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Tutorials: DIY Mid-Century Home Decor

Thursday, November 3, 2011

These past few days have been spent cleaning, organizing and making plans for winter projects. This may sound completely insane but I'm in less of  mood to sew clothes lately. I really do want to spend some time making my house a beautiful, fun home. Here are some projects that I've added for my winter diy list. Click the links for the full tutorial for each project.

An atomic wall clock made with knitting needles from The Naughty Secretary Club


Retro pendant lamp made from paint sticks from Enjoying the Simple Things

Sputnik mobile using photo holder and Christmas ornaments from Old Brand New

Give your sofa a 50's style makeover with new legs, button tufting and throw pillows from Our Mid Century
My sofa is a cheap microfiber sectional from Weekends Only. It already has a basic 50's shape and simple little legs so I think some tufted cushions and pillows are in order!

Mid Century inspired wall art using toilet paper tubes from Growing Up Creative You could use some different paint colors and arrange these into interesting shapes for a totally unique, vintage look.
wall art

5 Responses to “Tutorials: DIY Mid-Century Home Decor”

  1. My favorite is the paint stick lamp shade! If you hadn't of told me it was made of paint sticks, I never would have guessed!

    Thanks doll,
    The Glamorous Housewife

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  2. I love this!!!! Especially the knitting needles clock!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good gift idea, too. Thanks, sugar, this is a great post!

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  3. Thanks for showing my pendant light. I love your site and will be coming back all the time!

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  4. Oh, thanks for the fab tutorial! I couldnt believe that was paint sticks when I saw it. Youre a genius! :)

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