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 Gilded Pencil Holder

Who doesn’t have a need to get a bit more organized? If your desk is a mess this DIY project is for you! This gilded wooden block pencil caddy not only cleans up your work space but adds a bit of bling to your desk. Store pencils, pens, scissors and more with varying sized slots. Another easy DIY that is very customizable (make in whatever length or size desired). Just a few quick and easy steps and you will have the perfect little organizer for your desk!

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DIY Paint Dipped Wine Bottle Vases

Flowers are a great way to add color to your home. But you need to use vases that are stylish and match with your home decor. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to add your own DIY touch to vases. This tutorial uses recycled wine bottles, so it’s both inexpensive and eco-friendly. And most importantly, it’s stylish and easy to customize.

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DIY Wooden Slat Hanging Frame

Love collecting prints but running out of ways to display them? Or have print with an awkward size and  having a hard time finding a the right frame size? This simple wooden slat hanging frame can be customized to any size needed and is rather simple to make. They are also relatively inexpensive needing few supplies to create. Make a few and use them all throughout the house!

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DIY Concrete Candle Holders

Concrete is an incredibly versatile material that can be used in a variety of projects, both large and small. This project is fairly small, but it’s also pretty simple and can add a touch of trendy industrial style to your home decor. Here’s how you can make your own concrete painted candle holders.

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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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