Shop our instagram

Shop our home

Knowlton and co.


Treehouse + Cabin







Treehouse + Cabin






Treehouse + Cabin



Shop our instagram

series: Shop our home 

Shop our instagram

series: Shop our home 





Shop our instagram

Shop our home

Knowlton and co.


Treehouse + Cabin



Where we shop  

Design Consultation

15 ways to decorate with twigs. Simply gorgeous.


There is something to be said about decorating with sticks.

It’s a STICKY situation.


#DIY : 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Sticky  situation


It makes you feel a bit like Pocahontas.

 A wild child.

 Living in the woods.


It also causes you to think outside the decorator box.  Keeping it simple.  Yet beautiful.  Inexpensive, but not cheap.  Well thought out, yet organic looking.


Pocahontas |ˌpōkəˈhäntəs| definition :

An American Indian woodsy gal with long flowing locks of hair, a plethora of gorgeousness, living an eco-friendly life.   And a Virgin.


What would Pocahontas do with twigs?


1.  She would surely make furniture :


Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Cedar  Twigs  &  Branches


I technically tried to make this furniture.  Once.   This is why I drink.  Did you know that twigs can sprout wings and fly ?  They can in my world.  Pffft.  But look how they land so nicely on all four legs.


 A well trained chair :

Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni


As a designer, I like the visual of the twig furniture in certain settings.  Like a treehouse.   Sitting in one is a whole different story.  If you take the sitting risk….get ready for the most uncomfortable chair on the face of the earth.  Just sayin’.  Pack some junk in your trunk.

 You need a lot of padding for a twig chair.  Like a truck load.

The good news : A twig furniture class can be therapeutic.  Great fun to do with a gal pal. Take wine with you.   It will help you forget that your butt is numb.


2.  Pocahontas might even build a fence :

Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

How  brilliant  is  that?


A little warning:  Keep all kids at a good distance from this fence, if they are looking for a marshmallow stick.  It’s super unique and made with FREE building supplies therefore it gets a high score in my books.


3.  How about a Bird Feeder?

It looks easier than making a twig chair.


Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Tweet  Tweet


Hey, while we are tweeting, you can find me here on twitter.

4.  Jewelry holder :

It speaks for itself.  This little DIY is a snap to do.  You could also create it with old metal buckets, sap buckets, your fine china vases…whatever.  Pour concrete into a vase, stick in a twig branch (support it)  let it dry …and VOILA.  No more monkeys in a barrel for your necklaces.


#DIY : 15 Ideas for decorating with #twigs. Gorgeousness. A must read blog post via @lynneknowlton

Necklace PEACE. Twig to the rescue.


5.  Twig style of lighting:


A driftwood version:

 Driftwood light with an Edison Bulb.

You can buy them from West Elm.


Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Driftwood  Light


This next idea is not technically a twig.  There is a default excuse.  There is one in the background.  Why have typical lighting ?


It is bamboo.  Or something twig-like.  We wallpapered the ceiling, and painted it white.  Wallpaper is from Home Depot.  Paint is Benjamin Moore – Chantilly Lace OC-65 in a semi-gloss.  Linen curtain is from West Elm.


Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Bamboo  Light


6. Dear Swiss Family Robinson…


 I am sure they would have thought of this :

Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Hide  a  post  with  Bamboo !   Saahweeet  idea !

Not rocket science.  Not high tech.  Not main stream.  Yet…. Simply beautiful.

7.  Imagine this idea for an outdoor space, garden area, lanai  :

Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

How  gorgy  gorgeous  is  that  ?!!


Does that make you want to live in a grass hut ? With twig window coverings.  Dream life.


8.  This signage is a DIY twig no-brainer: 


Wood background, painted white, slap on some twigs.



Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Twiggy  Love


9.  How about a fence with a funky sheer curtain AND twigs ?!


But of course.

Talk about peaceful. Simple.  Understated.  Different.  Cost effective.  Great privacy idea.

Ok, I can’t think of any more adjectives.

Very cool concept.


No one will see that you are highballing cocktails every night.


Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

It  may  be  beautiful  to  even  paint  these  twigs  in  creamy  white.

10.  Lighting.  With a stick.  A very long stick.  Ok, Bamboo.

There are some seriously ugly crap lights out there in the retail lighting world.  I love love love SIMPLE lighting, like the light in this next photo.

