, which you can then decorate with vivid colours.
Pick the colour pallete that works with your home. By simply cutting the cones in half you create a really lovely flower design. You can then paint random cones as you like.
Full tutorial at thehousethatlarsbuilt.com
home: made [ pumpkin carving ]
If you haven’t yet got your carve-on for tonight’s Halloween festivities then we’ve found some great inspiration for you to get creatively inspired.
Even an idea of not having to even pick up a knife – use a sharpie to draw on, use cut out paper to decorate or other mediums like paint, beads or washi tape.
See below for a great way to cut shapes with a knife and to also allow you to have elaborate cut outs.
home: made [ cane lampshade ]
Transform a old lampshade with this super easy tutorial from hunker.com.
Cane has become a popular choice in the home and is seen everywhere. This material is so versatile and can be added to existing furniture to give a boho vibe in minutes.
Head to hunker.com for all the details and start crating
home: made [ coffee table ]
This weeks diy project we spotted is a good one, if a little bit complex.
This coffee table can be made if you have some basic woodwork skills, if not ask someone nicely to do it for you.
Either way this is an opportunity to design and make your own table, with wood choice you live and the dimensions to fit your space.
Head to themerrythought.com for the tutorial
home: event [ terrarium workshop ]
This September book a space at one of Heals terrarium workshops and create a wonderful table centrepiece.
Hosted in Heals, Tottenham Court Road, London you will learn the history and science behind terrarium building and then get the chance to make your own from scratch.
All materials are provided [ from £40 ]
Head to heals.com for dates
home: made [ slat wall shelf ]
Today’s shelving tutorial can be adapted to suit your space and needs, which makes it a great project to try.
The simple design made from wooden slats is so easy to do and there are so many options to play around with.
Head to themerrythought.com to see how it’s done.
home: made [ door tassel ]
The lovely creative project will add texture and interest to your doors.
The simple design of this door tassel is super easy to make and you can use any colour you like to fit with your scheme.
We found a tutorial at hunker.com which goes through the stages in detail to create your own door tassel. Perfect for a kids room or guest bedroom.
home: made [ basket ]
We’ve just discovered A Kailo Chic Life blog and already in love. Such great projects, DIYs, ideas and interiors.
Our favourite pick is this project to decorate a basic felt basket with a weave and tassle look. It’s creative, colourful and makes a eclectic boho look.
Try Made, Amazon, and other online homeware stores for felt woven baskets that can act as the base for this DIY.
Explore the blog for this and further great projects.
home: made [ raffia mirror ]
We love this super easy diy project, transforming a basic round mirror into something fun and eye catching.
Using cut strips of raffia ribbon you can create a really lovely piece for you wall. It is also a great design for a kids bedroom.
Head to hunker.com for the full tutorial.
home: made [ cane candle holder ]
This lovely little project is perfect for this time of year and is on trend with the current 70s resurgence.
Abeautifulmess.com takes you through the steps to create these candle holders using glass hurricane holders and caning rolls.
These candle holders are great to make in different sizes and place in large groups. You can also take them outside for candle lit evenings.