It’s 2nd half of the year day so pause and look back at the last 6 months of 2014. Did you get round to accomplishing all the New Year’s resolutions to redecorate? – No? Not to worry you still have another 6 months to get them done and who knows maybe you need that little touch of inspiration to get you moving in the right direction. Take a look at these amazing home improvement ideas to get your creative juices flowing once more.
Liberty Book Shop
You can never have enough storage; adding a cubby-hole style shelving unit is a great way to maximise floor space and keep things neat and tidy.
Be inspired by your holiday. A new paint colour that compliments fabulous wall art brought back from your adventures will remind you of fascinating places you visited and things you saw all year round.
Franco Techno Gap
It’s not too late to make a new outdoor living space. Decking is usually a fast and effective way to give you an even surface for new dining furniture.
Silver Lining Decor
Give you kitchen a burst of colour by making new window blinds.
House to Home
Changing the knobs or handles on your kitchen cupboards is a great way to give a new look to tired or outdated styles.
A new floor rug will bring a new dimension to your living space.
Lucia Victoria Interors
Recover your sofa or a chair in patchwork pieces – it’s quite a project but the end result is well worth the effort.
Bumble Bees and Garden Peas
Patchwork quilts can look amazing and don’t have to be overly complicated unless you’re up for the challenge.
A modern approach to patchwork is stunning for contemporary interiors.
Not on the High Street
Knitted throws are bang on-trend and if you promised yourself one last winter and didn’t get round to making it, if you start now it should be completed in time to snuggle into as soon as the cooler days and nights arrive.
Make your own furniture from rolled by newspapers and magazines. – a great way to recycle.
Lots of odd balls of wool that you don’t fancy making into a jumper? Make them into chairs instead!
The Happy Housie
Recover a light shade to compliment your new décor.