Check it out.

A light made with a piece of bamboo.

Freaking  Brilliance :

Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

The  best  ideas  are  the  simplest  ideas


Don’t you wish you were sitting in that sand?  Even if the sand was stuck in your bathing suit bottom?  You wouldn’t care.  The margarita’s coconut juice would take your mind off of your sand filled drawers. Back to twigs.  Damn it.


11.  Little Miss Pocahontas smarty pants would undoubtably make a curtain rod.


A curtain rod.

White Sheer Curtain on rod.  So pretty.

Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Twig  Curtain  Rod –  LOVE


Have you priced a curtain rod lately?  I promise you, some of the ugliest curtain rods on earth are in a store near you.  You may need to take out a second mortgage to pay for them too.

It is redonk. 


 Make one.

 Twig to the rescue.

Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Epic Twiggy LOVE


It is no secret that I have an undying love of twig curtain rods.  Pocahontas and I could absolutely be buds, except I would be jealous of her hair…. Annnnnnd the fact that the ‘Last of the Mohicans‘ was chasing after her in a loin cloth.


A window without a curtain is like putting on a leather thong without the feather.

It just completes the look.



Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

White  painted  twig  with  Linen  Curtain


12.  Rooftop twig madness :


How coolio is this?

#DIY : 15 Ideas for decorating with #twigs. Gorgeousness. A must read blog post via @lynneknowlton

Twig  roof  top  with  Ribbons,  Petals  &  Buddha LOVE


13.  Driftwood.


The sight of driftwood renders me almost speechless.  So soft and smooth to the touch.  Organic.  Full of character.

If I lived near a beach, I would wear saddle bags with my bathing suit while gathering driftwood & shells for F.O.R.E.V.E.R.

Pocahontas would understand.


Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Driftwood  LOVE


14.  Twigs in a vase


Hello …

FREE and so easy to do.

Leave them natural or spray paint them WHITE.


#DIY : 15 Ideas for decorating with #twigs. Gorgeousness. A must read blog post via @lynneknowlton

Beautifully Simple


15.  Twig Loungers :

Need twigs but don’t have a tree?  Your neighbor should be afraid. Very, very afraid.  Lop off the branches when he isn’t looking.  He will never notice that you have a new lounger on your back deck made of his tree branches.


Best #DIY ideas: 15 ways to decorate with twigs. Free tutorial here http://wp.me/p38cMm-1ni

Twig  Canopy  Daybeds  with  Sheer  Curtains


Whateva…if your neighbor has a few less branches on his tree.  You’ve seen one branch, you’ve seen them all.  They all look the same.


He will never be able to IDENTIFY his so-called branches.

Aren’t you glad I’m not your neighbor?

Your trees would be NAKED.

 I would stand there looking all innocent-like.

* I would totally be the one who stole your tree branches *

My bad.  My fault.  Your problem.



PS.  Did you love this bloggy post?  Sign up to the bloggy to get more DIY ideas & funky inspiration in your email inbox every week.  It’s free.  As a special bonus, you will receive an instantly downloadable book of my all time fave photo apps.  Faaaahreeeee.  Sign up and grab your book here.

share this post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. Ana Luz Arzanan says:

    I’m overwhelmed by the beauty of these twigs …the beauty of nature and the God who made it.

  2. Michelle says:

    Your blog was the best thing in my day. I love your spunky and quirky sense of humour.
    If I didn’t live in South Africa you and I could be besties..
    Stuck in New Zealand for 6 months with lockdown, I collected driftwood on the beach and sanded my butt off creating some serious masterpieces, however, I could not bring them home with me.

    I was devastated as each piece had already been allocated a place in my humble abode. I suppose those lovingly handled pieces are now homes for the daddy long legs which is also fine.

    Carry on the great work and tongue in cheek humour. Love it.

  3. IIFYM.com says:

    Thank you for any othe informative website. Where else
    may I get hat kind of information wrtitten in such a perfect manner?
    I have a venture that I’m just now operating on,
    andd I’ve been at the look out for such information.

  4. […] potential.  Want more twiggyness  in your life?  You can get a few more twig ideas here : 15 Ways to Decorate with twigs. Just like Pocahontas.  You can create epic stuff for free.  Nice price […]

  5. Lynn Ronald says:

    How can you make hearts that are open out of branches?
    Also a cross? I want to hag the 2 hearts on a cross?

