If you’re looking to spruce up your home’s decor, simply continue reading to discover a wide array of DIY projects which are well worth trying out.
Home Decor DIY Ideas:
A handmade mosiac mirror
If you own a plain mirror, you may want to consider giving your mirror a makeover by decorating your mirror’s frame with a mosaic. To create an eye-catching mosaic which will sparkle in the sunlight, simple use a bunch of old CDs, which you can break in order to create your mirror’s sparkly mosaic frame.
Faux antique table
All you need to create a faux antique table is a shelf and a bit of paint. Once you’ve hung your shelf on your desired wall simply use a stencil to draw a fake antique table underneath your shelf. Once you’re happy with the outline which you’ve drawn, simply use your choice of paint to fill in your stencil and you’ll have your very own shelf, which looks like it’s a faux antique table.
Use old picture frames and old drawers, to create practical yet eye-catching shelves
Instead of throwing out old drawers from a dated chest of drawers, you can give your drawers a new lease on life by using them to create unique storage units which you can hang on your walls.
Simply paint your old photo frames and attach them to the front of each old drawer to create an attractive frame shelf. Which you can use to store little bits of pieces such as car keys and mail.
Furry desk chair
In order to create a comfortable, stylish furry desk chair, purchase an inexpensive faux fur rug, which you can then use to cover your desk chair. If you spend a lot of time studying or working from home.
DIY reading nook
If you’re interested in creating your own little reading nook, in the corner of your bedroom, office or lounge, you can use a curved curtain rod to hang up some netting to create a private reading nook. Which is the perfect place to retreat to, when you need some space from your family members or housemates. Just place a fluffy rug or blanket at the bottom of your reading nook and to place a few decorative pillows in your reading nook.
If you’re a parent, you may also want to consider setting up a fairy or circus themed DIY reading nook in your child’s bedroom.
Light bulb vases
If you’re interested in displaying a single flower which you picked from your garden, you may want to consider opening a light bulb and removing the contents, so that you can use your old light bulb as a mini vase. If you’re looking to display several flowers, simply tie a bunch of lightbulbs to a piece of rope as you’ll be able to hang your rope from your ceiling or on your garden fence.
So if you’re keen to add a few stylish yet practical decorations to your home, it’s well worth testing out your DIY skills by trying one or more of the DIY decor projects listed above.