This layering packing tape art reminds me of Project Runway’s Sebastian Grey’s Racial Equality gown (Sebastian Grey won that season). He achieved the color gradient by layering nude on nude using organza in different number of layers of fabric.
This is Design Sponge’s #1 DIY in the past 15 years. It’s cheap, easy, and will make you smile every day. These doors can be hidden in plain site, and you can customize your door with paint and accessories.
For many of us, it’s a time of change; a shift in weather, in temperature, in school schedules, and/or in work schedules. And for some, it’s a time of leisure and relaxation! 🏖️
The changing of seasons always sparks inspiration in me to reassess and to rethink my surroundings and routine! And maybe it’s the same for you, too! Now I won’t be back in school until September, and while I am working more hours in the summer break, I still do have a bit more down time to pursue arts and crafts, which does make summer so much more exciting!
Below are some of my favourite DIY tutorials to jazz up your room:
Hannah, of We Lived Happily Ever After, created one of the most magical spaces I’ve ever seen for her children – a secret wardrobe leading to a hallway made into an secret reading nook/playroom filled with murals, lights, a painted ceiling, a floating book wall, and so much more. There are so many DIYs and DIY inspiration pieces, so please read her post where she has posted so many photos and gives a tour of the space.
My artist’s heart went a little wild in this space. I shared a lot of the progress on my Instagram Stories, so many of you watched this project transform from a blank hallway to the magical secret room it is. If you want to see all the projects & how we did most everything (I’m sure I’ll post some blog posts with the DIY’s on here too), you can go to my instagram page: @WELIVEDHAPPILYEVERAFTER and I have most of those videos saved in my highlights under “Narnia.”