Love this great little DIY from A Pair And A Spare to make handy (and on trend) little concrete desk organisers.
It’s a simple and straight forward tutorial and can be adapted for your needs – just change the size or shape of the moulds.
Follow the great blog for other fab diy homeware ideas and projects.
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 [ copper shelving ]
This is a gorgeous DIY from Hey Lila Hey to make a cool copper wall shelf great for any room in the house.
Copper is still very much on trend and the design can be adapted for the size and style you like.
Details, how to and all needed materials are in their blog
home: event [ Jesmonite workshop ]
We love the growing popularity of working with Jesmonite and this workshop at The Barbican looks like another great one to book into.
August 13 – 16
Jesmonite Casting with Phil Cuttance £45
Learn how to cast your own Jesmonite stone vase with designer/maker Phil Cuttance.
Phil Cuttance leads this series of hands–on workshops, with his cool, contemporary take on an age old craft. Participants select the shape of their vase, assemble their own moulds and experiment with style and colour before casting their very own jesmonite vase.
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.
home: made [ tie dye bedding ]
With marble still being a strong trend, why not try tie dying at home in black and white to create a similar monochrome look.
It’s simple and effective and all you need is the dye and some cotton plain bedding.
Try John Lewis, Argos or Dunelm for great plain bedding.
We love this effective method from HonestlyWTF but also our favourite A Beautiful Mess has a great tutorial too.