Everybody wants to have a well-decorated house. However, doing up a new place can be a daunting task, especially if you haven't done it earlier. Moving into a new house often requires a huge chunk of money upfront, which can sometimes hinder your plans of getting expensive furniture, decorations or a professional.
Assuming you would want to add a personal touch to the decor to make your house feel more like home, we have come up with five inexpensive and easy-to-do DIYs. After all, there is nothing more satisfying than having your friends asking you where you purchased your successful project from.
With the help of a laundry hamper, you can separate your handkerchiefs and lingerie from the rest of the laundry. All you need is an embroidery hoop, a pillowcase and a ten-inch ribbon.
The candle lampshade is an ideal way to give your brunch table a chic look. To make this lamp, you require scrapbook paper, wine glasses, double-sided tapes, LED tea lights and scissors.
If you have a plain-looking drawer, you can make it look livelier by simply covering its knobs with bright colored fabric.
Just cut colorful fabric in squares slightly larger than the knobs. Before pasting these squares using a sponge brush, make sure you coat the knobs with glue.
If you have a bowl just lying in your shelf, you can put it to better use. You will need a nylon cord set and tin snip.
First, turn the bowl over and cut a hole that is wide enough to fit the light cord. Next, insert the end of the cord from one end and screw the bulb from the other end. Once complete, attach to a power source and hang.
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This is where you can use those corks that have been lying in the kitchen. The other things you require besides the corks are – a piece of wood, glue, paint and brushes. Paint the corks in a color of your choice and let it dry. Next, glue down the corks and let them set.