home: made [ woven wall hanging ]
Not is all it seems with this diy project. This gorgeous wall hanging is not actually woven at all, but instead done with a glue gun.
Find yourself a piece of rug, yarn for tassels, and felt balls for the basics and then with the additions of a wooden rod and a glue gun, you are good to go.
Follow the very simple tutorial at abeautifulmess.com
home: made [ concrete ]
One of our favourite diy sites, Brit + Co, has another amazing project to try. With concrete being so stylish and on trend, we absolutely love this straight forward tutorial to make cool, concrete lighting. Perfect for an industrial or minimalist interior, these shades follow a reasonably easy process to make, with equipment and materials all available at your local high street hardware store.
home: made [ printing on ceramics ]
Sometimes you wish you could have a specific design on a particular item but not sure how to achieve it.
If we take a ceramic tumbler or pot for example, we have seen in the past how creative you can be with a Sharpie pen or washi tape. Today we share another way to get a sharp precise finish using printed graphics on decal paper.
This extremely simple diy project allows you to create any design you like and then transfer to ceramics.
Head to homeyohmy.com to get the details
home: made [ magazine rack ]
A magazine rack is such a useful piece of homeware so create your own, which can be personal to your style, suit your room with colour or design, and be unique, with any one of the handy DIY tutorials available online. We’ve rounded up our favourite three sites with a huge range of projects to follow;
home: made [ hanging banners ]
Following the trend of macrame wall hangings last year as well as the ever popular typography in art, we are now seeing the two combined with hanging banners with quotes.
Perfect for a kids bedroom, or kitchen why not create your own banner with a personalised message. Hang on a wall with a mixture of prints and photos and it her wall decor for an eclectic look.
We have found some fun tutorials to inspire you.
home: made [ staircases ]
Time to get creative with your staircase. Across the internet there are so many creative ideas for designing unique looks for a staircase.
From blending colours upwards, stair by stair; using favourite Pantone colours on each tread; mixing treated real wood with a shade that suits your home; using a graphic inspiration quirky design across the stairs.
Have a peak at ;
home: event [ weaving ]
There are two dates available at Heals, London for this great weaving a basket workshop hosted by Lise Bech.
WHEN: Wed 9 May + Thurs 10 May 2018 2pm til 5pm
The Heal’s Building
196 Tottenham Court Road
Working exclusively with Scottish willow, Lise Bech shares her skills showing you how to create your own versatile basket. The Southern Upland organically grown willow you will use, provides you with a unique palette of colours. Also learn about the propagation of the willow and it’s preparation for weaving. All materials provided.