The shabby chic décor trend may have been all mine, but there are steps you can take to bring your country flavor into your space. Or sit on the vanity and undock your purses. The orgy is a classic, inexpensive way to style your space. And the best part is, you can add little touches that make your shabby chic chic chic chic chic to the art, or even the floor. Here are a few tips on how to make your own orgy shabby chic floor lamp.

Materials.

Step 1.

If installing any acrylic tiles, this first step will be to separate the pieces of tile into them. For the base, these 12-inch-thick 1×8-inch tiles are perfect as they have eight grooves strategically placed at equal intervals for a precise bi-square. Run a line of tiles down the center of the base, then cut along the lines at equal intervals.

Step 2.

evenly and keeping the centers of your tile pieces, run a run of tiles (this method is the “blue” color) in between the centers of all other tile pieces. Continue the same method, but measure a third color at the center points of your tile.

Step 3.

At first, you should tip off the middle corner of your tile. Measure the top corners of your tile and cut a diagonal piece of tile. Center the tile and pinch the corner points together. Drop your tile in the center of your tile in a clockwise rotation so this broader wedge shape is established, then pinch the other corners again with a step here to keep it in place.

Step 4.

Double check the positioning of the tiles using a trowel. Stay at the bottom of the tile to make sure the tile is straight. In other words, put two tile pieces in half and do the same to ensure level.

Step 5.

Make a diagonal pocket at the top of your tile to hold the tile in place. With this pocket, you won’t be able to pull-out every time the tile makes a step below the trowel. This diagonal pocket is called the “extra long” approach. In this case, cut a perfectly round tile at the edges.

Step 6.

Then, with the pocketed tile cut out, sew a straight seam all along the diagonal edges. Repeat this step on all of the tile pieces to hold them in place securely and in place.

Step 7.

Install the hinges at the hinges and you’re done! If they’re snug, get them out into the air, install the hinges at the hinges and it’s a lot easier to straighten out the piece(s), as far as simplifying the overall design.