3 DIY Projects You Should Try

Are you searching for simple Do-It-Yourself projects and enjoyable activities to do this weekend or during your days off? You’ve come to the right place. This blog compiles a list of our favorite DIY projects that will make a huge impression without spending too much time.

Many of these DIY ideas can be completed with tools, equipment, and extra materials that you may already have in your storage, so they won’t break the bank.

Add Indoor Plants Decor

Install an indoor living wall if you have an empty wall space that you can’t figure out what to do with. It is a great way to decorate the wall behind the sofa. Bringing living plants into your space can instantly revitalize it, and having greenery indoors is a fantastic way to improve peace and wellbeing.

Place many wall planters in a row over a sofa or sideboard to create symmetry and a lovely alternative to a typical picture wall. Fill with low-maintenance ferns and trailing plants that will stand out against a neutral backdrop.

Create A Boho Chandelier

Create a stunning vintage-style chandelier by repurposing a few old mini lampshades. Choose shades in vibrant, clashing hues or use floral designs, then wrap them up with colorful ribbons, tassels, and ric-rac edging. To glue the trimmings on, simply use a hot glue gun.

To make a cluster-style chandelier pendant you will need 4 or 5 small shades, as well as unique light fittings and colored wiring for each pendant. 

Make A Gallery Wall

Do you have a lot of photos and prints that you haven’t put up yet? This simple display design takes less than a day to build together and is a great alternative to a fixed gallery wall because the photographs can be moved around or added to if you want to change things up later.

You will need 2 or 3 small wooden picture ledges. Make your own ledges out of a few lengths of wood or purchase ready-made ledges. Place the ledges in rows on the wall, checking for straightness with a spirit level. The distance between each ledge should be determined by the tallest piece on exhibit.

You opt to paint the ledges to match the wall for a seamless aesthetic, or you can paint them in a different color to pop out against the background. Simply position photos against the wall and fill any gaps with little decorations after they’re up.

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