EASY DIY

Up­date your home with five fast, fun and af­ford­able style projects for the bed­room, liv­ing room and home of­fice.

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Tools at the ready! We’ve got five great projects to keep you busy over the week­end.

KNOT CUSH­ION

No sewing ma­chine needed for this on-trend cover: sim­ply fold and tie for an easy, on-trend look.

STEP ONE Lay the fab­ric on a large work sur­face. Place the cush­ion in­sert in the cen­tre of the fab­ric.

STEP TWO Start­ing with the lower third of the fab­ric, fold it over the cush­ion in­sert.

STEP THREE Fold over the top third of the fab­ric.

STEP FOUR Fold the cor­ners of one end of the fab­ric to cre­ate a tri­an­gle shape. Re­peat at other end.

STEP FIVE Pull ends of fab­ric up over the cush­ion. Tie in a knot.

STEP SIX Tuck in ends of fab­ric to com­plete the look.

IN THE PIC­TURE Chicago 2-seat lounge in Light Grey Weave, $1399, and Chicago arm­chair in Light Grey Weave, $799, from Life In­te­ri­ors. ON LOUNGE Ice­landic sheep­skin rug in White, $235, from Hides Of Ex­cel­lence. Jer­sey Vel­vet cush­ion in Dove Grey, $39.95, from Do­mayne. ON SIDE TA­BLE Sum­mers In France book, $49.95, and Is­land Style book, $75, and ar­ti­fi­cial mon­stera leaves in Green, $22.95 each, from Opus De­sign. Fyr­faldig mar­tini glass, $2.99, from Ikea. Miss Fenty “Diamond” sculp­ture in Gold Leaf, $15, from Raw Luxe. Ce­ment Round large planter in White Wash, $19.95, from Do­mayne. Ar­ti­fi­cial mon­stera leaves in Green, $22.95 each, from Opus De­sign. ON WALL La Rose Mur print (50cm x 70cm), $89.95, from Olive Et Oriel. Mossebo frame in Oak (50cm x 70cm), $29.99, from Ikea. ON FLOOR Cowhide rug in Cham­pagne, $360, from NSW Leather Co. Home Repub­lic “Mon­ste­ria” ar­ti­fi­cial plant (60cm), $49.95, from Adairs. WALL PAINT Taub­mans En­dure low sheen in Hi Ho Sil­ver, $67.95 for 4 litres. FOR PROJECT 150cm cord fab­ric, $14.90, from Rem­nants Ware­house. Fjadrar cush­ion in­sert, $7.99, from Ikea.

In the wash It’s easy to wash and re-tie th­ese cov­ers when they need a freshen-up.

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