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T H A N K Y O U
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About the Lone Fox
Lone Fox’s Drew Scott—not the Property Brother—is part of a new wave of interior designers bolstered by social media who are carving out a space in the industry for the realm of 20- and 30-somethings who perhaps rent their spaces and operate on a smaller scale financially. This untapped market segment is reclaiming their sector of the industry that previously overlooked them (and doing so on a budget). Scott, like many of his youthful counterparts, does not look at the prospect of decorating a new space with the same notion of logistical or financial barriers to entry that many of us do and instead favors a solutions-based approach—if you can’t afford it, simply do it yourself.
On Scott’s Youtube channel, which boasts over a million subscribers, you’ll find in-depth videos that detail at length the process behind his favorite DIY projects alongside his favorite decor tips and tricks. He takes inspiration from pricier items at some of your favorite home decor retailers and recreates them at a much lower price tag, often adding his own twist in the process. The results are typically rather impressive, and Scott even champions the perception that his projects may sometimes appear homemade—that’s what makes a space interesting. “No one else is going to have that piece,” he explains. “It’s your own custom item you created.” If this appeals to you, we’ve asked the up-and-comer to divulge everything you need to know about DIY projects, from what to keep in your kit to knowing when it’s time to concede and buy the original item.
Perks of doing something yourself:
“I personally like making things myself because it’s normally cost-effective. Second of all, it’s one of a kind. No one else is going to have that piece. It’s your own custom item you created. With DIY pieces, you can typically kind of tell it was handmade unless you do a really incredible job, and I like that factor. I think it adds a little personality to your space and doesn’t make everything look store-bought—prim and proper and too perfect. I like the mix of handmade against items with that store-bought vibe.”
You can always DIY:
“Throw pillows and, honestly, a lot of decor and wall art, as well. Almost all wall art that I ever use is DIY because it’s really easy to paint an abstract painting or create something with a punch needle tool—same with throw pillows. I love just getting simple blank throw-pillow bases at Ikea for $3 or $4 and stitching a design on it or tie-dyeing them. I’ve done a ton of tutorials on that in the past. A lot of small pieces—which is why I’m saying throw pillows and decor—are the ones I think you can save a lot on. I also feel like those are things people really like to change a lot. People don’t really change their bed or their nightstands all the time, but people really like switching up their decor and their pillows and wall art. Those are easy things to incorporate new colors or new, trendy styles with.”
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