I got an email from a reader renovating her bathroom, asking if I could post some inspiration for her. And yes, of course. Her you go Maria, and everyone else looking for some stylish bathrooms!
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Welcome to take part in my third "Try this at home!" project! I'm a person who likes to work with a material from nature, because I think it creates a peaceful feeling into our everyday interior settings. It is the rustic sense of the wood that I like the most.
This time I have made a wooden hanger that you can use in different ways and you will discover how easy it is to make it.
Recipe for the wooden hanger:
* 3 wooden poles heigh 180 cm each
* 10 screws
* leather thread
* a couple of hooks
The first thing you do is to cut the ends of the poles in angles which are appropriate for the hanger to stand on the floor properly once it is put together. You do this with a saw.
The next thing you do is that you hold the 3 poles together 40 cm from the top and you screw them together with a screwdriver. You might need help from another person when you do this. The distances between the bottom of the poles should be around 50cm.
Once the poles are together you simply wind the leather thread over the screw marks to cover them. And the last thing you do is to screw in the hooks on the wood where desired.
I hope you enjoyed this wooden Try this at home! project as much as I did. I'm sure you will find this wooden hanger very usable and a nice detail in your home. See you next time April 18th when I will share a new springlike idea!
Today's Saturday Sweets might look like a weird mix at first glance, but in my head it actually makes complete sense. You see, I'm planning to steal some space in one of the kids' rooms to make a home office for myself. I haven't decided yet who's room I'm going to invade, there are three to choose from.
Lo's room is very small, so I think she will get to keep her tiny space to herself. Nemo has the biggest room, but it's in the basement, so it has very little natural light. Sebastian's room has lots of light, even a small balcony, and we have just started renovating it so it's going to be very nice and bright when we are finished. I wonder what he would say about me moving into his freshly decorated room? I doubt it would be very popular. I feel a bribe coming up... Any suggestions on how to convince a 10 year old boy to share his room with his mom?
A crazy mix of eye candy today, enjoy!