A collection of beautiful plates is a great way to decorate a plain wall. Take some plates in various sizes, patterns and colors and group them together. I love the plates selected in these images as they are playful and they add just the right amount of color.
Messy charting cable are now history! IKEA has created a collection of furniture and home accessories that make charging a lot more available, yet a lot less obvious. These products are called wireless chargers, because that’s what they are: a range of products that make it possible to charge your smartphone, without cables. They blend in beautifully with your home, and can easily be placed where you need them the most. All without having to chase after outlets or hide messy cables. IKEA: “With smartphones being such a natural part of our lives, we want the charging part to become a natural part of our homes. As a result, we’ve created a collection of wireless chargers that make charging a lot more available, yet a lot less obvious (goodbye messy cables!).” You can see the entire range here.
These diy folding letters are great as decoration in kids rooms. You can create names or other fun words. And by using colored paper you can brighten up any room! You can find instructions and templates here. Have fun!
This is a post from last year but these lace Easter decorations are so styling and beautiful that I decided to show them again. You can buy the patterns (there are five different ones) here on Etsy. A lovely DIY project for those who know how to crochet (not me unfortunately).
This gorgeous pineapple pillow is made by Ingrid from Wood Wool Stool. Ingrid creates the most beautiful things, which you can find in her Etsy shop. Good news for those who can crochet and who also would like a pineapple pillow on their sofa: the pattern is available in the Wood Wool Stool shop (in English and Dutch). If only I could crochet…