Are you sick of cheap furniture which always looks the same? Are you longing for curvy furniture, furniture with as many drawers as you want, which adapt to the special shape of your home? Do you want customized furniture but can't pony up the custom furniture price? You can do it: with cardboard furniture. I'm convinced this is the way of the furnishing future for Homies.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of crafts posts.
I KNOW IT'S ALMOST FALL, okay? But I just finished my partner's V-Day gift and, well, it's pretty nerdtastic. I thought it would be a good share.
I found a new-old picnic basket for $3.98 while out thrifting. A little work and now I have a craft center I can pack up and put away at a moment's notice — and it looks cute both open and stored away!
These spice racks seem so useful, but I've never figured out what to do with them. Cynthia to the rescue with a pink rehab into a craft caddy.
Sponsor Francis Ellis Candles has stepped up to fill our grown-up, high-quality candle needs. They are more than a hobbyist chandler; each batch of wax goes through 75 laboratory tests. That jumps out to me as a good way to know that Frances Ellis Candles knows what the eff they're doing.
Lenore scored a bazillion beautiful buttons and needed a way to store them which didn't eat up valuable shelf space. Her solution is lovely, and effectively makes each shelf twice as functional.
Craft your own handmade paper flowers with Sandy's illustrative step-by-step photographs and simple instructions. These flowers are large, colorful, and add a bright highlight to walls that's easy to change up.