    Any ideas?

  6. […] and decor wise. Old twigs in the backyard? Bring them in and clean them off. Twigs can be used as decoration in your home, and are perfect for this time of year. Like I said, you can get inspiration anywhere if you just […]

  7. Valerie says:

    I LOVE everything on this webpage. I stumbled onto this website because I wanted coconut twig blinds! You have opened my mind to some of the most beautiful creations I’ve seen. Thank you for sharing them!

  8. farmkiti says:

    I love the twiggy ideas! My wonderful hubby & I are buying a new home, just waiting to be personalized. Everything in the universe got together and allowed us to buy this home at exactly the right time. And then I saw these ideas at exactly the also right time. Whas up with dat???!!!!!

    I definitely (might) get on this right away. Well, I have to throw out a bunch of junk (still sitting in the basement from our last move) and pack up and move and unpack. So the twigs might not happen for a little (long) while. But the great thing is – the ideas are still lodged in my head from reading your blog. And I can always come back to your delish blog when I find out I forgot how you said to do it. So there.

    Thank you so veeeeeeerrrrryyy much for your super creative blog!

  9. marsea ilio says:

    Hello Lynne, I was just doing yet another set of curtain rods from my tree loves (I am a wood carver of women fr. recycled trees) and saw your much ‘cleaner’ version! Thank you!! Love them….and now I have been dancing through all of your beauties with delight. Also, am going to order the gorgeous wooden wheels for our Yemaja bathroom’s door. Will they fit the home depot (embarassing) barn door hardware? Looks kinda tricky to change. For beauty’s sake, I will prevail.
    Do you want to see the Yemaja mosaic floor? recycled tumbled glass painted on the under side with nat. pigment paints? I wish that you were next door!! Big love and ardent appreciation! Marsea Ilio

  10. pam says:

    You crack me up,…an talk my lingo…

    Luv it…..such talent

  11. Anisha says:

    Wow thats fabulous!!! So creative!!!
    Well i was just trying to make a simple frame. But then just painted it with red poster colours and the end result was this slight reddish brownish amazing polished feel!! The whole thing costed me not more tan $5-6!! All you need is patience! 🙂

  12. Anisha says:

    December 2, 2014
    Your comment is awaiting moderation…

    Wow thats fabulous!!! So creative !!!!!
    Well i was just trying to make a simple frame. But then just painted it with red poster colours and the end result was this slight reddish brownish amazing polished feel!! The whole thing costed me not more tan $5-6!! All you need is patience! 🙂

  13. Leona Wenzel says:

    Loved your web site and humor. You are very creative and I’m into twigs and branches, probably because my husband said most emphatically, “no more money on projects!” so I went to making things from what I found out of doors, (in nature). Twig pencils, twig scent sticks, branch candle holders, branch flower pots & holders, etc.
    So I found your elegant style usage of twigs quite refreshing and your humor quite delightful, to say the least! thanks!

  14. Anisha Essop says:

    HI Lynne.
    Your ideas are so cool. At the moment i’m actually spraying a whole lot of branches in white for the centerpieces for my daughters wedding in December. They are actually coming out quite good. Three cheers for me. lol. I just hope they last till December. Hey who knows i might try out some of your ideas. when i have the time. 🙂

  15. I loved all of your projects, being a nature girl myself. I was wondering if you have to treat the twigs with anything before you use them.

    • Hi Ellie

      I have never had to treat my twigs before I used them.

      Cross my fingers, knock on wood… I haven’t had any problems. Now that I said that, I probably will. LOL.

      Have fun !
      Lynne xx

  16. […] A tree branch could look awesome.  A birch tree branch, or something unique. […]

  17. Lupe Ballesteros says:

    Down to earth ideas….I.love them!

  18. Rebecca says:


  19. Diane says:

    I had a new sliding door installed, resulting in a huge window to my flower garden. I couldn’t imagine putting a curtain up, until I saw your twig curtain rods and shear curtains. Love it, gotta have it!

  20. Katelyn says:

    you are hilareous! thanks for the tips- love your ideas! thank you- have a maragrita on me 😉 xo

  21. Shlomo Krudo says:

    You are so creative! I love things made of found wood, I make walking sticks with them. Love your site.


    • Hi Shlomo

      Thank you sooooo much for sending me a photo of your walking sticks that you made for your wife !

