DIY home & interior – nature style

Hi Peaches 🙂

I’m currently loving the natural interior look and even more loving that you can actually make a lot of home decor yourself from nature’s own treasures.

Here’s a little inspo post with nature interior projects 🙂

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Note:
Do not use a glue gun when attaching the twigs to the glass.
The glue will melt once the candle is lit and the twigs will fall of.
Use a non-melting glue.

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tree sculpture

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Go find some driftwood in any odd shape that you like, drill a couple of holes
and stick it to a piece of flat and stable kind of board. Et voilà! A homemade tree sculpture!

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These acorns are felted, but I would prefer to collect some real acorns and paint the bottom gold
and put them in a bowl or high glass vase on my sofa table.

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diy wooden table runner

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Okay, maybe you can’t find popsicle sticks in the nature (surely not clean and pretty ones)
but I still think this project adds a bit of nature looking decor to your home.

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nature decor

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Really anything in a glass vase counts as decor, as long as you like it.

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diy wooden art ball

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A homemade wooden art ball! How cool is that?!
All you need is your glue gun and small wooden sticks.

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coconut candle

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Make your own candle light in an empty coconut shell.
Very cute if you ask me.

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medicine bottles

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Fill old medicine bottles with a piece of nature, handpicked by you.
Psst! Seashells, dried seaweed and sand looks awesomely cute in bottles!

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I hope you enjoyed these ideas ❤

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XOXO
Frida

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Keywords:
driftwood, seashells, diy, crafts, home, interior, nature, acorns

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