Terrys Fabrics have decided to start a light hearted look into the world of interior design and the errors that can go on as a result of this. To that end， we proudly introduce the Friday Faux Pas - A light hearted look into how not to decorate your home!personalised birthday gifts
All of the images you will see are readily available on the internet and found with a bit of rooting around to see how people choose to decorate their home. There are some truly questionable DIY disasters out there， from a toilet and shower combopillow cases home decor， to this， our first interior design faux pas.
So why have we chosen this particular image？ If you have to ask， then you may be missing the point. Regardless of your choice of design， a matching sofa and wallpaper combo is to be avoided at all costs. You want to be able to find your furniture in the room at all times， as a basic requirement. So what would we do differently？
Simply break up the similarities. Either get rid of the wallpaper or the same pattern on the settee. Preferably， get rid of both! That being said， design and fashion is always a personal affair. If this look works for you， then you go for it! There will be more 'interior design gone wrong' next week with out next Friday Faux Pas
I’ve done it! After all these years of fearing the mess, the unpredictability, the “looking like I just left a Phish concert,” I’ve tried tie dye and I am hooked! I seriously can’t stop searching around the house for things I can dye! I even considered staying home from my Italian vacation this week, just to tie dye! No, actually I didn’t consider that at all but I AM bringing this adorable market/beach tote that I made along for the trip. Here’s how I made it with Tulip Tie Dye…
I have been a BabbaBox fan for a long time and I love it so much, I know you will too. The subscription service from?Babbaco is awesome… each month a box arrives on your doorstep brimming with all of the supplies and instruction you could possibly need to create crafts, science experiments, reading, games, and more with your kids.Each month there’s a theme that unifies all of the elements, a past favorite was “space” where we mapped the phases of the moon every night, created a planet lantern, and looked through the telescope to find constellations. The box on gratitude?was awesome. This month’s theme is “sprouting seeds”, and the box includes a seedling kit to decorate your own pot and plant in it, a Curious George gardening book, a seed sorting & planting activity, and the first craft we did, which was to create flower pens and use them to draw on included coloring sheets…And each box comes with a treat for parents, too.Umm, yes please and thank you. And the bee pollen, such a clever touch for a gardening themed box. We are giving away a?BabbaBox, so find how to enter (and get an exclusive discount code just for Prudent Mamas) after the jump…
Homeowners often wonder why they should hire a contractor when there are so many periodicals they can consult to collect ideas.