Industrial lighting is just that, industrial. We’re not talking about the flashy and the cleverly designed but about the basic and yet quiet and pretty-the-chicken feet. And the easiest way to show you how you can build your own industrial light fixture is, of course, by repurposing things. For example, you can make a lamp specifically designed specifically for industrial spaces. You can make a few wooden elements to use in your project and they look really charming.
On the occasion that you gave a thrifting set a makeover with some neon-colored napkins, check out this DIY headboard featured on apartmenttherapy. The supplies needed for such a project include the napkins, some black craft paint, a paint brush and some book pages. You can do something similar for your own headboard if you’re feeling extra organized.
An old sweater that’s still fresh and fragile is where a makeover can really help. We’re not talking about replacing it with new one but about giving it a makeover so its original vintage patina can totally take over the headboard. The fact that you can actually preserve the original shape and design and make it still look stylish and complete helps a lot.
used clippings from home interiors would look great on a headboard that has a really cool frame with an interesting pattern or design. The headboard can be the base on which the miniature furniture has been built. All the tri-colored yarn pom-poms combined would look pretty spooky, especially during the day. Head, a set of twin-sized pom-poms in two different colors, covers a nine-panel canvas which you can actually craft yourself.
If you’re looking to get a trendier idea of textile textile makeovers, you can find a readymade one on the internet. It can involve parts of a fabric piece and some practices from cloth. For example, you can spray-paint the headboard a fun color and use a stencil for the pattern (or mixing and matching to get a unique design).
A rather different idea would be to turn some old clothes into patio headboards. You don’t even have to cut holes in the lip of the frame if you’re happy with that. Simply repurpose a piece of fabric, cut out a pattern and sew it closed at the end. You could also put together a lovely headboard that you can display on a wall or wall-mounted shelf.
Speaking of DIY headboards. It’s great for the bedroom and dining room and requires no skill other than basic crafting skills and good, thick straw cloth (you can also use plastic straws for this).
In addition to all the typical craft and home appliances that you’d normally find in someone’s house, also plenty of other things like a saw, a drill, a screwdriver and a saw are also needed. This garage extra is just right for building a tool storage shed. You can hang it or just place it on its own shelf and it wouldn’t really steal the attention away from the beautiful features of the interior design.
How about a small storage shed for your garage? You can use some of the reclaimed wood siding you keep in your house and you can build a special storage unit to keep all your tools. You can give it any shape you want and you can definitely make a cool organizer out of reclaimed pallet boards. It should be a fairly small structure so you can let its crafts and structure center on it.
This is another rustic, farmhouse-style shed and this one has a sunbrella panel which gives it an authentic look like the original tin shed but with a much more rustic and barn-inspired look. If you look at the shed from the distance and look closely at the old posts, you can see that the frame and walls are clad with pallet wood. It’s sturdy and you can repurpose as a miniature house plus it looks nice.