Cane furniture is making a big comeback: We are seeing more and more furniture like this in designer collections and sometimes even on screens. Such items add a retro (70s!) Feel to the rooms and an outdoor feel while being warm and cozy like any wood. If you’re looking to make cane furniture and don’t know what to create or renovate, here are some simple ideas: you can find storage pieces, chairs, and even a way to add cane to any piece of furniture you like. Get inspired!
Do we love cane furniture? Yes! The usual price? Not as much. If you’re looking for a statement on a budget, this clever IKEA hack might be the solution – who doesn’t love IKEA hacks? The IKEA Ivar cabinet is so simple that it’s pretty much the perfect candidate for a makeover. Throw in a stick and you have a cool piece of furniture that you don’t need to break the bank. Remember, this DIY includes saws, drills, and other tools. If you don’t own them, we recommend speaking to your local hardware store to see if they can cut your cabinets for you.
Fabric and cane furniture is having such a moment right now, and this piece makes it easy to see why! This stylish piece of pipe is an alternative storage solution for all dishes and glassware in every kitchen – it only takes up a small corner. You don’t have to spend a lot for the piece, it’s rather budget friendly and cool. Paint it any color that suits your space and enjoy the light feeling outdoors!
IKEA is someone hacking? Here is another IVAR cabinet hack, inspired by the rattan cabinet from the IKEA Stockholm collection and mid-century modern style. Rattan, wooden furniture, bamboo, warm notes, and craftsmanship – so cool and so trendy for now! I love gold ring pulls that add more of that retro style that is so hot right now.
Here we have a renovation of a piece of cane furniture – take an old item and freshen it up for a cool and chic look. It’s painted white and freshened up with a few extra details. I love that the cane is left in its original color to give the chair a more rustic and natural feel. It can be a dining or home office chair, it can be suitable for a bedroom or a living room – give your room a trendy touch with cane furniture!
Do another renovation of the cane furniture! Here is a vintage cane chair that has been converted into a bold chair with a strong vintage and shabby chic feel. There is a bold floral pillow and a matching embroidered floral back, and the whole piece is painted white. The look of the chair is pretty bold and cool – who could imagine a cane chair could be turned into something like that?
This cane chair is elegant and sophisticated – it’s a white cane chair with refurbished striped upholstery, and its original mid-century modern style morphed into shabby chic and vintage style. It doesn’t take much time to renovate, and if the original upholstery is fine you can leave it as it is. Read the tutorial and add a bit of vintage elegance to your room!
The last project isn’t an exact piece, it’s a whole tutorial on catching furniture yourself. The easiest way to transfer the pattern onto furniture like this dresser is to use caning sheets as stencils. This is a quick and easy tutorial to add an edge to your space. Have fun!
Autumn is just around the corner and it is high time to prepare for it - for school, for study, for work and other things. If you have young children, you can make your kids feel like the season is changing by giving them simple, fall-inspired toys. Slime can be a great idea for sensory play, and you can brush it up for fall to give it an fall color, scent, and look. Here are some DIYs to try out!
The cool weather, the clothes, the pumpkins, the food and of course the leaves. In honor of the love of autumn, you can also inspire your children with some autumn slime. If you are making this fall slime with the leaves, you can also use pumpkin pearls in the slime or a mixture of the fall harvest pearls that includes leaves, scarecrows, sweetcorn, pumpkins, and acorns. If you really want to do the extra work, you can separate each one and give each child a different set of beans so one child can get the sweetcorn beans while another gets the pumpkin beans. When you're done, you can add a few days to your game by storing your slime in an airtight container. This slime can hold in the containers for a maximum of a week before the kids lose interest, so it may last even longer!
This fall slime recipe is a perfect science and sensory game when the leaves start changing color. Enjoy slime as it is or dress it up for the season or holiday like our fall-themed slime. Kids love slime and so do adults! This fall slime recipe is so quick you can stop at the grocery store and pick up what you need today. You can even have it already! As we engage in the sensory slime game together, we will have the opportunity to talk about Thanksgiving and what it means to be grateful while our hands are busy.
Most kids love to play with slime! It keeps her busy for so long and it's a great calming gaming activity. With just a few supplies, you can make this fall slime in under five minutes! I love its shiny and bright look and the touch of autumn sparkles in the slime. This activity is ideal for children aged 2 and over. Please do not allow children who put objects in their mouths to play with slime.
This fall DIY slime recipe is so easy to make - you can make it in under 5 minutes! Funny DIY slime idea for the fall and fall seasons. Homemade cinnamon slime recipe that smells amazing. This slime DIY is made without borax - yes, you heard that right, no borax! This is glitter slime loved by kids, teens, and tweens. If you are looking for the best slime recipes and you don't want a slime to fail, this is the slime for you! This slime is mushy, stretchy, and smells wonderful.
Slime is a fun sensory activity for kids of all ages. It's also a fun science activity to do with preschoolers. You can talk about mixtures and chemical reactions. This cinnamon-scented fall slime recipe is perfect for your fall activities. Add any type of fall vase filler (pumpkins, leaves, apples, etc.) to match your fall themes.
When fall is almost around the corner, make slime this fall for the season. It's so simple that in no time my daughter whips it and then the hours of play begin. If you're looking for some fall indoor activities when the weather changes, being outside isn't ideal, this is it! You can add almost anything to this fall slime to make it seasonal. Here you can see some plastic sheets. As you get smart, there are a few more ideas you can throw around.
Are you looking for a fall-themed craft to keep the kids busy? This 5 minute fall slime is quick, easy, inexpensive and always a huge hit! This simple slime recipe makes a nice and firm, non-slippery and sticky shape that is putty-like and great fun. The more you work on it, the more solid it will be. When not in use, store it in an airtight container and keep it away from the carpet and upholstery.
Here is amazing fall slime with gold glitter and fall leaf confetti that looks and feels like fall! This is a very quick and easy craft that you already have at home with the ingredients. I love its fall color and lots of glitter - it feels very autumnal!
Give pumpkin slime as a unique Halloween gift idea that every child will love. This is a great idea for those who don't want to hand out candy or want to do something special. Plus, all kids love slime so it's really a win-win! Dress it up as a pumpkin and all of a sudden you have a simple Halloween gift idea that is perfect for kids of all ages. These also make great favors for your Halloween party! Kids will love this slime, and their parents may love not having so much candy for the vacation.