An upholstered bench is a great piece for a modern home: it can be used in bedrooms, entrance areas, bathrooms, and many other spaces – literally anywhere you want. If you don’t have one and don’t want to buy them, it’s high time to check out the handicrafts we’ve collected – these stylish benches complement different types of decorating styles.
If you are the type of person who obsessively collects fabrics and textiles, you are likely to come across the common mystery of how best to display your treasures on a daily basis. With this simple upholstered bench DIY you can transform your favorite piece of fabric into a functional piece of furniture that is easier and cheaper to make than you might think. The best part? No sewing or carpentry skills are required. If you can use a stapler, you’re golden. Plus, these hairpin legs are a hot furniture trend, get inspired!
This bench is the perfect seat for your entrance area and can be adapted for any room. This is a perfect do-it-yourselfer for any home as it not only allows you to work with a wide variety of materials like fabric, metal and wood, it also gives you an equal dose of function and fashion. Comfortable seating is always required in my home. So create a project that allows you to make changes if you want to use a new fabric color depending on the season or mood. Also, keep in mind that this project is completely customizable. So if vintage isn’t your style, go for a different look for the legs.
Without IKEA hacks we couldn’t go any further, IKEA is love! A stylish and glamorous piece, this IKEA hack is made up of VittsJO nesting tables from IKEA. This metal bench IKEA Hack is the best because it serves as a modern storage unit and comfortable seat. This DIY marble gold coffee table IKEA hack that is very similar to this DIY hack except you add a pillow and fabric to it. This is really easy, and you can complete this project in around 30 minutes.
Do you need a comfortable bench with plenty of storage space? Then this tutorial is for you! This storage solution doubles as a seating area and offers space for all your children’s toys or other items. The craft includes IKEA section cabinets and leather handles for a clean and contemporary look.
Here is a project for those who have a farmhouse or who meet rustic meets vintage interiors. This beautiful vintage wooden bench has an open storage space and cool printed cushions. Such a piece is a perfect solution for a shabby chic or vintage room. The tutorial will show you how to make the whole piece of wood. It will take time, but the result is very stylish and cool.
This project really surprised me to show how different things can look after a good refresher. An old and boring country-style bench turns into a chic and modern solution for higher legs – exactly what you need for your entrance area! The seat is covered with printed blue fabric and placed on larger legs. Although there is no additional storage space, it looks cool and is comfortable.
Here is a super stylish entrance bench, which is covered with bright orange fabric and makes a statement in any modern interior, especially in a neutral one. This bench makes a great entrance seat, coffee table, or resting place for the foot of a bed. I love that this is a waterfall bench, which means it is completely covered with a single piece of fabric, adding an edgy touch to the room.
It’s time to create something really cozy and rustic, and this is a DIY padded X-bench! I love its original aesthetic with a subtle vintage feel! It was originally intended for a chic, rustic bathroom, but this would also be a wonderful addition to any bedroom or family room. You can make this bench longer or shorter, but if you want to make it taller or wider you will need to adjust the length of the legs and the angle at which they are cut.
This chic bench was originally made as an extra seating for the dining room, but of course you can use it in several different ways. It’s quite long so if it’s too much you can adjust its size. I like the combination of vintage wooden legs and brightly printed fabric that really shows off. If you love them too, make one yourself!
Here’s another gorgeous dining room seating solution – an amazing tufted bench with contrasting legs that adds a sophisticated touch to any pace at which you use it. I love its super soft seat and the tufted look is really timeless. Get inspired!
If you love to cook and can't live without it, you probably have many recipes to choose from. If you don't want to just keep them on your computer, you can print them old-school or write them on recipe cards to share with your friends. To make this idea a reality, I'm sharing some DIY recipe cards with free printables - just choose the design you like and make it!
Bring back the nostalgia of the days before the internet with these free printable recipe cards! To save your favorite recipes or to customize and give away to friends and family. The great thing about being able to enter your own recipe is that you can print out as many copies as you need, so you don't have to spend an hour writing 5 copies of this sought-after cookie recipe that all of your friends are asking for For.
In this tutorial, not only will you get a simple and cute free printable version of a recipe card, but also information on laminating to get your favorite recipes for yours. You can design your own recipe card with your family's recipes, laminate individual cards especially for you to preserve, or just download the author's favorite recipes!
If you give away baked goods, a recipe card is the perfect addition to your delicacies! Another great gift idea would be to print out a whole bunch of cards with your favorite recipes and display them all in a recipe box!
It's that easy! Just download the recipe cards and print them out. You can just hang it on the wall, a cabinet door, or anywhere you feel most handy during the cooking time.
Yoshi's Cookie has long been a favorite game of this author. These printable cards contain five cookies based on the designs in the game. Bake them all!
Here you will find minimalist recipe cards that you can personalize as you wish. The good thing is that they are a standard size so you can easily put them in your recipe box. You can of course personalize this by adding different details where you want.
On the day before the Internet, recipe cards in all colors, sizes and handwritings filled our family recipe folder. Some were legible while others were filled with scribbled text from family and friends. Although this folder still contains some of those ancient fonts, it now also contains a variety of Arial 12pt computer-printed recipes. Print out these cute cards and fill them in - write on the computer or with a pen!
These cool and convenient recipe cards in red also have matching gift tags, making it a great gift for anyone you love. And of course you should definitely do something for yourself, get inspiration!
These simple and cute cards are made in calm shades of yellow and blue with envelopes. In fact, if you want food photos for example, you can replace the covers with others. The cards are pretty simple and will help you memorize all of the recipes you love.
These botanically-inspired recipe cards look more vintage-inspired, with flowers, leaves and twigs printed. You can change the colors if you'd like or leave them as they are.