Well I do hope that you all have a spring in your step and are ready to tackle some of that DIY around your home and garden. Here is April’s edition of the home and design round-up. I will be showing you what some of the UKs nifty and thrifty bloggers have been up to!
First of all, I thought I’d show you how I’ve been getting along with my summer house project. I’ve been sprucing it up for the last month, and have just completed the interior. How do you think I did?
Anyone else addicted to IKEA hacks? I’ve got two great ones to share with you this month. First up, is Hello It’s Gemma with her step by step guide to how not to attempt this IKEA hack. I love that she shares how her technique could be improved, so we can learn from the mistakes she made. I have to say I love the table and the map covered table top, and I’m ordering a vat of mod podge as I type!
Things seemed to have gone plain sailing (at least at the planning stage) with this IKEA hack bedroom makeover from Maflingo. Jane has been taking the home interiors blogging world by storm with her IKEA hack and DIY posts, definitely one to keep an eye on!
I’ve been more than a little excited to see how these two bloggers have been getting on with their amazing magnetic walls. Perfect for so many different rooms of a house, I am seriously considering one of these in my office area. Read all about the process and results on Making Spaces and A Residence.
More makeovers now with this Kitchen makeover from Girl In A Hard Hat. Look at the difference to the light in the room, a huge improvement! A pop of colour is was what was called for in this toddler bedroom makeover from Mr and Mrs T plus 3.
Just as I was about to publish this post, I noticed one pop up in my feed from one of my favourite bloggers, Karen at the The White Approach. Well this is such a different style to I’m used to Karen showcasing, but I love the industrial style makeover of her twin boys room. Who knew rubber flooring could be used so innovatively?
That’s all for this month, I’m off to grab a cuppa in my ‘she shed’ and maybe have a snooze.