We're Loving Fringe: 8 Projects That Show How To Use It Now
Do you still shudder when you hear the word "fringe" — and envision fuddy-duddy furniture that feels out of touch with modern times? After a long period of mid-century modern mania, more classic and decorative styles are re-emerging and — dare I say it — look fresh again. With just a little bit of trim, you can easily soften the clean lines of an old piece and give it a different look. Or you can make something entirely new.
OMG, I love this DIY chandelier made from wood beads. It looks like it may take a while, but it doesn't look hard! I've wanted a wood bead chandelier but they are so expensive. Totally making this.
Get the coastal boho look that has you feeling like everyday is a beach day! To DIY: 1) Attach three embroidery hoops together using waxed thread on the inside of the embroidery hoops. 2) Tie wax thread all around top tier to hang chandelier. 3) Attach white tassel fringe to all 3 tiers using hot glue. TIP: Hang while gluing on fringe. 4) Attach beads to each tier using wax thread. TIP: Use an odd number of beads. 5) Mix and match beads for an interesting look.