Sometimes when your space is small a little bit of look can go a long way to making your home feel more personalized or thought out. These Eames-inspired glassware is just the right amount of fun without feeling over the top.
Sometimes diy projects can feel a little overwhelming and seem a little out of reach if you aren't into power tools or have a stocked craft closet. This simple glass etching look needs only a hole punch and a craft knife in combination with a little contact paper to keep your lines clean.
If you've never etched glass before, the folks over at Curbly have done a great job of creating a simple project that has some serious super star results. You can take this on with glassware you already own, or pick up clearance or thrift store finds to test it out on!
• Get the full tutorial over at Curbly
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