      And tell your wife LYNN that I love her name. Except she forget the E. 🙂

      Many hugs,
      LynnE xx

  22. Susan Rossi says:

    Lynne, love your site, love your writing and your thought processes! Hope I have the courage to implement one-half of your great ideas while I begin planning my living room re-do on a budget!

    We do NOT have a budget (what’s a budget?) to refinish hardwood floors on the first floor but want to pull up our old carpet that – well let’s just say it should have its drivers license at this point.

    There was carpeting previously back in the day that avocado green was really popular so the hardwood floors have not seen daylight for a long time.

    Since we have had several dogs that have….you know….piddled on the carpet – we are afraid what the wood would (funny huh?) look like. We would lay down new area rugs SO the big question IS – should we “GO FOR IT” and go shabby chic with area rugs WITHOUT refinishing the floors or just keep the old carpet for now?

    Some how I think we could pull it off but once we start cutting….there’s no going back and no extra money to refinish the floors! Who’s with me???!

    • Tee heeeeeeee Susan

      “your carpet should have a drivers license by now”… hilare !!

      Can you take a peak at your floors ? Is it possible to just sneak a corner up and see how the floors are doing under there?

      Tough question… but I think if it were me… I would rip out the carpet. Carpet holds all kinds of heebie jeebies…. and at least the floor could be a nice fresh start.

      Go for it !

      Lynne xx

  23. Susan Spencer says:

    Loved this! I had to laugh – my neighbours trees are pretty much twigless. I just love them! I hang seashells from branches and watch them dance in the wind – a bit of fishing line and superglue is all you need. Best blog I’ve seen in a long time! Keep up the good work!

    • Thanks Susan,

      Sorry for the late reply. I lost this one in the weeds somewhere.

      I want to come to your neighbourhood and stare at all the trees. I will be able to find EXACTLY where you live. LOL.

      Seashells from branches? Brills idea !!! I’m stealing that one. Thanks ! xx

      PS. Thanks for the epic blog love. *blush*


  24. justsomeone says:

    So, I had the branch ready to hang in my kitchen but was unsure of attachment to the wall and now I’m ready to change to a twig since the hanging was an issue. How did you secure the Y-shaped twig to the wall? It’s the perfect solution and so simple! I’m guessing some super long screw? (insert sex joke here…) Thanks!

    • Oh geesh,
      I guess I took a few months to reply to your comment. LOL. My bad.

      I attached the twig to the wall with a screw.

      Oh my, now all I can think of is ‘a super long screw’ {insert sex joke}

      Laughing out loud. Laughing out loud.

      Thanks for that !!
      Lynne xx

  25. peachyteachy says:

    I have been obsessed of late with the notion of constructing twig FAIRY furniture. I figure that they don’t actually sit, so it won’t hurt their fairy fannies. I am at the collection stage, however, but I think that the lichen-covered bark pieces I find may lend themselves to a Goldsworthy-esque, here-today-gone-tomorrow vibe. I once traveled across the US.Canada border with a branch from our family homestead. The border agent was not a twig aficionado.

  26. Bertye Gluckstein says:

    Where can I buy 2 twig chairs exactly like the ones you have in the picture.I have two which are now about 20 years old and they have rotted . I would like to get 2 new ones. I live in Toronto Canada . Where can I get them ?

    • Hi Bertye !
      I am located about 2 hours NW of the Toronto airport. I have a friend who makes the chairs. If you like, I can put you in touch with her, and she can make them for you.

      You may have to come visit our treehouse to come pick them up 🙂 …. or…. we do go into Toronto every 12 weeks for my hubby’s chemo. We could maybe meet you in Toronto.

      My email addy is lynne@lynneknowlton.com if you want to reach me that way too.

      Have an awesome day!
      Lynne xx

  27. susan griesel says:

    I love these ideas! So simple yet effective. Very cool xx

    • Thank you Susan!
      Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best ones, don’tcha think? And twigs.. ohhhh twigs… I just love ’em for their simplicity. Cheers! Lynne xx

  28. Margaret Williams says:

    Love your ideas! I am writing to seek permission to use the picture you have listed on your site of the children’s chair made from tree branches in a history I am writing about my 3rd great-grandfather; he made chairs like this out of the clippings from his orchard (in the late 1860’s). I would like to put your picture in as an illustration, if you would give me permission to do so.

