Home decorating can be a difficult task at times. And you might feel like the house is fine, the atmosphere is great, but you just want a relaxing vibe from time to time. The best solution I can think of is scented candles. They will not only relax your senses, but candles can sometimes work […]
We all enjoy strangely satisfying videos and things that run smoothly, such as kinetic sand, slimes, and so on. But you know what the best one is that we can do, and it will make you feel like ooooh… this completed a part of me. It’s called Resin art. Personally, I love how in the videos, once you’ve decided on your design, you just pour the resin on the art, which goes very smoothly layering it up. I know what you’re thinking: these are divine sensations.
Macrame is a textile-making technique that employs knots to create a variety of textiles. Since this art form has regained popularity in recent years, crafters and artists have devised new ways to use macrame that go beyond the traditional plant hangers and wall hangings.
Macrame is everywhere! The combination of Boho and Minimalism creates a warm but chic look. How did this much-maligned 1970s relic find new life in the twenty-first century?
The thing about anything resembling 1970s decor is that it was not a particularly prosperous period for Design. Avocado green was used throughout the rooms, from the carpet to the walls to the bedding, with splashes of harvest gold completing the look. Yuck!
While those colours can stay in the 1970s, Macrame is making a comeback, adding comforting texture to white walls and contrasting beautifully with lush green plants.
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