home: made [ mud cloth throw ]
If you are looking to bring some pattern and colour to your bedroom or living room, why not try this little DIY project.
Taking inspiration from mud cloth designs, The Lovely Drawer has created a tutorial to help you achieve the same look.
Try it out on a bedspread or perhaps a throw for the sofa.
Head to thelovelydrawer.com to find out how to do it.
home : found this [ rug ]
With the strong trend for figurative and face illustrations on homeware, we love this beautiful Khark rug from Made.com at £299.
It is a hand tufted wool rug, which will bring a point of interest to a room, with its linear illustrations of abstract faces.
Stand out in a minimalist white room or clash and compliment with other patterns in a maximalist interior.
home: made [ pen holders ]
With her gorgeous home and constant inspirational DIY updates in her house as well as projects on her blog, we love the modern creativity of Grillo Designs.
Explore her blog and Instagram feed for all the back catalogue of super DIYs and collaborations.
Our pick today is a simple but very effective project to make pen holders, from the Grillo Designs blog.
In a climate where more and more of us are working from home, it’s become important to create efficient, beautiful and productive working zones in our houses. Little details, like pen pots, can make easy and affordable difference to lift the look of the work area.
home: made [ bamboo mirror ]
Design Sponge, has always been at the top of blogging great ideas, diys and projects.
With bamboo being such a favourite material to have in the home right now, we love this bamboo sunburst mirror tutorial.
Simple but very effective. It could be done in varying shapes or sizes. And if a few were made they’d be great grouped together.
home: made [ DIY mobile ]
This super cute mobile will be a great addition to any babies bedroom. The bold monochrome colours will engage the baby, and it looks so stylish too.
With an embroidery hoop, some wooden discs, paint and thread you can create this lovely piece in a few hours.
Head to earnesthomeco.com for the full tutorial.
home: made [ concrete furniture ]
We love the use of concrete within the home. It’s an affordable, versatile and a very beautiful material.
Concrete fans will love the collation of great DIYs with concrete that Remodelista have brought together.
Some are so simple purely using the weight and strength of concrete to create the structure.
home: made [ Baskets ]
A beautifully created book to teach the art of basketry. Tabara carefully walks us through the projects to create some unique basket designs to fill your home.
Get your copy of this wonderful book direct from La Basketry for just £15
This book will teach you how to master the versatile art of basketry. Each of the four chapters tackles the different materials and their subsequent techniques, including grasses, rope, twine and cane. Learn how to add pattern and colour to your woven wonders as you create a colourful collection of 15 storage accessories of your own. The projects include laundry baskets, baskets with lids, rope bags, a picnic basket, a gorgeous woven lampshade and a stylish collection of patterned tableware.
Discover more about this tactile craft as Tabara N’Diaye explores its history and origins through her Senegalese roots. With clear instructions accompanied by the beautiful lifestyle photography and illustrations throughout, Baskets demystifies the art of basket-making for makers at all levels.
home: made [ towel rail ]
If you are looking for a budget towel rail for your bathroom then look no further. This sleek black example is pretty straight forward to make and look great.
The modern design would look perfect in minimal bathroom, but it could quite easily be adapted and painted to fit other styles.
Head to hunker.com for all the details
home: made [ Easter crafts ]
With Easter weekend upon us there is still time to make the best of the current situation. There are lots of craft ideas to try out and make your home feel like Easter this weekend.
From painted eggs, to creating Easter trees there is something for everyone. And we have selected a handful of websites to help you out.
Decorated eggs – countryliving.com
Handmade soaps – apumpkinandaprincess.com
Paper eggs – lefrufru.com
Easter tree – thehousethatlarsbuilt.com
home: made [ macrame ]
Looking for inspiration and ideas of filling time at home?
We love this new book from Isabella Strambio ‘Macrame For The Modern World’. Sixteen wonderful projects to try at home.
Plus head to her site for inspiring ideas and free tutorials.
Book available : £12.99