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: event [ vintage plate up cycling ]
A date for the diary if you want to give a new lease of life to old crockery. Get creative at these up cycling workshops at Heals. Book in for one of the two available September dates via Eventbrite
Give life to your vintage china in our upcycling class at Heals. First choose a pre-loved plate or teacup from The Indytute’s very special vintage china collection. Each piece has been rooted out by the Indytute china scout, who has scoured garage sales, antique stalls and junk shops to select the ideal pieces to upcycle. The idea of this workshop is to give you plate a new lease of life and turn it into a work of art you might spot in Harvey Nics. These plates make great presents and they also make a shelf very happy
home: event [ pop up shop ]
West Elm continue to support and give opportunities for new designers, and up and coming brands to get a platform to raise their profile. Here again they have cool, unique brand Refunk’d popping up shop in April at their Tottenham Court Road, London store.
Running from 15-17th of April, head to West Elm and shop the one-off pieces of furniture and homeware.
Opening hours 10am – 5pm / 209 Tottenham Court Road W1T 7PN
” Set up in 2010 Refunk’d by Ursh Stevens in order to create one off pieces of awesomeness from preloved furniture & scrap yard finds.
From glamorous air hostess came the skip rat, salvage specialist, award winning furniture designer Ursh Stevens the owner of Refunk’d. Using scrap yard finds Ursh creates one of pieces that are far removed from the identikit furniture found on the high street. ”