Get a Pinterest inspired wall grid without breaking the bank!

Before moving into my house I was glued to Pinterest, searching for cute (and cheap) ways to decorate my bedroom. It seemed that with every other click a wall grid would crop up and of course, that meant I needed one. I found that many websites were selling their own versions of these but I couldn't find one that wasn't crazy overpriced, so I took matters into my own hands and did a touch of DIY!

Images from Pinterest
This was ridiculously simple to make and cost just a fraction of the price compared to online retailers. To make one all you will need is some mesh panel (you can grab one of these from your local hardware store or garden centre) and some spray paint - of course, I went for copper. I bought both of these from Homebase for under £10.


Bedroom Tour // 2017

I've done it. I'm an adult. I have a job and a new home. It's taken me a little while to get my new bedroom exactly how I want it and now I'm finally ready to share it with you. I am renting a flat that came furnished so I was restricted to how much I could make this room my own. After purchasing few new bed sets and half of IKEA... here's my new bedroom. 
Bedding: Primark // Lamp: Ikea // Leaf cushion: Primark // Black and white cushion: Ikea // Love you to the moon and back cushion: Etsy // Cactus cushion: Primark
Prints: Etsy // Candle: Yankee
Prints: Ikea // Plants: Homebase // Wire grid: DIY // Lights: Primark // Lamp: Homebase // Makeup storage: Primark 
Cabenits: Ikea // Diffuser: Primark