Eco-Friendly DIY Craft Ideas to Enhance your Interior
When it comes to home interiors, DIY craft is one of the ways to create eco-friendly decoration and furniture ideas. This can be accomplished by recycling old furniture to give them new finishing or by reusing things you’ve already owned at home for different purposes. You can also start thrifting at the local store to avoid purchasing new items.
Transform your old fabrics by stitching them together into a big and cosy quilt. You can reuse your assorted clothes with fabrics made of wool, flannel, and corduroy—but feel free to use whatever similarly weighted fabrics you have in hand. You can be more creative by combining different fabric colours with a similar hue.
Plants in Glass Bottle
Glass bottle are a quite a beautiful type of container to grow many of your favourite plants. A composition of bottled plants make excellent indoor focal points, especially when planted with colourful and different shapes of foliage. You can reuse your empty wine or champagne bottle or even those unused glass jars sitting in your kitchen cabinets. As an added benefit, plants are natural air-purifier, which makes a perfect ornament to be placed indoor.
DIY Candle in Teacups
Every home has those unused antique teacups lying around somewhere. You can repurpose them as candle vases filled with wax from those nearly finished candles you’ve previously used.
Antique Chair with a Little Twist
Many interesting eco-friendly DIY projects almost always involve a piece of old furniture in need of some love and attention. And all it needs is some paint and imagination. No old furniture in your home? You can find second-hand furniture in some online marketplace for your next DIY projects. By curating and upcycling some old furniture, you can create a cosy Boho or shabby chic interior for your home.
Specific scent combined with a well-designed interior can totally improve the experience of being in a room. Create your natural aroma diffuser from things you already have at home like essential oils, dried fruit, potpourri and other aromatic natural materials. You can place them on a small tray or in a transparent jar that can also become a nice décor for your home interior.