home: made [ hanging shelves ]
Up your shelfie game with this easy make from whydontyoumakeme.com. This quirky hanging shelf uses wooden boards, rope cord & metal rings, as well as some basic tools.
Follow the full tutorial here to make your own.
home: made [ hanging organiser ]
We spotted this sleek and simple diy project for a hanging organiser. With the use of some wooden dowels, rope and a drill, you are good to go.
Adapt your hanging ladder to suit your needs and what you intend to use it for. We think it’s great for hanging photos, and art! A lovely idea for adults and kids.
Head to yourdiyfamily.com for all the details
home: made [ hanging shelf ]
This weeks project is this cool hanging shelf; simple to make and adapt to your own design. Using just two basic components, a plank of wood and some rope, and the addition of a jigsaw and drill you are good to go.
In this example the shelf doubles up as a plant holder by cutting out a hole in the wood. This looks great and brings a different dimension to a standard shelf.
The options are endless for personalising your shelf. Paint the wood or use coloured rope to fit with yout interior.
Tutorial from burkatron.com
home: trend [ Energise ]
Another bright and vibrant trend for SS16 is ‘Energise’ – full of colour and fun.
Focus is on combining heavily printed ceramics and soft furnishings with strong statement furniture. Clash zesty yellows, orange and greens creating an explosion of tones.
Keep walls light and bring in colour with strong artwork and accessories like vases and pots.
Look for interesting detail with rope and leather on lighting, mirrors and accessories.
1. Marble doorstop – habitat.co.uk [ £20 ]
2. Print – indish.co.uk [ £35 ]
3. Armchair – Ikea.com [ £185 ]
4. Vase – futureandfound.com [ £22 ]
5. Robin Day armchair – johnlewis.com [ £59 ]
6. Mirror – nobleandwood.com [ £195 ]
7. Cushion cover – marimekko.com [ £45.50 ]