home: made [ copper pipe shelving ]
Copper is still a strong trend and very versatile for craft diy projects.
We think this diy tutorial from A Joyful Riot is easy to follow and results in a simple but stylish shelf.
The choice of shelf can be adapted by material and colour to suit your interior.
home: made [ Halloween ]
Layer up fabric, cluster old bottles, paint spiders webs in bleach, use pumpkins for vases… just some of the wonderful ideas collated by Good Housekeeping for weird, yet beautiful table settings and centrepieces for this weekend’s Halloween gatherings.
Try out their super ideas, lots of which are made from objects from around the house, items you could pick up at a local charity shop or bits and bobs from the supermarket!
[ all ideas/DIYs credited within the article. ]
home: featured [ glassware ]
If you are looking to update your table settings and like many of us, complete sets of glasses diminish as accidents happen – then head to Made.com and browse their latest range of glassware. From beautiful coloured glassware to patterned, texture and ribbed styles there is something to suit all tastes.
home: made [ upcycled paint tin ]
Who could resist a great 15 minute craft that results in a unique piece of homeware.
Hey Let’s Make Stuff is a fantastic craft project blog and we love this great tutorial to make a stylish ice bucket from an old empty paint tin.
This easy upcycle would not only make a great ice bucket but the crafted paint tin could also be used for lots of other things and make use of all those old tins you may have lying around!
How about using it for a plant pot, utensil holder, or even storage for tiny toys (Lego, figures, building blocks)
home: made [ diy bedside tables ]
We love this collating of DIY bedside tables on The Kindest Way. A great selection of modern well designed ideas and simple tutorials that would result in unique furniture for the home.
All can be adapted with size and colour to suit your interior, and often use very minimal materials and with easy to follow instructions, it’s not too scary for novice DIYers!
home: made [ liquid art ]
If you wanting art unique and one of a kind for your wall, and have a excitement to get creative yourself, these mixed media art panels from HobbyCraft are an effective and fun way to create your own artwork.
This art panel provides a raised frame surface that will be perfect for mixed media, pouring and resins. Experiment with fluid art to create artworks that will stand out. The frame will help to ensure that the peak can be easily poured onto the surface, without leaking or dripping over the edge.
This framed art panel is 12 x 12 inches, with a 3.8cm thickness. The primed pine and birch panel offers an excellent surface for oils, acrylics, markers and liquid paints, providing the perfect canvas for creating unique effects.
home: made [ balloon vase ]
This tutorial from Simply Handmade Studios is a brilliant, simple and very effective way to make a water secure vase. It just uses plaster, a balloon and paint/decoration of your choice.
Follow the simple method to produce your own vase. It can be varied with size and shape of the balloon.
We also found a similar idea but swapping to coating the outside instead with plaster, pva or another strong bonding layer.
Design and decorate with paint, glitter, spray, beads or even gold leaf.
home: made [ concrete moulds ]
If you are interested in getting creative with concrete and making your own concrete homewares – there’s lots of mould kits across the high street and online to help produce all different shapes and styles.
Amazon is full of various mould sets with prices as low as £8.99 upwards.
Etsy is also bursting with sets with all sorts of shape designs to use.
And of course, the huge market place eBay, is also packed with sets to use. We love the circular low dish design we found.
Then head to MyFabrics or other online craft providers for small batches of concrete mix to start using your moulds and creating your pieces.
Your own pieces would make great gifts for others and also lovely to have personally designed pieces around your home. Homewares can be left the natural concrete colour or painted or sprayed once dry.
home: made [ bubble cube candle ]
With the latest trend of curved, twisted and bubble candles they are hard to miss online and in stores. But the price of these fun candle alternatives can be off putting.
There is another option, and that’s to make your own! We found this fun tutorial on hunker.com from Alice & Lois, and with a few simple ingredients and a mould you to can create gorgeous bubble candles.
Great for decorating shelves and giving as gifts.
home: made [ mini makes ]
Scrolling the internet and Pinterest we came across a great article from countryliving.com with some really simple mini makes for the home.
Scroll different projects including printed napkins, rope baskets & cane detail shelves.