home: made [ concrete candle holders ]
With concrete still such a strong trend, it’s great to be able to make a DIY piece of concrete homeware.
We love this DIY from Design Mom which shows you simply how to create beautiful concrete candle holders.
Simple, effective and wonderful to make as gifts!
home: made [ ladder shelving ]
So much great creativity and ideas from DIY Enthusiasts to making shelving from a simple ladder. So many tutorials brought together.
Find the one that works for you and your needs whether it’s a free standing unit, wall shelving or something suspended from the ceiling.
All these ideas from a ladder. A ladder which can be picked up cheap from a DIY store, or search EBay for a bargain or even hunt down a vintage one from a flea market.
home: made [ embroidery hoop art ]
This is a quick, easy and very successful way to have instant art for the walls in s colour or pattern to match a room. It’s easily changeable, it’s a great way to make gifts, and it’s as simple as you need it to be if you not so confident with your creativity.
Hunt down fabrics from anywhere and everywhere – haberdashery stores, markets, old clothes, charity shops, use old bed linen or anything where you love the pattern or colour. Embroidery hoops are available from all good haberdashers, from Hobby Craft or other craft stores, on eBay or Etsy and you could even find second hand options and remove whatever is previously framed.
Head to DesignerTrapped for a great modern tutorial
We love the how-to from IAmAHomemaker to create wonderful hoop art
home: made [ laundry bags ]
A very handy little DIY to make laundry bags, from the creative people at Ideal Home (online).
These great bags could be used for all sorts of things – not just laundry; and made from any fabric to suit your decor. Hunt out vintage fabrics from flea markets, bargain fabrics from IKEA or even use sheets, duvets or other inventive ways to get great fabrics.
home: made [ triangle ]
We like to find great little projects to share with you, and although this one looks a bit more higher skill level than our usual finds, they do insist it’s not hard – and what a super result you’d get.
This great wooden triangle shelf would make a fab feature on any room. The wood could be kept natural or painted up to match the room colours and even changed at a later date if the decor changes.
Adorn with herb pots in a kitchen, collated small curiosities in the lounge or cute little dolls and figures in a nursery. So versatile and a great little project to try out.
Head to MrKate for the tutorial.
home: made [ table cloth ]
Simple, stylish and perfectly on trend, Curby have created the nicest, easiest little DIY to make a great scandi table cloth.
The simple cross design in black and white is minimal and perfect for monochrome lovers but could just as easily be translated using other colours to suit your choice.
And the finished printed fabric doesn’t necessarily have to be a table cloth but could be turned into cushions, curtains or napkins!
home: made [ book shelf ]
If you’re looking for a new challenge with a cool well designed modern piece of furniture as the result then this u tube video from Sikana is for you.
Just from wooden pallets broken down for their wood, with basic carpenter tools you can create this really stylish shelving unit.