home: made [ wall hanging ]
Bring a pop of colour to your work space or kids bedroom with this great idea for a wall hanging.
Using just coloured paper, glue, a cardboard tube and some rope you have the makings of this fun DIY project. Design your pattern and choose yours colours to make it individual to you.
If colour isn’t your thing, then how about a monochrome version!
Follow the tutorial at whitehousecrafts.net
home: found this [ Zara Home ]
Zara Home has just launched it’s new seasons collection and it’s rather good. We picked out this bohemian style of pouffes and wall hanging.
Continuing in popularity this style is a great way of bringing soft tones and pattern into your home, as well as adding global influences.
Available now from zarahome.com
home: made [ hanging mirror ]
Mirrors have always appealed as a functional item yet able to fit into a room decoratively. A big trend at the moment is the hanging mirror, but as popularity grows so does the price.
[ We have a full trend post coming up next month showing some of the best mirrors around ]
Until then we have found some great tutorials to create your very own hanging mirror. To get a modern look pick leather as the hanging element – head to ebay to pick up strips in varying colours or why not try a leather belt.
Very simply you can use an existing round mirror or buy a standard wooden framed mirror. [ We found a couple at argos.co.uk for £50 and next.co.uk for £40 ]
With some additions of a few tools and metal tacks you can create an individual piece for any room.
Check out sugarandcloth.com / diy-decorator.com / theblog.net