As you might have noticed, I love to create the most simple things in something that I can use to decorate my home. This one is very ease to do and the result is actually surprisingly nice! Take a few clothespins (if you want to you even can paint them a nice color) and attach them to the wall with double-sided tape. Easy as that!
I’ve been crafting this week with the result of a towel-holder. Might nog be the thing you really need the most but it definitely looks nice. I can imagine that you are wondering what in the world you could do with a towel-holder but you will be surprised. For example, it’s nice for the bathroom but also in the guest room, bathroom, tea towels, you name it! I remade a clothes hanger and bent it in a new shape, that’s all actually. You should try it!
This home made kitchen-memo is very nice and easy to make as well! For every new week, you can just rip the old week off and start all over! For outside the kitchen, you can use it as a mood board or to write a cute memo on it.
To make it, you have to cut the coat-hanger in the middle lower part (make sure you take a firm coat-hanger, otherwise it won’t last very long). I bought this paper roll at Ikea. Put both sides of the coat-hanger in to the cylinder and your done! Easy as hell!
I can tell you, this lamp will give a lot of reactions when people are coming over for diner. After a while, I’m used to it but I have to admit that it can be a little distracting when a bucket comes out of thee ceiling. But it definitely will give your interior a industrial look and it’s a very good budget design!
At first you will need a old bucket which you can buy at a flea market, a flex, tie wraps, a bayonet cap and of course a light bulb.
Ok, here it comes:
Drill a small hole in the bottom of the bucket where the flex can fit trough. Attach the bayonet cap on one side of the flex and put the tie wrap tight on approximately 1/4 of the cord from the bayonet cap. Thread the cord trough the hole of the bottom of the bucket until it can’t get any further because of the tie wrap. The only thing left is to attach it on to the ceiling and your done!
Just a little side-note: makes sure it is high enough or above a table or something. I made the mistake once and a lot of tall guys went home with a sore forehead.