Blue is a very popular color for home renovations of all types and styles because it is chic, compatible, and many people love shades of blue. Today we’re sharing some ideas on how to incorporate this color into your home office decor. There is a reason for this: blue is a great color that lets you stay focused yet relaxed enough, perfect for working, isn’t it?
As I said above, blue is a great color for almost every style from the farmhouse to the minimalist. It may be difficult to incorporate into Scandinavian or shabby chic, but it is still possible so the style of your home office doesn’t really matter. What you really need to consider is which shade you are going to use: lighter tones are more relaxing and casual, while dark midnight and navy blues, which are commonly used, can make you feel a bit annoyed, but navy is the number one color for accent walls create, and it looks great. Are you going to use your blue on all of the walls or just one? Are you going to do most of the room in this shade of blue? Find out before you apply blue to your home office.
Blue goes great with many other colors, from any neutral color that makes it appear fresher and bolder, to super bright colors that appear in such a background. Dark tones are also welcome to create a very sophisticated and chic look. Bring some shiny metals like gold or brass to add glamor to the look and enjoy!
Christmas is still a long way off, but it is always better to prepare beforehand! Today we're sharing amazing burlap crafts for Christmas: not only are they cozy and bring warmth, they're also very budget friendly. Let's see what you can do.
What could be cuter than these burlap decorations? These are simple enough for kids so this makes a perfect family craft for Christmas. You can find burlap in craft stores, but you may find an old potato sack or rice sack with pretty patterns on it. You have enough fabric to make a whole set so make a lot of different shapes and sizes.
Burlap is great for making a simple garland - just put burlap on top of cords for ruffled burlap garlands! Want to find out how to make it disheveled? Read the tutorial.
This cute little gingerbread man is made from stiffened burlap. Just add a few details and it will be an adorable addition to your Christmas tree!
This small canvas wreath ornament with a deer silhouette is unique. First make a wreath of wire and cover it with burlap, then attach a silhouette.
This cute little reindeer is easy to make and can be used as an ornament, gift topper, or even a fun gift. It doesn't take much more than a few basic craft supplies to make one. You can even change this to use supplies that you have on hand. For example, if you don't have burlap, you can use felt or paper. You can use pompoms instead of buttons or thin ribbons instead of colored hemp or twine.
It's hard not to drool over the simple and elegant stockings from places like Pottery Barn, but the price can make the cost hard to justify, especially for a large family! These simple burlap stockings are easy to make but have a touch of elegance that is practically catalog worthy.
This wreath is so easy to make that you can have a wreath that will stop the show in minutes. You will need a foam wreath, cover it with burlap and attach some sturdy flowers.
Make linen bags for favors and stamp them with brightly colored fir trees. Add a doorbell and keep your guests happy with your favors.
This mini chalkboard sign is made from burlap stenciled with polka dots, from chalkboard stickers, and then you can write something on the signs.
You can easily make several of these homemade ornaments in one sitting, and they would make lovely gifts that would be appreciated for many coming Christmas! Read more about the materials and tutorials in the source.
This burlap Christmas wreath is really easy to make - you only need a few things to get started. Take a foam wreath and cover it with pieces of burlap. Then add bells of the color you want.
Sometimes it's the simple things that get our attention. And what can be simpler than a burlap-covered ball with the Christmas cheer?
Make a Christmas tree skirt out of burlap. This one has lots of ruffles and two colors, but they can be of different colors, just keep in mind that it will take some time and it can be messy.
Do you need a pair of stockings for Christmas? Make the stockings with burlap and dress them with an off-white satin to add a little elegance. Add a little pine cones and fallen leaves for some bling.
Create a painted burlap vase out of sack of grain to decorate this Christmas. Great for flower arrangements, ornaments, small trees and more. These easy-to-make craft are a great way to add a touch of country charm to your home for Christmas.