During the height of the pandemic, many of us had a bit (OK, maybe a lot) of extra time on our hands, and to cope, a lot of us picked up a few new hobbies—some in the form of crafts. While crafts and handiwork are excellent ways to keep ourselves busy during downtime, they're also wonderful ways to channel our creativity into something beautiful, also worthy of displaying in our homes.
This increase in crafting has naturally spun off into its own home design aesthetic—meet craftcore. This decor trend celebrates the homemade decorative arts that some would argue have been overlooked for far too long. It also coincides with fan-favorite styles like cottagecore, which became a way of life for some people during the pandemic pause and beyond.
Craftcore not only allows homeowners to display the fruits of their creative labors, but it also allows you to fawn over one-of-a-kind decor that'll make your home unlike any other. If you, too, want to add elements of craftcore to your space, read on for some tips on adding touches of handmade designs to your rooms—even if you aren't an avid crafter.
Craftcore elevates the many different handicrafts that soared in popularity during lockdowns—and weren't considered very cool or trendy beforehand. Their popularity was also fueled by TV shows like Bridgerton, in which characters embraced traditional techniques like embroidery. But craftcore encompassed more than just soft goods—art forms like woodworking, pottery, and painting can all be a part of craftcore.
Creating has now become a social activity as well, something to share with a community. There are stores where people can learn traditional crafts—from making candles to weaving their own rugs—as part of an experience instead of
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Among all the hobbies you could choose to engage in during your free time, gardening should definitely be top of that list. The therapeutic feel and connection with nature you get to experience even while enjoying the fruits of your labour is one of its enticing perks. But all this might just be an added advantage if you're focused on the beautiful landscapes and serenity it creates.
Garden pests are troublesome and often turn out of control if not treated on time. Here’s one simple trick for you to make your pest combat easier – Pour Water Over Crushed Garlic, then Spray it on Your Plants!
The wide world of plants is fascinating and diverse. One interesting thing that some plants do is mimic the shape, color, and general appearance of something else. Plants that look like other things are sometimes random and coincidental, but others have resulted from evolution to get an advantage. Regardless of the cause or reason, these whimsical plants are fun to grow indoors as houseplants or in the garden.
As the warm days of summer start to fade and the chill of autumn begins to set in, it makes us start thinking about transitioning our beloved outdoor plants back indoors. For those wondering how to do it, here are the best Tips to Follow Before Bringing Your Houseplants Indoors in Fall.
Q: I have a beautiful Clematis montana that I planted in my garden many years ago, but it’s now got too large and is threatening to pull down an old garden fence. Can I prune it back hard without damaging the plant? AL, Co Longford
Each new year brings with it plenty of design trends to get excited about—and if you're longing to incorporate a new look into your space without giving it a complete overhaul, you'll want to keep reading.
Fall is a great time for garden chores. This is the time to clean up before winter, protect vulnerable plants, and wind down the growing season. This isn’t the right time for all tasks, though. Know what to do with your garden in the fall and what not to do — for instance, what plants should not be cut back in the fall — to best prepare it for next year.
Why do plants get sick? The simple answer is for lots of reasons, many of them similar to the reasons why we humans do. Take, for example, poor diet. Just as it’s one of the root causes of disease, poor growth and reduced life expectancy in humans, so it is with plants.
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