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His experience certainly shines through this book. The projects range from furniture to accessories and each sparks a huge rush of inspiration. Most of the projects are super easy and the worst DIY challenged person can do them. A few are a bit more complicated, but with some patience, and a little effort are easily completed.
Each chapter features different materials including glass, ceramics, fabrics, metals, and cardboard. Most of the materials are re-purposed in creative ways. I found some of the ideas to be twists on projects already available on the interwebs. Fehentz uses a quartzite stone and vintage dresser handles, giving it a truly artistic flair. As far as unique pieces go, this one does not disappoint. It could be the best convo starter at the next gathering.
Some of the projects featured are wonderful Ikea hacks, using a few of their benches and chests. One project converts a bench into a bookcase and gives it the look of cement.
It would be amazing in an industrial styled loft or perhaps even a man cave. Or try your hand at fabric origami… I love that Peter has captured so many wonderful projects and makes them look so easy. I have been inspired to try a few of these as well as put my own twist on a few of the projects. Share this:.
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