If you’re interested in redecorating your home and giving your home a new lease on life, it’s well worth taking things into your own hands by opting to complete DIY decor projects, instead of purchasing overpriced, store-bought decorations! Adding natural lighting to your room will also spark new life into your space. You can do this by fitting skylights with Polycarbonate by Simply Plastics.
If you’re tempted, simply continue reading to discover 8 fuss-free DIY projects, which are well worth trying out.
Easy Decor DIY for your home: 8 Fuss free DIY projects
An easy way to stamp your personality onto your home is to purchase inexpensive wall decals. As an example, you may want to place one of your favorite quotes on the wall of your lounge or to decorate your kids’ bedrooms with their favorite book characters such as Winnie the Pooh and Paddington Bear. If you want a great place to buy these from take a look at Americansignletters.com.
Paint your mirror or photo frames
One way to instantly transform a room is to use a gold spray paint to paint your mirror’s frame gold. If you need to purchase an inexpensive mirror it’s well worth visiting a thrift store as you’ll be able to pick up an old mirror for a couple of dollars.
Alternatively, if you’re looking for a more minimalistic color scheme, you may want to spray paint your mirror frames and photo frames a crisp, clean white.
Repurpose book-ends as floating bookshelves
Why not screw unused book ends onto your wall, in order to create cheap floating bookshelves? Which you can use to decorate your lounge, office or bedroom.
Use an old window shutter to store your mail
Why not paint an old window shutter and hang it up to use as a storage unit for your mail, postcards, birthday cards or Christmas cards? Just don’t be surprised if a few of your friend decide to steal your innovative idea.
Turn a mirror into an eye-catching blackboard
To turn a mirror into an eye-catching blackboard simply paint your mirror’s frame and then paint your mirror’s glass panel with a blackboard paint. Then you can hang your decorative blackboard in your kitchen, to showcase each day’s menu. If you have children, they’ll love being able to order their meals from a blackboard menu.
Superglue old cork bottle tops into a picture frame to make a fun notice board
If your family is in need of a notice board, to pin notes. Simply glue unwanted cork bottle tops into a medium sized picture frame in order to create a unique, notice board which will instantly dress up your lounge, kitchen or hallway.
Spray paint your alphabet magnets gold
Who said that alphabet fridge magnets are just for children? To give your children’s old alphabet fridge magnets a new lease on life, simply spray paint each magnet gold.
Turn an old cutting board into a stand for your iPad
Simply superglue a scrabble tile holder onto an old wooden cutting board, to repurpose your cutting board into a funky iPad stand.
So what are you waiting for? Simply pick up a can of gold spray paint or a used wooden cutting board and start crafting.