DIY Projects

Read all about what you can build for your home, how you can upcycle or repurpose an item, or when it’s beneficial to turn a generic piece into a beautiful, customized item that you’ll love forever. This DIY section is full of helpful how-tos and creative ideas for everyone, from people who were born with a hammer in their hands to those who break a sweat at the thought of picking up a paintbrush. You’re sure to find a project that will make your home happy.

DIY Nautical Pillow Case Table Runner

Create this cleaver table runner with a couple extra pillow cases and a few fun embellishments. We chose nautical pillow cases for summer and finished them with a few rope tassels  for a summery feel but this DIY concept can be applied to any pillow cases you have on hand!

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DIY Woven Hanging Planter

Weaving seems to be all the rage lately. While simple wall hangings are a great way to show off your weaving skills, there can be more practical ways to add the same color and texture into your home decor. If you have houseplants, you can consider weaving a hanging plant holder. It’s probably easier than you think!

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DIY Hexagonal Tray

Does your coffee table need a little organizing? Whose doesn’t?! This hexagon tray provides modern and bright storage and organization for surface spaces. Create a small one like this for a coffee table, kitchen island, or dresser. Or create a larger tray to use for serving at your next gathering! While this DIY project requires a little review of school level geometry, with good measurements and the right equipment you will be done in no time!

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DIY Paint-Dipped Rope Basket

Who doesn’t love a crafty and cute catchall place to store items for everyday use? This handy little rope basket is not only convenient but super easy to create! Create in just a few minutes and customize with different colors or go for the “paint-dipped” look created here. They are perfect for mudroom or office areas where a little extra organization can go a long way!

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DIY Wooden Plant Markers

This time of year, many people are starting gardens and building up their collections of flowers and houseplants. So it’s important to keep all of your plants properly labeled. There are plenty of different ways to do this. But if you want an incredibly easy approach to plant labeling, consider these basic wooden plant markers.

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How To Cover A Lampshade With Fabric

Want to add a little personality to a room? Adding a fun fabric to a lampshade creates a great focal point to the room. Match the fabric of your favorite pillow or complement the lamp base for a bold look. Totally customizable and original- this project is a way to put your mark on a room! The concept is pretty simple but we provide detailed instructions here so that even the beginning DIYer can succeed!

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DIY Bedroom Furniture Using Reclaimed Wood And Plumbing Pipes

Want to give your bedroom a little more character and flavor? What better way to do it than with some DIY furniture? It’s actually not such a complicated project once you understand all the details. Just look how great this bedroom looks now with those funky desks and shelves. The whole wall system was built using reclaimed wood and plumbing pipes. To make your own version, follow the instructions.

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