    Thanks, Margaret

  29. Linda Lytle says:

    I LOVE YOUR SITE!!!!!! Please keep dreaming and creating all of these wonderful dreamy ideas of yours. I want to so badly to make “something” from twigs to go in my dream cabin room I am working on.

    I need a piece to use as a coffee table/side table to go with a sofa. Something whimsical.

    Thanks for your wonderful site!!


    • Hello Linda !
      I just read your comment in my blog. Sorry I missed it before now ! My bad 🙂
      Tell me more about your dream cabin room ! It sounds ahhhhmazing !!!!!
      Did you make your coffee table? If so, send me a photo ! I would love love love to see it !
      my email is lynne@lynneknowlton.com

      Cheers !!!
      PS. thank you sooooo much for the beautiful blog compliment. xx Lynne

  30. linda maher says:

    Lynne, ok, i have the plans from the internet on how to make a twig table. Cant wait to get up tomorrow to look for twigs. I am really excited about this. I used to make jokes about liking twig furniture but i’m gonna do it. Do I need a level? linda

  31. Dr.Time says:

    Tea trees,coffe trees and chocolate trees surrounded by Birch framing.

    Dogwood(Yellow/Red),Birch(White/Grey/Yellow),Aspen,Ash,Cherry and blooming Willow with a brach of Mountain Ash berries? 😉

    Crazy too!
    Yep! I am!

  32. Linda says:

    I said something in my earlier comment that I have to take back: My ex-husband is not “stupid.” That word has no business being in my vocabulary since I have long considered it a cuss word. I don’t know how it slipped back in, but I’m going to have to kick it out.

    What I meant was that he tries to do things that are too much for him (like lifting something heavy) and it knocks him down … but then he tries to do it again (with the same result). Well, I make the same mistakes over and over again too, so who am I to talk?

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Ahhhh no worries Linda
      The way that you phrased ‘stupid’ in your last comment, was in a FUN WAY. That is what matters. If that is a cuss word, then I am in big trouble. I have a potty mouth at the best of times. I am happy that you chimed in and had some fun along the way ! Happy New Year !! xx

  33. Linda says:

    You are one kooky-nut. I love you! And here I thought I was the only crazy wild thing in our universe … and the only twig-loving pocahontas-like virgin (ahem) … well, not a virgin exactly, but virginish. I’ve given birth to 6 children (2 passed on at age 34 and 40), and I expect to retire next year from a very stressful job. In my spare time, I like to gather up diy ideas for my retirement days and I spend most weekends at my former mother-in-law’s home helping her keep an eye on my ex-husband who has liver cancer but still thinks he’s young and stupid (well, the stupid part is true sometimes).
    I have to go look for twigs now. I think I saw some super-looking ones in front of a house down the block. I hope they aren’t home.
    Happy New Year to you and yours. .

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Well nice to meet you from one kooky nut to another. Awesome !! You have had 6 children and work a stressful job ? Wow ! You are my yoda 🙂 Best of luck with finding some fantastic twigs. I bet you will make something gorgeous…just like pocahontas. xx Much love in the New Year.

  34. Betty says:

    Hi Lynne, I live in Orange County.

  35. Betty says:

    Where can I find these twigs? Please help.

  36. Joanne says:

    Hi, I’ve made a few twig chairs, coat hooks, etc., but now I’m getting lazy. Here’s my latest using an Ikea chandelier as the base: http://pinterest.com/pin/209628557626597521/
    Love your blog!

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      You ROCK OUT LOUD. I had that same chandelier and I didn’t think of that !!!!! Where is my third leg when I need to kick myself?! LOL. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your idea. Great job ! Great job !
      P.s. After a long time, if you get tired of it, I wonder what it would look like if you spray painted the whole thing WHITE including the twigs? Ok, I clearly have a white paint obsession. Smack me. Smack me NOW.
      Big hugs!
      GREAT WORK !!

      • Joanne says:

        Thanks, Lynne!! That’s like Martha herself giving me a pat on the back, but even better because you’re Canadian, right? My cottage is near Westport, Ont, and
        even though I love white, I’ll stick with the red for now. I can’t wait to add some fir boughs for Christmas. Take care!

