You’；ll love these Easy DIY Home Decor Ideas that I’；ve gathered. It doesn’；t have to be expensive to decorate your home and I’；m proof of that! You can also repurpose an item into something more your style!？sofa pillow covers
There was a time not to long ago that all my furnishings were either from a thrift store or garage sale. My favorite is the thrill of the hunt in finding items to decorate my home with. I’；m also always looking for ideas that I can make to add personal style to a room. As I’；ve said many many times， I’；m not the “；I’；ll have what she’；s having”； type of decorator. Not that what she has isn’；t great. But I love blending things from many different places to style and gather my look. ？ ？ ？
Last October when I was invited to the La-Z-Boy Design Dash to decorate a room， I was so nervous. I’；m not a quick decorator. I was afraid I’；d be paralyzed by all the choices and end up with a hod podged？room lacking style and comfort. Luckily， it was fine.
It was a？great timeaccent pillow case baby burlap decorative， which was challenging under the circumstances， and ended up LOVING my room. You can see my room and read more about my experience here.？Obviously I didn’；t make anything for this room， but I used my own DIY skills to create a room that I loved. I don’；t really pay attention to design rules， unless it’；s the odd number rule of decorating in threes or fives when using more than one item. Go with your gut. Go with what feels good to you. You’；re the one living there and if you love it， then go with it.
The real message is， you can？create Easy DIY Home Decor in so many ways. I’；m sharing a few links of my favorites.
The EASIEST DIY Upholstered Bench？[Today’；s Creative Life]
DIY Concrete Block Bookshelf [The Crazy Craft Lady]
DIY Frame Shelves [Shanty2Chic]
DIY Cloche Jars？[Today’；s Creative Life]
DIY Glittered Jar [Today’；s Creative Life]
DIY Swag Lamp Designer Shade [Say Not Sweet Anne]
DIY Window Curtains [Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’；s Body]
DIY Curtain Tie Back [Penny Pinchin’； Mom]
How to Make Crafty DIY Bowls [DIY Joy]
DIY No-Sew Throw Pillows [An Exercise in Frugality]
DIY Colorblock Clipboards？[Today’；s Creative Life]
Free Kitchen Art Printables？[Today’；s Creative Life]
DIY Vintage Tag Wall Art？[Today’；s Creative Life]
Easy DIY Rustic Home Decor Sign [Say Not Sweet Anne]
Easy DIY Wall Art Project Idea with Paint &； Paper Stock [It All Started With Paint]
How To Make A Stylish Photo Frame For Several Photos [Shelterness]
DIY Pallet Plaques [Oh My! Creative]
DIY Washi Tape Wall Art [Today’；s Creative Life]
How to Create a Mason Jar Organizer [The DIY Playbook]
DIY Menu Board [The SITS Girls]
If you find your self stymied， pick up a couple of my friend Melissa’；s books. Love the Home you Have or Make Room for What You Love. ？Both great books with easy to follow common sense for Easy DIY Home Decor ideas.
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Looking for a sturdy way to tote your books around town? This messenger bag fits the bill! It’s roomy enough to hold your belongings, even when you’re carrying a heavy load. The secret? Recycled billboard material!
This Instructable is for a crib-sized baby quilt, approximately 40x50", fashioned in a 100 year old?or so?'hole in the barn door' pattern with a twist.I consider myself a novice quilter, but have picked up some great tips and tricks over several years of sporadic quilting. I will show you that a beginner can turn out a beautiful, heirloom-quality baby or lap quilt that will be?treasured and enjoyed?for years to come.?This start-to-finish Instructable even includes a video?on the finer points of stippling (the method of machine quilting I used). video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9Hv1qNlyxkThank you for reading my Instructable! I hope you like it.
The 5 Best Home Flooring Ideas and OptionsSince the floor is a key design element to any room in your new home, you'll need to ask yourself a series of questions so you can be sure you select the right flooring based on design, location, lifestyle and budget.The first step in choosing a floor is deciding what look and feel you want for each room and throughout your home. Remember your floor is a key design element so you'll want to spend some time selecting the right materials (wood, laminate, vinyl, carpet, cork, bamboo, ceramic and linoleum to name a few), colors, patterns, textures and even shapes for each roomAPPROACHPros: Consider your home’s layout. Got an open floor plan? Using the same flooring throughout the space will create a clean, continuous appearance. Cons: Forget about your home’s architectural integrity. By all means, make your home a reflection of your personal style. (Get inspired by these super-cool floor ideas.) Just keep in mind that staying true to your home’s innate style will pay off when it’s time to sell.HARDWOODCons: Hardwoods look very nice and have a great resale value. They are easy to clean and maintain and usually only require vacuuming. Pros: Depending on the type of hardwoods you go with, it could cost you anywhere from rs300 to rs1200 per square foot. Engineered wood will cost you a little less. On top of the cost of materials, you will need to pay to get it installed which will likely run you in the hundreds or thousands of dollars.DURABILITYCons: Keep your local climate in mind. Damp and humid weather can shorten a floor’s lifespan. For instance, hardwood can warp.Pros: Underestimate wear and tear depending on where you’re planning to install new flooring. Drop a glass jar on ceramic tile and it’ll chip; heavy foot traffic will beat up pretty plush carpeting.LAMINATECons: Standing water will ruin laminate flooring. I learned this the hard way after having a refrigerator leak, and I ended up having to replace all the flooring in my kitchen. If the laminate does get ruined, unlike read hardwoods, laminate can not be refinished.Pros: My favorite thing about laminate is that it does not easily scratch. And if it does, a little vegetable oil rubbed on the scratch will get it right out. It also can look like real wood or tile, and it can even be difficult to tell if it is real or not. Like hardwoods, laminate is easy to clean. You can even make your own cheap and natural house cleaners. It is also great for pets because they can’t scratch or stain it.COMFORTCons: Consider comfortable flooring materials, especially in rooms where you spend a lot of time standing, such as the kitchen, and if you have small children or plan to age in place.Pros: Contribute to household air pollution. Both traditional vinyl flooring and newly installed carpets can emit high levels of VOCs for up to 72 hours.