Stylish DIY ideas for home

Stylish DIY ideas for home

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Almost each of us knows that gratifying feeling of arriving home after a long and tiring day. When you have finally freed your swollen feet from your torturing shoes, and had free-fall to your favourite couch. Sometimes you’d look around your home, and what you see could either make you happy, or otherwise. You might not know this, but your sacred nest could affect your mood, even your well-being. How and why it does isn’t hard to figure out, because clearly no individual wants to live in a cluttered, unappealing abode. And science agrees that a cozy, dainty, and lovely home can bring serenity, bliss, and a breath of optimism. Home decor plays an important factor. Here are some easy and cheap Stylish DIY ideas for home that would turn your home into a neat and stylish hang-out spot:

Sprinkle life to your pillows

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Pillows are not only cushions for your head and feet, they could also be the life of your plain couch. Yes, there are tons of pillow cases you can buy at home depot that are surely adorable, but not its price. And it sucks. It’s just not right to spend that amount of money for pillow cases because we can actually create one: better, cheaper. Moreover, making your own pillow cases is easy as pie, and super fun! Just follow these simple steps:

What you’ll need

Blank canvass

Masking tape

Paint brush

Soft fabric paint (any color, preferably dark tones)

Steps

Choose a blank canvass big enough for your pillow cases. Measure ahead how much fabric you’ll use for the cases, and then carefully cut.

Spread the canvass on the floor. Make shapes from masking tape and stick them onto the canvass.

When you’re done filling the whole canvass with shapes made from masking tapes, using the paint brush, color the whole canvass with your chosen soft fabric paint.

When the paint dries, carefully remove the masking tapes.

Measure how much canvass would fit to your pillows, and sew the sides except for one where you can insert your pillow (tip: you may wrap the canvass around your pillow before sewing. Use pins as holders of the canvass before you permanently stitch, and then remove the pillows. This way you can be sure the canvass cases would perfectly fit to your pillows).

Add zipper or buttons to the open sides to prevent the pillow from falling out (optional).

Make fab rugs, because everyone wants one

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A stylish rug will always be the highlight of a living room. It isn’t only appealing, but could also be really useful. A cozy rug could serve as an extension of your couch, where you can lay and roll around comfortably. It could be where your friends sit if you ran out of extra chairs for the party; or an instant extra bed space when there are sudden sleep overs. Rugs and carpets are perfect for small apartments, too. It is definitely a stunner for a plain crib, and could also make your spot look more spacious. Everyone would appreciate it, and they might even envy you if they knew you made it with your own hands. It might take a bit time creating your own chic rug, but it is surely worth it. Check out what you’ll need, and the simple steps to make DIY rug at High-heeled Foot in Door.

The greener, the better

Science says that the color green gives the eyes a relaxing sense. Maybe that’s why indoor plants are literally good for your health. Also, plants give a notion of tidiness. No matter how cluttered your home can be, when you dot it with plants it’ll still bring a notion that your place is acceptable-messy. And! Can you imagine how mesmerizing your pretty plants could be if you embellish them with artistry? Here are the easiest, most adorable ways to modify your plants’ dwelling:

Hang empty fish bowls

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Fish bowls always work; with or without fishes. Besides, succulents are easier to manage. And they are overly cute! Succulents are low maintenance. They only need little water, and they could live inside your home. You may want to use plastic fish bowls because you need them holed. The rest of the steps are found at a beautiful mess.

Mason jars: awesome, always

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Cheap mason jars are abundant in thrift hauls and vintage shops. You can turn them into hipster coffee mugs, or better yet, magnificent habitats for your plants. You just need to transfer your plants in its respective jars, place at the best spot in your home, and viola! A corner of freshness and delight is added in an instant.

Plants and ladders

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(v) furnishburnish.com

Who would know a ladder inside the house wouldn’t be an eyesore? Yes, only if you’d use it as an organizer, or décor. Garnish it with plants. Cactus or succulents could be the best choice. Vines are also candidates for a ladder, but you would need to put them outdoors. Try it. You’ll be amazed how beautiful it’ll look, especially when you use a ladder that is slightly worn off. There would be an overflowing drama going, somewhat vintage smack. You’ll love it.

Paint tin cans

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This is the easiest and cheapest way to organize your plants. You just need to collect used tin cans, (which will save you from spending), and paint them with bursting hues (the fun part). It’ll bring life to the most unwanted part of the house, and the sight may also be mood uplifting.

Color surprise

If you think your place is a bit plain, somewhat dull, and you are too lazy to do exhausting efforts, there’s an unforeseen way to change the vibe. Just pop vibrant colors on small-scaled places. It could be doors, cabinets, or an accent wall. It will surprisingly change the whole place, with less sweat.

Bold but matching coloured doors

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(c) pinterest

Pops of hues on cabinets

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(c) alocrest.com

Turn it mod with accent walls

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Basically, any adorable jut of glow

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