DIY : a plant hanger with IKEA Heat trivet

To bring a bit of nature into your home when space is lacking, a plant hanger is ideal.

Do you remember the dreamcatcher I made with Virgile? I wanted to create my own plant hanger with natural and simple materials, and make a statement decor of it. Mixing wood, cork, cotton and wool in soft shades, it dress up an ordinary kitchen corner. Sunshine rays pass in the dreamcatcher while a lite breeze is enough to turn the cork mobile

Nevertheless, this plant hanger is 150 cm high but this DIY project can easily be reduced. It’s also possible to replace trapilho jersey by rope for a different effect.





It has hardly been a week since we came of New Zealand. I have a lot of photos to share with you but I feel a bit frightened that you make an overdose. And what if I mix posts on this trip with other topics ?  Might it be a little more digestible isn’t it ? I have DIY projects that only ask to be realized – so if this plan suits you, I’m going to mix different posts on Be Frenchie.

After the pendant lamp made from a basket, here comes a new addition to the illuminated family; the boxed lamp. Not need to invest a fortune to own a graphic and coloured pendant lamp, an IKEA FARGTON gift box set and 15 minutes in front of you should be enough.