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DIY the Style: Projects Inspired by Courtney & Eric’s Echo Park Charmer

updated May 3, 2019
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Courtney and Eric have a laid-back California vibe, and their 700-square-foot home reflects their desire for a relaxing space to come home to at the end of the day — one that counters hectic Los Angeles life and traffic. Here’s how to DIY three elements of their Bohemian vintage-style bedroom.

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1. Fiber art wall hangings are everywhere these days, which makes finding a DIY version pretty easy. If you’re worried about the time and effort it takes to make a real woven one, then take a look at this no-weave example from The Kipi Blog. She’s got a clever shortcut that makes this project pretty quick and easy.

2. Courtney & Eric’s light looks like a Target product (available for about $20) but you can easily make a DIY version of the cage light, which you can customize with your own cord and colors for about half that amount. And it’s almost as easy as walking into a store and handing over your credit card. Grassroots Modern has the low-down.

3. Burkatron made a modern minimalist plywood nightstand with basic hairpin legs inspired by Urban Outfitters furniture. It would fit right in with everything else going on in Courtney & Eric’s bedroom.

To see more of this bedroom, and the rest of the space, check out the entire tour of Courtney & Eric’s Echo Park Charmer.