Feather wall hangings add a sense of drama and fun in an interior scheme. Learn how to make your own with these simple to follow, step-by-step instructions, for a DIY father wall hanging.
If you would rather a more colourful Christmas than a traditional one, then this indoor honeycomb pompom wreath might just be for you! Read the full blog post for easy to follow instructions.
These DIY plant pots with fringing are so quick and easy to do. Within half an hour you could have a quirky new plant pot, take a look for yourself >>
Today I thought I would share with you these amazing DIY gold desk dishes because who wants a boring, uninteresting desk when, for very little effort and money, you can have a glamorous and inspiring desk that actually gives pleasure!
Since marble and gold is the hit of the season we have brought you our very own version of glam office décor, with simple instructions on how to cover a lever arch file and give it a contemporary vibe in gold and marble.
There is quite a trend going on for decorative accessories (usually in gold) of various creatures and insects and we think this is the easiest and cheapest home accessory, EVER!
I have just received a wonderful book, ‘The Crafted Garden’, that perfectly complements my obsession with my garden and expands on ways to bring indoors the glories of nature. The ideas range from a woodland display to terrariums to making an alpine theatre. There are so many wonderful ideas, but here’s a sneak peak of some of my favourites.
Most objects have several uses if you think outside the box a little and it makes your home just that little bit different and quirkier, as well as making great presents. We all use calendars and teacups so I thought let’s start with a couple of ideas for their alternative uses.
When is a chair not a chair? When it’s filled with a dazzling array of colourful plants. I love to see objects that have been repurposed and given a new lease of life, so I thought doing a how to on making a chair planter was a lovely idea for summer.
Hanging planters are a big trend right now and I did google macramé but it looked like some form of slow torture, involving a lot of fiddly knots, (no, not Fifty shades of Grey) so decided to give that a miss and think of other ways around hanging my lovely greenery, and my goodness was it easy to do, no Girl Guide knots for me!
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