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 Tree Trunk Planter

Succulents are quite the trendy plant right now, but the best part about them is their versatility when it comes to planting. There are tons of options for planting them in all sorts of places, including this rustic yet colorful log planter! Complete with a two toned look this is a great little accessory that adds a little green to a table top or shelf vignette.

DIY two toned tree trunk planter


DIY Concrete Desktop: A Step-by-Step Tutorial

Concrete is one of the hottest materials right now in interior design. It’s used everywhere, including countertops and tabletops. If you love the contemporary look and industrial vibe of concrete but are a little intimidated about incorporating it into your space via DIY, this tutorial is for you.


DIY Embroidered Monogram Wall Art

Looking for a customizable piece for the wall? Use embroidery thread and fabric to create a fun monogrammed piece. This vintage-inspired floral fabric gives this DIY a quaint feel and is perfect for a child’s room. Or pick a more modern fabric for the living room or studio. The perfect use for those small scraps of fabric and embroidery thread you have on hand! A simple canvas backdrop provides a simplistic overall look.

embroidered monogram wall art


DIY Pallet Storage Shelving

Pallets have been popping up for many years in DIY furniture projects due to their low cost, versatility, and ease of use. One of the best ways to repurpose them is to use them for extra storage (because really who doesn’t need more storage?). Using the pallet vertically creates excellent storage that is perfect for any small space! This project requires only a few modifications to the original pallet so don’t be daunted by the size, this one won’t take nearly as long as you think.


Turn Everyday Items Into Hooks: Easy DIYs & Ideas

Your aprons, your keys, your coats, your hats .. there are so many wonderful things to be displayed on a series on hooks in the foyer, kitchen, home office or bedroom. But aren’t you tired of the same old, plain Jane hook options? Instead, why not take some everyday items and turn your hooks into stylish little accents as well. Take a peek at 10 items you can easily turn into hooks for your displaying and organizing needs!



How To Hang Wall Plates

Hanging wall plates are a great way to fill up empty wall space on a budget, show off unique and eclectic collections, or simply display family heirlooms or meaningful pieces. The creativity with this project is the best part because there are so many options of color schemes, patterns, and arrangements you can create on your wall!

how to hang wall plates


Egg Carton Crafts Make Repurposing Fun And Easy

Being creative means being able to see past the obvious, finding new meanings and new uses for everyday items like, let’s say, the simple and basic egg carton. Did you know you can do a lot of fun and interesting things using this thing? So don’t throw yours away. Try one of these DIY projects instead.


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