If you are addicted to Pinterest as I am, you probably get bitten by the home DIY bug once in a while. Just because making the environment around us more beautiful is among us creative people’s biggest obsessions. And, let’s face it, home decoration can be costly. In conclusion, DIYing is many times the perfect solution!
Honestly, some pretty professional home DIY pieces can revamp in a second every corner of your sweet abode for a fraction of their store-bought lookalikes’ cost.
A couple of those DIYs shown here can also be called IKEA hacks, as they use IKEA base pieces embellished with a cool touch. However, you can get creative and use anything else that you’ve got lying around.
Oh yeah, chances are you might not have all the tools to make your home DIY dreams come true. Therefore, look for a FabLab in your city or any space where you can get your hands to work.
For when your table top’s life is reaching its end, but you still love its feet. Here’s a tutorial for a concrete tabletop.
2. Mid-Century Plywood Hairpin Legs Nightstand
Plywood is the cheapest wood you can get, however, this beautiful nightstand takes minutes to be assembled.
Or you can make a mini-version for a toilet paper holder…
Just change your cabinet handles for leather pulls. Simple as that.
This does it for a Scandinavian Boho house likewise for a minimal Christmas decoration.
Either repurpose your used curtain rings or buy some for cheap and voilà!
For those bits of wood that are left from kitchen counters and other projects.
There’s a bunch of those DIY copper clothes racks around the internet. However, I like Geneva‘s for its fresh, triangle shape. Though I also really like this minimal proposal, this hanging option, this hotel porter with wheels, and this concrete-feet rack. Truth is, you can always hang ropes from the ceiling and use a single copper pipe, sometimes as long as your room. Why not?
For those times, you really like a fruit bowl design, but you aren’t fond of fruit bowls.
It doesn’t get easier than that: find a mason jar and cover it with a copper pipe.
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