A new year is fast approaching, and you might be thinking of redecorating your home for a new look and fresher vibe. There are many DIY home redecoration projects you can take on that won’t break the bank. If you are looking for something worthwhile to do at home during the holidays, here are some ideas you may consider:
1. Industrial-inspired light fixtures
DIY industrial-inspired light fixtures are incredibly easy to make nowadays. This used to be a work you should leave to electricians since it involves wires and circuits you may not be familiar with. This is where YouTube video tutorials come in handy. Most tutorials already include the list of materials you would need to complete the project, and they can be purchased cheaply either online or in physical stores.
Whether you want a more rustic or minimalist feel, you can create and achieve many lighting styles and designs depending on your taste!
Maybe your bedroom paint has become too discolored and is already calling for a new paint job. Repainting your bedroom can be expensive. Using tapestry to decorate your bedroom or living room is a cheap way to beautify your bedroom walls, not to mention less tedious.
You can use tapestries in many ways to complement the theme of your bedroom. Boho designs are quite common. This design will be a perfect fit if you plan to install your DIY rustic light fixture in your bedroom.
Wallpapers are another inexpensive way to redecorate your walls. They usually cost around one to two dollars per square meter. Unlike tapestries, you can cover up your bedroom’s entire wall instead of just a portion of it. There’s a wide variety of wallpaper styles you can choose from to go with your bedroom theme.
3. Indoor plants
Having indoor plants is not only aesthetically pleasing, but they can also help reduce stress levels. There are many indoor plants you can choose from. But if you plan to place it inside your bedroom, a miniature succulent may be your best choice. This is because you don’t need to water them every day, which can get a little messy.
Succulents are best placed on floating shelves or just near your windowsill to give you a sense of being close to nature, especially if you live in a city where plants and trees are not as abundant.
4. Floating shelves
Running out of storage or want to add some spice to your bedroom? Floating shelves are good for adding some design to your room where you can display picture frames, books, or even miniature succulents. Depending on their size, they can also be storage for other things such as consoles or figurine collection.
If you love hosting parties or intimate gatherings with friends and loved ones, it is worth considering doing a DIY minibar. Whether it is a bar cart you can take anywhere inside the house or built-in somewhere in your dining or kitchen area, a minibar can add flare to your next party-hosting event.
You can display expensive and cheap alcoholic beverages paired with classy and elegant wine and liquor glasses to impress friends and relatives!
DIY home projects can help you save a lot of money and time. It also helps channel your creativity and manage stress levels. While DIY projects are things, you should do by “yourself,” who’s to say you can’t do it with your significant other or maybe even your kid? These home redecoration ideas are perfect ways to spend more time with your family while at the same time beautifying your home.
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