20 Diy Living Room Decor Ideas On A Budget Your House And Garden

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20 Diy Living Room Decor Ideas On A Budget Your House And Garden

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When this blogger fell in love with an Anthropologie lamp shade, she decided to make her own for a fraction of the cost using linen fabric and a hot glue gun.

The living room is the most important room of every home, where the family gathers to spend time together. To make it the best it can be, we’re bringing you 15 DIY Living Room Decor Ideas, which will make it a much more relaxing and comfortable place for your family and friends without spending too much money.

What you’ll need: wallpaper, $7 per square foot, wayfair.com

Perk up your pencil cup with a bud vase that adds some life to your office space. Remove the ink cartridge from a dried up pen (most snap out easily). Fill with water, cap the pen at the bottom and pop in a thin-stemmed bloom.

Refresh existing hardware with pretty fabric swatches. It’s a pop of color you’ll notice (and use!) every day. 

It doesn’t have to be hard to make a statement wall in your bedroom. This blogger used plywood and mounting tape to create this envy-inducing decor moment.

A set of nesting bowls can accessorize your shelf or illuminate the dinner table thanks to this bright idea. Bonus: You can make it in under an hour.

Give your dining table a cheery face-lift for fall by making these custom, easy-care placemats. To start, gather fabric (heavier, “home decorating” weight works best), pinking shears and iron-on vinyl topping, which is available at most fabric stores. Cut fabric into 12″-by-17″ rectangles; iron. For each mat, cut two rectangles of the same size from the vinyl. Following package directions, iron a piece of vinyl onto each side of the place mat; use pinking shears to trim the edges of your mats. You’ll be able to sponge away any spills.

Dress up plain white dishes the easy way with ombre linens. The faded hues look fresh as napkins, but can double as placemats too.

Turn old crates into wall mounted display shelves. (DIY instructions: Design Sponge)

What you’ll need: gold Sharpie ($4 for a 2-pack, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Sharpie-Metallic-Permanent-Markers-Point/dp/B007SYUQ4Q/r” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), plywood ($8, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Plywood-Sheet-12-X12-X1-8/dp/B000KAH90O/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com)

What to do with a worn-out sweater? Or one you accidentally washed in hot water? Don’t sweat it; this simple craft turns your tattered cardigans, shrunken V-necks or the kids’ castoffs into cool coasters. Wash 100% wool in hot water, then dry with an agitator like jeans. After three rounds, sweaters should feel taut and felt-like. Use a pencil and a large-mouthed glass to trace circles onto the fabric, then snip out a set.

Make these stunning hanging planters to save some floor space. (DIY instructions: Vintage Revivals)

Skip painting and embrace a weathered finish for this tiny table. A set of rustic shutters provides the perfect base for a potted plant or a vase of blooms. 

For your next dinner party, try this trick to mark guests’ seats: Spear place cards onto wooden skewers atop lemon slices, then park them in glasses as you set the table. Simply snip card stock into two-inch squares, write names, slice lemon and assemble on skewers. Hint: Remind guests to remove them before drinking.

What you’ll need: wood skewers, $5 for a 100-pack, amazon.com

Furniture making doesn’t get easier than this. Attach hairpin legs to a piece of laminated shelf pine (available at lumber stores) for a simple shoe-tying spot. 

Skip the professional decorator and whip up your own homemade decor instead. With only a few supplies, these easy craft projects will spruce up the place in no time.

Vintage luggage adds both retro flair and clever storage to your home in three easy steps. Use them for stashing blankets or books at the foot of the bed. 

The upholstery tack isn’t just for sofas anymore. This fabric finisher is back in fashion — and makes an inexpensive way to add pizzazz to plain pieces of wood furniture. Buy tacks from a hardware or fabric store for about $10 a pack (we used two packs in two sizes); push or tap them in along the lines of a table, bench or chair for an eye-catching accent.

The dinner table shines a little brighter with a few clever “lamps.” Just pop a LED tea light in a wineglass and top with a paper shade. 

Disposable tissue box designs tend to (pardon the pun) blow. Here’s how to DIY an attractive topper that’ll last: Pick up an unfinished wooden tissue box, X-acto knife, wood veneer, decoupage glue (like Mod Podge) and polyurethane from a crafts store. Coat the box with polyurethane three times (follow product instructions). Cut four two-inch-wide strips of veneer, one to fit each side of the box. Glue on strips (ours are an inch from the bottom), coating both sides of each strip with glue, as well as the entire box; let dry. For a smooth finish, add a last polyurethane coat.

What you’ll need: nesting bowls ($35, amazon.com), nylon cord set ($29, westelm.com)

If you have a stack of magazines sitting in your home, make your own version of this magazine stool. (Via: California Home & Design)

Dress up bare walls with a trip to the photo shop. Get a favorite shot digitally enlarged and then add strips of wood along the top and bottom as a quick frame.

What you’ll need: cleaning wipes, $8 for a 2-pack, amazon.com

Open up your space with this rustic and modern mounted shelving unit, that can be made from a few basic hardware store materials. (DIY instructions: Almost Makes Perfect)

Give lingerie a hamper that befits its beauty — and separates delicates from the rest of the laundry. Gather a pretty patterned pillowcase, an embroidery hoop (we used a 12-inch ring), and 10 inches of ribbon to hang. Clamp the case into the hoop, tie on a loop of ribbon to the hoop’s clamp and hang near where you disrobe.

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Keep the clicker in easy reach of your armchair with this no-sew pillow pocket. You’ll need: a throw pillow with a removable cover, the pocket from a pair of jeans (men’s work best size-wise) and fusible webbing (found at fabric stores). Cut the whole pocket out of the pants. Sandwich the webbing between the cover and back of pocket edges; iron layers together. Put the cover back on, and settle in for the big game.

Old cabinet door destined for the landfill? Don’t be so closed-minded! With paint and a pair of drawer pulls, a salvaged cabinet door makes a great tray for entertaining. Fill any holes in the board with wood filler from a hardware store; let dry at least two hours. Sand and paint the surface; pre-drill holes and screw in handles of about four inches, as shown.

Existing curtains or pillows look extra luxe with new fringe. Another quick fix? Use leftover wall paint to refresh the frame of an old chair.

Make a super stylish brass wall mounted lamp to light up your living room. (DIY instructions: Hello Lidy)

Want to teach wee ones that every penny counts? Make a coin bank — for free. Rinse an empty cleaning-wipe container; remove the label. Download and print a new label. Cut to fit; affix with tape. Change can be dropped right in through the top hole.

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