If you live in Vancouver, you are privileged to experience the thirteenth month here. I call her “June-uary”. Don’t get me wrong. I love the rain and I know September more than makes up for the lack of sun in what is laughingly called “summer”. But really, we are blessed because Spring is a time…
In anticipation of spring weather, I have been searching for DIY stands for my growing collection of plants. Here are 5 versions of a classic mid-century planter, all of which would tuck neatly into a corner or next to a window — and all of which you can make yourself. 1. Two-Tier Plant Stand 2.Small Wood Plant Stand Modernica 3. Low Wooden Plant Stand 4.Plastic Tub Plant Stand 5.
DIY room to room: Weaving - The House That Lars Built
I’m loving all the weaving projects going on lately. They’ve taken the traditional methods and modernized it with a beautiful new palette. DIY woven wall hanging (Photo from here but see a similar method here)DIY woven chair from A Beautiful MessDIY woven rug from A Beautiful Mess See more DIYs for your home here
How to Build a Custom DIY Floating Frame for Artwork
This inexpensive painting ($40 on eBay) needed a frame, but I didn’t want to invest the money in an expensive custom job. After doing a little research, I came up with a DIY floating frame that’s simple and modern, and very easy to make. This particular painting was done on a masonite board, but the plan can be modified for wrapped canvas as well. 1″ x 2″ lengths of wood (in actuality they are about .75″ x 1.