These DIY Mid-Century furniture ideas are a great way to add style to your home without breaking the bank! And yes, before you ask, Mid-century furniture is still a big deal! Didn’t you know?read more
Learn how to build a rustic style two seater outdoor sofa for your garden (with the help of a few Sainsbury’s Home Goods!)read more
A 10 step approach to building a DIY trough planter from outdoor tiles. Perfect if you are looking to add a little glamour to your garden or porch this summer!read more
This easy DIY wall desk is a great space saving idea for small homes or apartments! The twin slot brackets system allows you to change things up when you need to – without (wait for it) having to make extra holes in the walls. Bonus!
Learn how to create wooden magnet planters for your mini succulents – perfect for a little green growing nook on your kitchen fridge!read more
A lot of blood, sweat and tears went into this stairs makeover. And paint too.. let’s not forget the paint .
I must have went through every possible shade of grey on this wall before I finally threw my hands up. All diva-like and flustered. White , I said to my husband. Let’s just go with the white paint!read more
Temporary wallpaper (also known as peel and stick or removable wallpaper) is a great way to add depth and character to your home. Here are a list of 14 online companies you can buy temporary wallpaper from! Renters, or non-comitters , this ones for you!read more
These simple IKEA Kitchen Hacks are the perfect way to give your kitchen a customised feel on a budget! Be sure to click through to all the tutorials below and give them some love!read more
A few months ago, I stumbled across the instagram account of Evygenia . You all know I’m a sucker for creative small space ideas, so when I saw her stylish and affordable approach to renovating her tiny flat, I was immediately hooked! I asked Evygenia to come on here today to share her most recent project – an IKEA SKADIS Hack for her mini office space. Enjoy!read more
Bearing in mind that the approximate national UK average for a three bedroom/two bedroom house dwelling is around 76–8m², you’ll understand when I say that sometimes it feels like you are living in a little box (Not a complaint, just a fleeting feeling). In this post I’ll take you on a little tour of my most recent small bedroom makeover and show you how I used every inch of space to my advantage.read more
At the risk of sounding absolutely insane, and most likely causing the raising of an eyebrow (or two), I’m here to tell you today that it’s not a myth- you can indeed wallpaper a floor.!read more
This DIY jute lampshade is a great way to add some rustic charm to your home! It requires a little patience but as far as making your own lampshades goes, this is pretty simple!read more