We love wicker and rattan items for so many reasons: they add beautiful texture and dimension to a room, they come in every shape and size under the sun, and they have a beach / boho feel that we find irresistible.
Wicker gives a beautiful structural contrast – and relaxes any room it is in. A pair of wicker stools can tone down the formality of a sofa, and an ornate peacock chair adds instant bohemian chic. Not only is rattan incredibly strong and sturdy, but it can also be stained or painted like any other wood. If you want to add a wicker or rattan touch to your interior space, you can buy or build furniture, or opt for lights: they’re pretty easy to make. Here are some lampshades you might like!
This is a fantastic tutorial on how to make your own gorgeous chandelier out of a wicker shade or even a basket or bowl! Such a pretty chandelier fits not only indoors, but also outdoors. He looks very boho and very cool. Make your own!
A basket lampshade is likely a DIY one that you could actually pull off. You’ll need a woven basket first, although any type of natural fiber container could work. Then you need a couple of hours and only two supplies left. Find out how you can make a woven pendant light yourself, at a much lower price than you would spend on buying a new pendant light.
This is the story of how to make a pendant light out of an old basket using just that $ 10 used cart that we found along with two other simple supplies. Fortunately, for anyone wondering whether there is a total fire hazard, paper lampshades or lanterns and other woven basket lights are completely safe as long as the lightbulb does not rub against them and everything has room to vent.
You can turn almost anything into a light these days. As long as you can pierce the top you can make one. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to turn a simple threshold basket into an elegant lampshade and add a rope to make it look more rustic. Read how to do it and give the room a sense of nature.
Turning items into lamps is easier than you think. You just have to have the vision to see that an object can become a light. This project will teach you how to make a basket lamp from a wicker plate cover by adding some details and then just hanging it up wherever you want. The craft is quick and easy, some quick drilling is required.
This airy lampshade is a great piece to add a beach feel to your room! It’s made from a rattan lantern and the good thing about it is that the lampshade lets in a lot of light – it’s just a grille to cover the bulb. Read how it’s done and enjoy the crafting!
Ready to make a pretty lampshade? Then you need a woven basket or basket of your choice and a little patience! Since this will hang as the focal point in your home, it’s okay to be picky about this situation. Take the time to search thrift or vintage stores for the perfect basket that has the material and shape you want. Another important thing: try to find a basket with a hole in the bottom based on the weave pattern. This way your cable can be pushed through without damaging your new lampshade. Read the tutorial to find out how to turn your basket into a lampshade.
The peasant style is timeless, everyone loves it very much and it can be modern or vintage. You can incorporate this style into any room in your home, including a kid's room. Today we are discussing how to incorporate the style of a farmhouse into your nursery decor, take a look at these ideas and make your nursery very cozy!
Colors and styles
Farmhouse style doesn't always mean just using it. You can mix it with other styles too: rustic, industrial, modern, vintage, minimalist, glamorous or even boho. Once you've decided on the main style and the touches of other styles, it's time to start thinking about colors. Farmhouses are usually available in neutral or warm and muted shades. However, you can also try contrasting color schemes like black and white, graphite gray and white, hunter green, white and gray, and others. A contrasting space can easily be softened with lots of wood, potted plants, and a variety of textiles, especially layered carpets.
Furniture and decor
Go for farmhouse style at its best! Rock reclaimed wood walls, brick walls, checkered textiles and details, potted plants, layered carpets, anything to do with wood, wicker, rattan and plywood to create a good mood. Choose furniture based on your style - if it's a modern farmhouse, go for modern furniture. If it's a vintage room, go for something vintage and shabby chic. Don't forget about the decor which is sure to help create a mood and ambience. These can be pretty gallery walls with rustic and vintage elements, huge metal letters with your child's name on the wall, marquee letters, etc.