Check out these concrete pendant lamps you can make at home! I have to admit these look pretty slick and would look nice above that breakfast bar. The folks at Homemade-Modern bring you this great DIY.
This wall art is brilliant and beautiful. I’m sure we all have a few scraps of wood laying around the house, or can find some. Turn them into something colorful such as this awesome modern wall art! Check out the DIY instructions at Salvage Love’s website.
These small diy concrete planters are pretty sweet and easy to make at home! Definitely one of my favorite projects and you can get pretty creative by finding some cheap plastic decorative bowls like Jenny did at her blog at www.littlegreennotebook.com. Check it out for the full tutorial on how she made these concrete planters.
This Chrysanthemum Mirror is pretty sweet looking and who would have thought it was made with spoons, glue and paint! Very cheap to make and looks great! Check out the tutorial on Addicted to Decorating and let us know how yours turned out!
The modern style of this unique mobile comes from Finland where they were created from straw and used in home decor to celebrate the beginning of Winter Solstice. The geometric design is called a Himmeli from the Swedish word ‘himmel’ meaning sky or heaven. They are thought to serve as good luck for the future.
Modern TV stands are expensive. Good thing is, you can build your own for a fraction of the cost! Check out this How To on making this nice looking media cabinet. It’s definitely not an easy project but the outcome is worth it!
If you have a small spot you want to brighten, these wine cork magnet planters are just the answer! It is the perfect way to reuse some of those old wine corks you have been saving for a diy project and they are so cute! They would also make great gifts for coworkers. Cheers!
My house is full of brass – door knobs, light fixtures and fireplace surround. Replacing the door knobs and light fixtures is easy, but I had no idea how to update the fireplace until I found this tutorial. It looks like most of the work is in prepping. My fireplace doesn’t have as much brass as the one depicted in this tutorial, so once I get beyond the prep work it should be fairly easy. Wish me luck!
I have seen these hemp pendant lamps in stores, but considering that I wanted three the price became too expensive. So, I started searching the internet for a tutorial because I knew they could be made cheaper than I could purchase. When I found this tutorial, my problem was solved. The natural color of hemp blends with my decor; however, you could use white or colored string. As for the bouncy ball, you could use any size balloon on up to those large punching balls. Use your imagination and have fun with it!
Don’t let the artwork on this beautiful wall art intimidate you. If you are like me and can’t draw a straight line, even with a ruler, you can always use a vinyl decal and create the same look. dearbeautifulyou.com shows you how!