In the mood for DIY interior design that’s big on style? Try out our ideas for turning IKEA products into personalised pieces. We’ll show you how to create unique dinnerware, storage shelves, coffee tables, and cabinets. And instead of buying something new, why not transform what you already have?
Cement tile with bold patterns have been very popular recently. If you’re an HGTV fan or an avid Pinterest user, you may have noticed them popping up in a lot of places, such as bathroom floors, kitchen backsplashes, and entryways. From left to right: Cement tile backsplash photo from
Chances are you have some leftover tiles or broken pieces of tile in your home from previous renovations and remodeling projects. They're just sitting
You have probably seen many designs of boho tiles in the world of decoration since there are of all colors and sizes. But have you ever imagined them on a table? We automatically think about boho tiles on floors or the walls. If it was the only thing that came to your mind, let me open up a little more about the panorama. You can use boho tiles in many ways, and if you want to get creative, you could use them even in lamps, benches, etc. In this section, I bring you some examples of tables where you can find boho tiles included in their design. Outdoor tables The terrace or the patio is an ideal place to use this type of table since they give it a fresh touch and freedom sensation. Besides, they work as a focal point of your decoration. It would undoubtedly be unique. Coffee tables I found coffee tables of all types and sizes. As you can see, the tiles are pretty good (I dare say) for any table, from a rustic pallet to one with Scandinavian-style carved legs or metal structure with an industrial look. Accent or side tables You could put these tables up in a small reading space that you would like to have, somewhere in your house. Do not doubt they would bring personality to that reading or relaxation corner. Until the next post, Alexandra Disclaimer: This post contain affiliate links marked with *
Blue and white is an inspiring trend that never seems to die. Popular with the Hamptons style lovers, these colours can find a fit in most homes. My heritage is Dutch, and I grew up having a close affinity with Delft blue. I have some beautiful Delft plates given to me by my Grandmother, which […]
So you’ve all seen that mosaic tile table I built earlier this week sitting in the courtyard seating area. This was one of those “couldn’t find exactly what I was looking for so I’ll built it” DIY projects coupled with a “make it up as I go along” strategy. I knew how wide, long, and tall I want ...