Boho style is ruling the world right now and even if you’re not just into boho play, there are various boho accents you can add to your space. One of the easiest ideas is to hang some pieces on the wall, and thread wall hangings are number one among them. It is not difficult to make such a yarn wall hanging and your room will be cooler and brighter. I advise you to check out such crafts for yourself below.
What can be more boho than tassels? Ombre tassels only! In this tutorial you will learn how to create a simple, very bright and chic wall hanging with dip dye tassels in a bold shade. The project is very simple: you take a stick and put tassels on it – do different lengths for more attention. See the source for more details on the craft.
This colorful statement wall hanging is adorable! It shows how to turn a couple of embroidery frames and light-colored thread into a chic wall hanging that has catchy shapes and bold colors that don’t go together. Vary the lengths, colors and shapes and create your own masterpiece.
This super brightly colored, almost neon colored wall hanging is not only suitable for a boho touch but also for Valentine’s Day as this is an arrow. Pom-poms, tassels and fringes in different colors hang from the arrow. You can vary the colors and each element chooses something, get inspired!
If I told you earlier that a craft is a statement, it wasn’t! This is a statement! This oversized boho yarn is just hanging, it takes up an entire wall and is made of wooden boards and lots of colorful yarn – it’s kind of a color block. Make this wall art as big as you want and enjoy the bright colors and looks.
If you love rainbows, make this cool wall hanging. This is a little rainbow with super long and colorful fringes. Just take a piece of wood and paint it to imitate a rainbow and then attach the yarn, it’s easy and fun. Attach the item to the wall and voila!
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a whole arrangement of various colorful wall hangings using yarn and plywood. The idea is simple: you take a piece of laser-cut plywood in the shape you want and then add colorful fringes of yarn – for as long as you want and as much as you want. So easy and so cool!
This super creative woven thread hanging consists of a mop head, so amazing! Take a new mop head and just add some yarn of different colors that will weave all of the pieces together. Vary the colors and the look and decorate your room with this unusual work of art.
Make some cool boho yarn hanging to decorate your wall! This piece is made from many types of yarn of different colors – make as many tassels and braids as you want and just hang up the fringes to create your own piece. Hang it on the wall to give your room a slight boho touch.
This simple wall hanging looks very boho-like and very stylish: it consists of a large metal ring and dip-dye fringes, which are decorated with colorful wooden beads. It doesn’t take long and the effect is really cool! Get inspired.
A leather sofa is a stylish solution for most spaces and it goes perfectly with many modern decorating styles. If you haven't bought one yet and want to weigh the pros and cons beforehand, we're here to help you decide. Here are some of them!
Leather sofas are not as easy to care for as one would initially assume. For leather sofas, use only a mild soap and water solution to wipe the sofa and use leather cream every few months to keep the leather of the highest quality. It's also easy to wipe off pet fur as it won't stick to the sofa.
If you spill something, all you have to do is wipe it off. With lighter colors of leather sofas such as white or cream, you should still be careful not to avoid stains from red wine or curry.
A leather sofa does not absorb odors in the same way as a fabric sofa. Good for pets or smokers.
Leather is a naturally thick, durable material. Scratches on the leather can be covered with a little leather polish and leather will not fray.
The biggest deterrent to many people is price. While the value for money will last longer, the initial cost of buying a leather sofa can be daunting.
You may have children or pets who enjoy jumping or playing on the sofa. Leather sofas may be far less forgiving than upholstered fabric cushions for rough living.
If you're not a fan of leather, don't compromise on comfort and hope you get used to it. If you feel cold on a leather sofa in winter and sweaty in summer, it's not worth it.
Real leather is not all created equal. You need to know what to look for. Some real leathers scratch and scrub with little effort, but good quality real leather is far more durable. There's also less variety in terms of colors and patterns.