        • Lynne Knowlton says:

          Ohhhh yah, I’m a Canuck ! Fir boughs for Christmas will be brilliant. A little bit of dogwood branches with splashes of red. Cranberries floating in water with floating candles. I can almost smell rum and egg nog from here. 🙂

  37. Marcia says:

    Love your site, Had a ball looking it over and think there may even be some things I can do myself(I am 65) My husband is not ,nor has he ever been a handy Andy.So when I surf the web and fall in love w/something ,I REALLY have to think about whether or not I can accomplish it. I think my absolute favorite is the twig curtain rods, LOVE EM!! I am pretty sure they will be showing up in my bathroom in the near future.and the plus side is, I have woods behind my house!!Lucky me! Keep up the good work.You inspire me beyond words.Thanks, Marcia

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Hi Marcia !
      The twig curtain rods are so awesome ! You will be thrilled with yourself, even without handy Andy. LOL. I sometimes buy throw blankets and even tea towels (!!!) and use the circular looped curtain holders to attach the tea towels/curtains/throw blankets to the twig rod.
      If you need to see a photo to know what I mean, I can post one for you on my facebook page. Just click the facebook icon on the top right side of my blog and it will take you there 🙂
      cheers !!

  38. Rook says:

    I love twigs and sticks too….. however, anything I attempt to do that requires the alter-ization (my word :D) of a lamp or lampshade, my husband colloquially calls them Franken-lamps……. or Lampensteins….. depending on his mood. LOL!! Anyway, lovely blog, lots of laughs and chuckles while reading. Are you sure you aren’t my long lost sister? I am not a Robinson though…..?

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      You could be my long lost sista !! Love it ….franken-lamps, lampensteins….tooooo funny !!! Try this one on your husband. Move furniture. When he comes home late at night, and goes to sit on the sofa…it isn’t there. hahahaaa! I move furniture all the time. Michael never knows where he is half the time. I feel like I just moved into a new house -it looks so different. Wooohhoo !

  39. Kathy says:

    I love the “Homage to Twigs” posting. I grew up in Alaska and have always loved rocks, shells, stones, twigs, driftwood, feathers, etc! I have collections of all which connect me to my home (now that i’m living away). Keep up the great posts!

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Hi Kathy
      Isn’t it ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE how much fun it can be to play with twigs, rocks, driftwood, shells and stones? Does life get any better than that?!! Thanks for sending the love about my blog posts, MUCH APPRECIATED.
      Big love, Lynne xx

  40. […] on the Design the Life You Want to Live blog, here is an example of how a plain column was turned into an inviting, dynamic and visually […]

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Thank you Bamboo fencer for the awesome feature that you did of the bamboo covered poles from my blog!! Greatly appreciated !! Lynne

  41. Marsha says:

    Great ideas with twigs. Love the chair and would like to try and make it. Do you have the pattern? I know it would not be very comfortable but I love the look of it.
    Thanks for all of your ideas.

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Hi Marsha,
      I wish I had the pattern for it, but I don’t. Darn. Poop. I am no help 🙂 They are GORGEOUS to look at, aren’t they? I bet you could make one, just by looking at the overall design of one. Do you have cedar near you? Cedar or Willow are great to work with to make twig chairs.


    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      HI Marsha!
      Did you find a twig pattern?
      Lynne 🙂

  42. Fun post. Shared with Blue Velvet Chair facebook peeps today.
    My advent calendar this past year was made with a branch frame that fit the entire wall – I like to call it ‘forest glam’. If you want to have a peek:

  43. Alex says:

    Great. Now I want to go collect firewood and pick up some spray paint. Don’t get me started on window treatments. I am a curtain hanging fail. That curtain rod idea is fantastic!

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Wow Alex, You did a round the world trip today. You saw my old blog (that was a miracle) and my new one. You have already accomplished great things today. LOL…with worldly visits like that. I didn’t even think that was possible!
      No worries my friend, I have had many a twig land on my head and twirl out the window like a baton. We are like sista’s! Then, I go and sit down and have a big cold summer beverage.
      Lynne xx

  44. B says:

    I LOVE this! I have made a Christmas tree out of twigs one year, our cat destroyed it – but it was ever so pretty! I REALLY love the jewellery tree – I am going to steal that idea – I hope you don’t mind.?

    Thought I would share around the comment love, seeings as you were so lovely to visit me at my blog.


