Posts Tagged ‘furniture’

Got it covered

We love these clever woollen vase covers handmade in Ely, Cambridgeshire, which are even more eco-friendly when used with an old plastic bottle as the vase! Each unique felted design is created from upcycled old cashmere and wool jumpers, blankets or boiled wool combined with shredded silk scarves and waste from sari production. The covers […]

Chalk this way

Created to be affordable yet durable, Presiman Designs Chalk Effect Furniture Paint comes in 11 beautiful colours, from on-trend greys to vibrant red, blue, yellow and green, and they can be mixed to produce a rainbow of shades too. With a carefully selected blend of minerals to create a perfect finish, these budget-friendly paints come […]

Weather it well

Vintage Rocks Interiors new Texturising Talc allows you to achieve a rustic finish in just a few easy steps – you simply mix the talc into their Chalky or Liquid Kohl Paint and mix until it is thick and forms peaks. Then apply with a stiff brush, stippling and stodging as you go to create […]

Sieve Topiary Pot

When your kitchen sieve comes to the end of its life, turn it into a frame to train plants around for a pretty feature in your garden. Get started on this project by Almie Louis. You’ll need a copy of Reloved issue 54, available to order online and download directly to your smart device. Upcycling […]

Fabric Cottages

These cute little houses by Debbie Shore can be sewn from fabric remnants and make a delightful window decoration. Want to get cracking on this project? You’ll need a copy of Reloved issue 54, available to order online and download directly to your smart device.

Gold-patterned glassware

Here’s a simple way to create an elegant, quirky and unique set of glasses for your next party. Want to try this project by Moorea Seal? You’ll want a copy of Reloved magazine issue 54 then! Order yours online today or download a copy to your smart device with just a couple of clicks.

Beautiful creature

Recycled fabrics become a canvas for wildlife-inspired artworks With a lifelong passion for drawing and a textiles design degree under her belt, it was a beginner’s falconry course that made Emily Smalley realise she wanted to focus her embroidery work on the natural world. ‘I spent a lot of time studying birds of prey and […]

Love wood workshops

The Somerset Bodgers are running a series of woodworking courses from April to July at the National Trust’s Tyntesfield property in North Somerset, giving people a chance to learn traditional woodcraft skills and make beautiful handmade pieces to take away, including a Celtic three-legged backstool and a carved wooden spoon. You can get the whole […]

Wow-factor walls

Looking for a really unique look for a feature wall? Head to Woodchip & Magnolia for a stunning collection of bold and beautiful designs. Headed up by Nina Marika Tarnowski, a self-confessed wallpaper, pattern and colour addict, this family-run brand definitely knows a thing or two about how to create the perfect surface design. Nina […]

Batik-inspired stencilled laundry box

The combination of bamboo, indigo blue paint and a batik-style pattern give this simple laundry box by Nicolette Tabram a lovely southeast Asian vibe. You can get started on yours with the tutorial inside issue 53 of Reloved magazine, available to order online and download directly to your smart device. ‘This technique can be used […]