Archive for the ‘DIY’ Category

14 Inspiring DIY Bar Cart Designs And Makeovers

I’m a big fan of DIY furniture, the main reason being that I can’t find anything I like in stores. One of the great advantages of building your own furniture is that you get to decide the exact dimensions, the design and the materials. But before you start dreaming about complicated things, let’s start with something simple like a DIY bar cart.


Take a look at this cart. It has a design simple enough to be easy to build and, at the same time, it looks intriguing. That’s because it was made of pipes so if you want to make something similar, first go buy all the pieces you’ll need and then combine them and come up with a look you like. The shelves are made of wood and, to match the design, reclaimed wood would be a nice choice.{found on alifedesigned}.


25 Of The Best DIY Easter Decorations

Easter is such a fun holiday to decorate for! It’s the celebration of life, a new natural season, and all sorts of joy. If you’re looking for some fun new ideas to spruce up your Easter decoration, here is a roundup of 25 fantastic ones.

Check them out, be inspired, and get started on making this your best-decorated Easter ever.


DIY Pom Pom Rug

Small rugs are a great way to add color, texture, and comfort to a room. But they can be expensive and there aren’t always perfect options available. Though it isn’t usually thought of as an item you can make yourself, there is a very easy DIY rug method that only requires yarn and scissors.

diy yarn rug

To start this project, you’ll need to make a bunch of yarn pom poms. There are also pom poms you can buy from craft stores, but if you don’t want to use pre-made pom poms, you can make your own. Choose a color of yarn and wrap it around your fingers or a fork, then tie a strand around the middle so that all of the yarn is held in place, and then cut the ends of each loop of yarn.


DIY Felt Scalloped Planter

House plants have a lot of benefits. They can improve the air quality in your home and add color and interest to your decor. Unfortunately, the containers they come in are often plain and don’t do much to draw the eye to your beautiful plants.

scalloped planter

There are plenty of more interesting planters you can buy, but if you’re more of the DIY type, here’s an incredibly easy tutorial to help you spruce up your planters. And it just uses some basic supplies you likely already have lying around your home.


How To Build Your Dream Bed With No Effort And Little Money

Your bed is definitely one of the most significant and most used pieces of furniture. Here you spend at least one third of your life, relaxing, sleeping, and dreaming. It’s the first and the last thing you use at the beginning and the end of each day. In other words, it’s very important for you to have access to all the comfort you need, and this piece of furniture has a great impact on your wellbeing. What you don’t know is that you can build your own dream bed with little money and a bit of imagination. Are you ready to try this? It`s a challenge!

1. Loft bed.


6 Spring Scents: DIY Home Fragrance

In the blink of an eye, it’ll be officially spring, whether the weather chooses to agree with us or not. Even though some of us may be dealing with a bout of ice and snow, it’s never too early to do a bit of spring cleaning, organizing and sprucing when it comes to the house. We’ve compiled some easy, family-friendly tutorials for you to try our and get your home smelling like springtime! Take a peek and try your hand out on some of these DIY home fragrances!

1. Lemon, Rosemary Mix.

For a subtle hint of spring with a warm richness, try adding some fresh ingredients together. Slice your lemons, add some fresh rosemary stems and a bout of lavender essential oil to the mix. Boil them on the stove or set them out in a bow with a scoop of baking soda so that it fills the space.{found on myfrugaladventures}.


10 Ways to Use Chicken Wire in Your Décor this Spring

Trend alert: Chicken wire. That’s right. It’s not just to keep our egg-laying friends safe from the foxes anymore. Chicken wire is showing up outside AND inside the most stylish of homes. It’s a down-to-earth resource that has both an organic vibe with a bit of modern geometric and industrial appeal. That’s right. Chicken wire has it all. If you’re interested how you could incorporate this trend into your home décor this spring, read on for ten fantastic ideas:

1. Chicken Wire: Wallpaper.

You might be on board with chicken wire as the primary component of accessories, but have you ever considered using it as wallpaper? If not, this master bedroom might be the inspiration you’re after. Chicken wire spray painted gold and mounted on the main bedroom wall lends a subtle geometric backdrop to the cozy cottage feeling.{found on ashleyannphotography}.


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