A recycled toddler table and chairs DIY, sound-absorbing wall tiles, a ladder bookshelf DIY idea, a whimsical cloud shelf, and a fun idea to make your wooden spoons oh-so-much prettier!
You never know what treasures you might stumble upon while out for a stroll! Dina of Honey + Fitz came across a mini table and chairs set that a neighbor was tossing out, and with a little work — and paint! — she transformed it into this adorable chalkboard top table and chairs set for her son Knox. How cool is that?
If you’re baby is a light sleeper, then you might have found yourself day dreaming of ways to soundproof the nursery so that nothing can wake baby up. These modular hexagonal wall tiles, conceived by Form Us With Love and manufactured by Träullit Dekor, are made (in Sweden) from wood fibers mixed with cement and water. They have sound-absorbing properties that can actually improve the acoustics of a room, and are available in a variety of colors and can be assembled in various patterns to create a unique mural on your wall.
Photo by Sharyn Cairns for Inside Out Australia. Image scans via Dust Jacket Attic
We love DIY projects that give old items new life! Check out this retro bookshelf made with an old ladder and a few painted pieces of wood. It’s a funky and functional piece that can be made at a minimal expense.
Shelves in the nursery are a must in order to keep things organized or add a decorative touch to the walls. This custom cloud shelf (found on Etsy) is perfect for doing both! The whimsical cloud shape and the functionality of a shelf makes this a great buy for your little one’s room.
Add a pop of color to your kitchen with this fun and easy diy! If you’re a color lover and have been looking into an easy and affordable way to add some fun into your kitchen, then look no further than this painted wooden spoons diy from Little Bit Funky.