    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      A Christmas tree from twigs? Funky awesome! Sounds like your cat thought it was pretty cool too. LOL. Yes, you may totally steal the jewelry tree idea. I love sharing cool ideas that work for others too.
      Happy blogging right back atcha.
      Lynne xx

  45. Ivo says:

    Lighting with a bamboo stick, a very long stick…if you get bored with the lamp, you can always make a fishing rod from it. 🙂
    I’m not sure if it holds firm enough on a windy beach.

  46. Ashley Taylor says:

    You crack me up! I’m so going to make the twig curtain rods. I can never find curtain rods that I like, and those are awesome. I’ll be heading out to the back yard with a saw later….my trees are trembling with fear at this very moment! Well, perhaps it’s just really windy right now, but they will be scared. HA!!!

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Hahahaaa! Your trees should be vwery vwery scared right now Ashley. You will be surprised how easy it is to find twigs for rods. If you can’t find any in your yard, just peak at the neighbors. Abundance. *_*. LOL
      Lynne xx

  47. LOVE the twig light fixture, the driftwood mirror, the twig chair (except yep…that might hurt after a while) and your twig curtain rods. If only i had known you were such a twig afficionado, i would have saved all the twigs and branches i just threw in the compost bags after my marathon yardwork days last weekend, i could have smuggled them into blogpodium for you! You are one “tree”-ative chick! Lol

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      I could see you and I taking a twig course…making furniture. How funny would that be?
      Do you want to jump back in your twig/branch pile now and ‘leaf’ through it all for curtain rods?!
      Have an awesome day today! See you soon ! I seriously CAN NOT WAIT !
      Blog podium….LOOK OUT !!
      Lynne xx

  48. mom says:

    If they can make bamboo clothes, then why can’t you design twig clothes? LOL You could call them Twiggys. Wait…I think a model stole that name already.
    Innocent eh? Does this run in the family? Me with barnboard…. you with branches (oh our family tree is branching out :o) )

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Hi Mom,
      Happy Mothers Day. xx
      Family tree ?! We have a family bush the way we branch out. *_*.
      Love you,
      Your kid xx

  49. Love this twig stuff! And the tree house link is amazing, I could park there forever as long as I had a fridge… Love the curtain rods and the light, the door, all of it! Thanks, Lynne!

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Hi Sandra
      The driftwood mirror is almost like a MOSAIC, don’tcha think?
      Too funny about the treehouse…oh yahhhhh,it definitely has a fridge AND freezer. Once you get in the treehouse, you never want to leave *for ice cubes*.
      Lynne xx

  50. This is a great post Lynne. I wish I had the space to create the jewelry tree. Love it! Happy Mother’s Day chica – enjoy it!! 🙂

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Good point Irma,
      I had the space, but the jewelry tree still attacked Michael when he walked by. I had to retire it to the barn. Boo. I am making a smaller one next. It really did sort all the necklaces FABULOUSLY though. Pretty art too 🙂
      Lynne xx

  51. Dionne says:

    “A window without a curtain is like putting on a leather thong without the feather. It just completes the look.”
    My little kid is looking at our shining glass coffee table and the newly polished wood floor….both of which have just had a coffee shower, yes Dear Lynn I laughed so hard~ Simply brilliant piece. xoxo

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Dionne –
      We would have so much fun IRL ! Double trouble.
      *Big Chuckle* haha!
      Lynne xx

  52. Maureen says:

    love it all. I am a ‘walking stick’ and driftwood collector. but i didn’t steal any of mine, they all appeared on our shore at the cottage…. I may, however, steal YOUR idea for the twig curtain rod and use it at the cottage in the girls rooms….make’em all pretty like! And the slatted twig room divider…if i ever have a hot tub….thats what I’m going to make.

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      Save me a walking stick. Do you have a mosquito beater too? If so, I want to come on a walk with you at the cottage. We can make some twig curtain rods together, and get into trouble …working in our jammies. 🙂

  53. Suzanne says:

    Lynne this is beautiful, I can’t believe twigs and sticks could look so beautiful, you are amazing, so creative. I hope you are writing a book containing all of your ideas.

    • Lynne Knowlton says:

      You are soooooo kind to say so! Thanks for the awesome inspiration ! Really, the ‘twigs’ do all the talking..they are they ones that are so creative. Naturally creative. LOL.
      Lynne xx