20 Simple Decorating Projects That Will Transform Your Living Space.

20 Simple Decorating Projects That Will Transform Your Living Space. April 1, 2023Leave a comment

Are you looking for new ways to spice up some of your home decor? Are you trying to add some pizzazz on a budget? We know home decor can be expensive, especially for those of you who have taste for exquisite looking things. But honestly who has the extra money to spend on decor when you need to worry about more important matters like rent, electricity, and other utilities. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of a few DIY projects that will help you save on splurges! They’re all easy to make and super affordable. Choose one to complete on the next day you have some free time!Bookends can be pricey. Why not make your own? Even better yet, attach mini cork boards and add cute little succulent plants into each of them. You can leave notes on the cork boards and a mini garden at the same time!

Turn a big empty photo frame into a frame for your polaroids! Simply hang wire from one side of the frame to the other and then clip polaroids to it using clothespins.

You’ve probably seen these sculptures either in modern home magazines or on sale in pricey online shops. Well did you know you could achieve the same look simply with black cocktail straws and floral wire?

Turn an old rustic ladder into a shelf! It’ll make great decoration for any room in your household. Complete the look by putting old antique looking items onto it!

Instead of traditional shelves, create and install hanging shelves! Drill holes into wooden planks so you can loop yarn into them. Afterwards, suspend them from a hoop!

If you’ve got a worn out old glass vase or glass anything that you want to give a little upgrade, use this trick to make it look like mercury glass. All you need is this mirror effect spray.

Much like a hammock you’d usually see outdoors, this is more like a swinging chair for inside! It’s super hip and pretty comfy for anyone who wants to take a seat in it.

Create a fancy feather pendant for your living room or dining room! All you need to do is glue a bunch of feathers to a lantern using a hot glue gun.

If you and your spouse don’t have anywhere to hang up your keys or always waste time looking for each other’s keys every morning, give yourselves a set place to hang your keys by recreating this.

Create your own art to frame and hang up on your walls! Recreate this easy-to-make string art graffiti with a canvas, spray paint, yarn or string, masking tape, scissors, and cardboard or plastic.

Another creative and nontraditional shelving unit you can create and install is these honeycomb shelves! And guess what, these shelves are made essentially out of popsicle sticks and tacky glue!

Transform a regular light into a crystal chandelier by decorating it with a hanging wire planter basket, silver spray paint, and a crystal garland.

Recreate this intricate mirror with plastic spoons. That’s right, we said plastic spoons. The trick is painting them a nice color afterwards.

If you’ve got a collection of seashells and you don’t know what to do with them, try turning them into candles. These go great in any household, especially ones that follow a nautical theme.

Mason jars are so versatile! It doesn’t get much more creative than using them as pendants for indoor lighting. They automatically set a mood and rustic tone!

Make your colorful plastic magnetic letters look fancy simply by spraying them with metallic gold paint! Gold makes everything look more lavish!

Prevent your tables from getting wet residue from drinks by making your very own coasters. And what’s more clever of a coaster than these mini pallet ones?

If you have a bunch of excess wire ruining your walls, try creating art out of the wires! Make a city skyline or anything of your choice.

Recreate these nice ottomans by wrapping an old tire with sisal and nylon rope. Use a hot glue gun to make sure everything stays intact.

If you got old antique forks that you no longer want to use, transform them into something else handy instead of throwing them away. Use a pair of pliers to bend different parts of the fork to turn it into a little frame holder.

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