Trying to do a little interior decorating, but don’t know where to start? We get it. With so many DIY projects to choose from, how are you expected to choose just one? We’ve compiled a list of projects and organizing tips to help you get started on your DIY journey!
Let Your Walls Be Heard
Painting your walls can feel like a scary, permanent change, but there might be a more exciting alternative to dramatically change any boring landscape. Removable wallpaper has become a popular and affordable option to upgrade the look of a room. It can add a splash of color or even show off your personal style in a bold way.
Install a New Shower Head
Let’s be honest. The quality of your showers may not be the best. Thankfully there is an easy upgrade that you could make at any home improvement store near you. By buying a new shower head, you can alter the water pressure, spray settings, and tap into potential water conservation to help transform your shower experience.
Swap Out Your Knobs
One of the easiest ways to make your bathroom or kitchen a bit more unique is to switch out the cabinetry hardware. It’s a fairly simple DIY project, but smart homeowners understand that such remodeling could dramatically improve their home’s curb appeal.
Add a Little Bit of Nature
There is a reason why interior stylists like low-maintenance indoor plants and dried flowers as practical decor accessories. Create a selection of indoor plants that work well with your lifestyle and interior aesthetics and display them in small or large pots to add pops of color where you see fit.
Incorporate Under-the-Bed Storage
We understand your storage space is precious. You don’t want your things taking up room on your counters for all of your guests to see. Clean up any extra clutter around your home and hide it in special storage boxes that could fit under your bed.
Use Hanging Strips to Display Wall Art & Decor
Say goodbye to the drills and screws. Hanging strips come in different sizes and can carry heavy wall frames among other decorative objects that you want to display on your walls.
Fake a Kitchen Backsplash
You can create a chic kitchen backsplash with realistic-looking peel-and-stick contact paper or wallpaper tiles for a fraction of the cost and the hassle.
Add a Bookshelf
Not just any bookshelf. If your home feels like it lacks architectural depth, you can mimic the look of built-in bookshelves with a floor-to-ceiling option that adds storage and a unique look to your space.
Mount Your TV
Does your home have enough room for a TV console or entertainment center? If not, we have an easy fix. Mounted televisions take up less space and are easier to hide with art or a canvas.
Put a Rug Under Your Feet
It’s highly possible that your home comes with carpet that has seen better days. If you don’t have the budget to replace your flooring now, we may have the right solution for you. A great rug not only helps to personalize your space with pattern and color, but it also covers and potentially prevents stains on the carpet.
Add a Black Window Frame
We know. It’s the trend you’ve seen everywhere, but it’s for good reason. By adding a black frame to your windows, you’ll inspire the eye to draw the outside landscape into your home as opposed to keeping the focus on the interior of your home. Though you may be expected to pay a fraction more for a black frame, your ROI (return on investment) could be noticeable.
In reality, making drastic changes to your property can be scary. Fortunately, there is no shortage of ways to creatively decorate your space. It’s time to say hello to your new home.