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 Cable Knit Sweater Planter Cover

Love the look of knit but don’t have the skills? Old sweaters are super cozy and easy to cut and sew! Warm up a pot or planter with a slip cover quickly and easily crafted with an old or thrifted cable knit texture. Great for the cooling weather ahead and those plants you will soon bring indoors (like this rich and full ornamental kale).

cozy cable knit planter cover

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DIY Half Log Bookends

Looking to add some extra color and style to a bare bookshelf? Create these DIY bookends on a dime! With a half log and a few fun and bold paints bring a half log to life for this project. A few simple cuts and these sturdy pieces are ready for your creative touch. Personalize their color and size for your decor!

DIY half log book ends

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A New Way To Add Detailing To A Wall, Wood Trim With X’s

Adding wood detailing to a space is big right now. And for good reason, it adds a visual to a space, is more creative then a pictures on a wall, and warms up any room with the addition of the wood. But to try and do something different and fresh using wood detailing is becoming more difficult, it has all been done before.

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DIY Cork Leaf Trivets

Fall brings cool weather and hearty appetites! Warm foods and festive celebrations filled with hearty food fill the season. Decorate and protect your table top with these easy cork trivets to place under your hot dishes. Shaped like leaves, these trivets add a natural and autumnal look to your table and centerpiece!

DIY leaf cork trivets

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Paint Dipped Picture Frames

Upcycling and buying second hand doesn’t necessarily mean shabby and rustic. You can easily update used furniture with clean lines and bold colors to give a modern twist. These ‘paint dipped’ picture frames are unloved thrift store finds that were destined for the trash! You can save a set for yourself with this tutorial.

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Lamp Makeover: Turn Beast Into Beauty With These Quick & Easy DIY Tips

Do you have an old, ugly lamp hiding away in your storage gathering up dust and taking up precious space? Let’s bring that baby out! With just a few quick tweaks, you can transform even the ugliest of well-shaped lamps into a show-stopper. Let that lamp take center stage and become the belle of the room’s décor.

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DIY Facade Wire Hanger

Running out of dresser storage space or looking for an alternative way to store and display accessories? This little wire hanger not only adds charm to a room, it is perfect for holding light weight extras that you may want to keep in easy reach. Perfect for scarves in an adult room, or for those cute little baby clothes you might want to show off in a nursery. Get creative and match your facade to your space! Try small flowers for a feminine touch or go modern with small boxes. The sky is the limit with what you chose to make!

DIY wire hanger facade

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