20 DIY Home Décor Ideas… #11 Would Make Martha Stewart Jealous.

20 DIY Home Décor Ideas… #11 Would Make Martha Stewart Jealous. April 1, 2023Leave a comment

Look around your home: Do you find that it all looks a little tired, and perhaps need an upgrade? Do you also not want to spend the time and money it takes to endlessly search through store after store, searching for something you actually *like*? Well, look no further. These 20 DIY home decor projects might take a little time and money, but since you’re the one behind the wheel, you’re guaranteed to feel satisfied when you’re finally finished. **#18 is totally impressive, and would look great in your front hallway.**Spray paint an old drawer and the possibilities are endless. You can use it to store candles and vases, and the knobs make excellent jewelry hangers as well.

Framing twigs in simple black and hanging them in succession create a minimal look that will make your wall look awesome.

T-shirts aren’t to be thrown out simply because they have holes. Try cutting them into strips and braiding them together to create this DIY that will brighten any room.

This particular wardrobe was made from wooden feet, shutters, and a bookshelf, all painted and distressed to perfection.

This is one of the best DIY projects we’ve ever seen. It’s gorgeous, not too difficult, and would immediately impress all of your friends. If you’ve got the time, this pendant would look great in multiples across your ceiling.

This is super easy, looks great, and is full customizable. What’s not to love?

If you trust the integrity of your ceiling, why not rig up one of these awesome hammock chairs? They are super cosy, and also add a surprising touch to the the home.

All it took to make this amazing design were plenty of rubber bands and a can of spray paint- yes, it really is that easy.

This would be a great rainy day project that yields some pretty spectacular results. How great would these look hung in a bathroom?

This is a great solution for kids who have changing tastes, or those that live in an apartment and can’t do any permanent damage.

This shelf looks expensive, but in reality it probably was less than $20 of materials to build. You can customize each part of the shelf, including the size of the nooks and the height, to your liking.

This elegant stencil isn’t difficult to execute, and only shows up on your lampshade when you turn on the lamp.

Because the best, most well-designed homes pay specific attention to even the smallest details.

Floor poofs are one of those home items that are ridiculously expensive for no apparent reason. Thankfully, it’s incredibly easy and cost effective to make your own.

Incredible lifestyle and fashion brand Marimekko is known for its interesting an unusual prints. This DIY shows you how to create a wallpaper transfer with a Marimekko feel – it’s not even as difficult as it looks!

Home goods icon West Elm has a variety of baskets like this, and they are wickedly expensive. Luckily, there’s a simple way to get the same effect at a fraction of the price.

The Pottery Barn version of this shelf is expensive, but there’s no need to spend that kind of money when a DIY like this is so easy. We love the idea of securing baskets on each rung.

Mirrors serve a function around the house, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be beautiful. Use glass paint to create this awesome watercolor effect on your mirrors.

So many other office accessories can be boring an uninspired, but your chair doesn’t have to be. Turn your work seat into a work of art with this simple DIY.

Throw pillows like this can cost upwards of $100. Save yourself the cash by putting together your own. We love this simple, chic dandelion design.

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