The weekend is the best time to get stuck into the jobs that didn't come to fruition over the course of your week. We've come up with a few easy ways to spruce up your home, without breaking the bank or having to buy completely new pieces of furniture. Now that the seasons are changing, it's also a perfect time to change up your interior's colour palettes. We're leaning towards soft golds, warm oranges and soft sage green.
DIY Project #1. Framing Prints.
Add colour and pattern to your walls with these Nodi Handmade Organic 'Lines' A4 Prints. Available framed or un-framed. Nail and hammer, necessary. (Image above)
DIY Project #2. Festoon Lights.
Make your windows glow a warm white by hanging up a string of Festoon lights. When it gets cooler, bring them indoors and hang them on your wall, preferably somewhere cosy. The light they give off is just beautiful.
DIY Project #3. Colourful, Cosy Throws.
Throws and blankets are the easiest way to add a pop of autumnal colours to your living space. Be as bright and clashing as you wish! We love the mixture of these two Missoni throws, a patterned Missoni Husky Throw paired with a Missoni Olav Marigold Throw.
DIY Project #4. Fairy Lights in Vintage Jars.
DIY Project #5. Shelving.
Clean up your bench and cabinet top space with these beautiful Brass Shelves by Joska & Sons. Available in two sizes, they're perfect for displaying picture frames, vases, keepsakes and books. Easy to assemble.