5 easy DIY ideas for home decor


5 easy DIY ideas for home decor

Mar 29, 2022 1:21 p.m
2 minutes read


Some DIY tricks can beautify your home without breaking the bank. (Image credit: NegativeSpace)

We all want our homes to look picture perfect, but not all of us can afford the fancy furniture or decorative pieces we see on Instagram.

Even if we can, sorting everything at once is pretty tight.

While you’re at it, here are a few DIY ideas to make your home look like one out of the magazines.

Statement Macrame Wall Hanging

Macrame is a skill that you can learn and master quickly. It’s all about knots – pretty easy to get started and understand, and then you can improve and plan your own designs over time.

Make your macrame wall hanging and you can be the proud artist of a solo work of art on display!

Macrame wall hangings can be used to fill empty walls.

Take the glasses you set aside for them Kabadi Walaclean and fill with potting soil and plant a succulent or low-maintenance flower.

Now use strong rope to create macrame pot hangers and attach them.

Once each of the jars is well tied, hang them on your balcony or on the curtain rod in your living room.

This is a very simple idea, but many get overwhelmed with the choice of images and end up with an over-the-top gallery wall.

You need some planning – pick a theme, don’t just pick random pictures, mark the spots on your wall, arrange the pictures in different orders on the floor to see what looks best, and hang them in that order.

These aged and faded terracotta planters don’t look very appealing in an otherwise upscale space.

You don’t have to keep changing your planters as you can easily clean and paint them.

Using acrylic paint, apply a base color to paint the whole body, then make stripes, polka dots, or stars. You can add glitter too!

Just let your creative side run free.

Get some Polaroid prints of your favorite life moments and arrange them in an order that is relevant to you.

Now take a long string of lights and arrange them to create a cascading effect.

Take small clips and hang the photos on the string. Try to avoid letting a lightbulb touch the photo directly as it may damage it.

You can change the images at any time.

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