Creative Decorating Ideas That Will Make Your Room Cool and Chic
Embroidery Laundry Hamper via makingniceinthemidwest.com Try this fun decorating idea if you need to save space. Sweater Pillow via honeybearlane.com These beautiful sweater pillows are made using an old sweater, fabric, and foam for the middle. Quick to make, and perfect to add some color to your bedroom or living room.
1. Embroidery Laundry Hamper
Try this fun decorating idea if you need to save space. All you need is an old pillowcase, a drill, hook and screws, embroidery hoop and some ribbon!
2. Sweater Pillow
These beautiful sweater pillows are made using an old sweater, fabric, and foam for the middle. Quick to make, and perfect to add some color to your bedroom or living room.
3. Create Over-sized Letters Using Paper Mache
Personalize any room in your house with this amazing decorating idea. Create your own giant letters using paper mache and silver or gold metallic spray.
4. Fabric In Frames
This decorating idea is a great way to brighten up your walls without spending too much money. Cut up your old, patterned blankets and simply insert into picture frames. For an extra quirky effect, use different sized frames.
5. Homemade Cork Mat
Try this cool decorating idea to add some life to your kitchen. Simply cut up old cork bottle tops, arrange them into a pattern you like, and glue the pieces together. You can even use red wine stained corks to add color and depth to your mat.
6. Branch Jewelry Hanger
This beautiful decorating idea is simple to make and totally free.
7. Geometric Wall Hanging
Use an old sheet, a tub of paint and a cardboard cut out to create wall hangings for your home. Try a multicolored version for a child’s bedroom!
8. Branch Bed Post
Add a unique twist to your bedroom using this cool decorating idea. Simply superglue the branches to each corner of your bed, then using string, tie the fairylights to the top of each branch.
9. Crate Chairs
Try your hand at making crate chairs to add a relaxed feel to any room in your house. Staple or glue plywood to the top of the crate, and then create your own cushion on top of the wood!
10. Hide Plugs With A Picture
Hide unsightly plugs and thermostats by buying a cheap picture and adding hinges. You can still access everything easily, but with a much more enjoyable view.
11. String Art Heart
Make yourself a simple, pretty string heart for any room in your house. For a more unique look, make a few hearts using different colored thread.
12. DIY Shoebox Shelves
Shoe boxes can be used in lots of ways to help add life to your home. This colorful design uses shoe boxes, spray paint and decorative paper to creative unique storage spaces.
13. Fairy-lights And A Canvas
This cool decorating idea is super simple to make. Simply cut a design you love into a blank canvas, then place your fairy-lights behind the canvas.
14. Photograph Clock
To create this stunning clock idea, buy a minimalistic clock without numbers, and use your favorite photographs to mark the time.
15. Blanket Ladder
Make use of an old blanket with this easy decorating idea. This is the easiest and quickest way to freshen up your bedroom!
16. Wood Coat Rack
Use a plant of wood, nails and branches to make this eye-catching wooden coat rack.
17. Tea-light Fireplace
Add warmth to your living room with this DIY project. Simply cut small holes into driftwood, and put tea-lights inside. All you have to do is light the candles, and there you have it – instant coziness!
18. Dixie Cup Garland
This cute decorating idea is perfect for nurseries, weddings, parties, and your bedroom. Use pale hues to create a calming effect, or brighter colors if you want to make a statement!
19. Natural Element Decor
Bring the seasons inside with this thrifty decorating idea. From nuts, to seeds, to branches, add a unique and cheap seasonal twist to any room in your home.
20. Fairy-lights And Photographs
Highlight your favorite memories (literally!) using photographs, clips and fairy-lights. Alternatively try clipping up mementos, such as gig tickets or pages from your favorite book.
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