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There’s nothing quite like a good DIY project to get those creative energies flowing and your hands dirty.
And what’s more rewarding than transferring that stylish design you’ve been fantasizing about from the realm of inspiration to the reality of your home? Margaux Follis, an Australia-based French designer, did just that.
Creative genius @thefrenchfolk behind this design is an experienced interior designer who thrives on bringing unique ideas to life. Guided by the belief that personalization and personality are vital aspects of interior design, she embarked on this DIY journey toward a remarkable bedframe.
To start the design phase, she sketched out a basic plan for the sphere legs, carefully considering their positioning. For the bedframe‘s durability and aesthetic appeal, she decided to use solid wood. She sourced custom-cut sphere legs from a online carpenter, ensuring the highest quality materials.
The assembly process was simple, with each sphere leg securely fastened to the bedframe. The finishing touch was a generous coat of wood stain, accentuating the wood’s natural grain. The end result was a beautiful bedframe that flawlessly combined traditional design with a modern twist.
Experiences like these remind us of the joy and excitement that home improvement projects can bring. They encourage us to challenge the status quo, not to shy away from trying something different.
No piece of furniture is complete without a personal touch. Customizing your furniture is like putting the final stroke on an artistic masterpiece—it showcases your unique style and breathes life into your space. Adding distinct details not only upgrades the aesthetics but also fosters a deeper connection between you and your home.