One of the most incredible ways to transform your home is with a good ole’ DIY.
When you have a vision of how you want your home to look, it can be overwhelming how to make that vision come to life.
But in this post, I am sharing some DIYs that will help you look outside the box and reenvision things you may already have.
And hopefully, take away that overwhelm of how to accomplish your goal with a good ole’ DIY.
But mostly, I want to empower you with tools you can use to turn your home into your dream home one DIY at a time.
The BEST PART?
It is cheap!
Here is a video sharing my home with you to give you tips & ideas on how you can make your home look beautiful for cheap.
Here are some DIYs I’m sharing with you today.
They are the top transformational DIYs that have brought the biggest change in my home.
And I want to share my favorites with you.
The first ones on the list are the chalk paint makeovers.
Here is a link to 4 Simple Chalk Paint Makeovers for Beginners.
You can refresh a room simply by painting an existing table and chairs, for example.
Here is a link to the full reveal here of this breakfast nook.
And the tutorial on how to paint a table and chairs is here.
Another DIY that can transform your home is painting a fabric chair.
To get the full tutorial on how to paint a fabric chair, go here.
Or this vintage chair with tufted buttons.
It was a chair I found at Goodwill for $5.99.
I take you through the steps of how to paint the tufted areas.
There is a technique to it.
But look at the AFTER!
Here is the tutorial on how to paint a tufted chair, here.
Another good ole’ DIY is using paper.
I’m sharing a compilation of DIYs using dictionary paper here.
I discovered some sweet dictionary pieces at a boutique shop that caught my eye.
They were quite expensive.
It started the wheels in my mind to churn on how to recreate similar decor pieces using dictionary paper.
And I’m excited to share them with you here.
They are vintage inspired with a subtle impact.
The dictionary paper rose is one of my favorites.
For the full tutorial on how to make this rose go here.
Another way to give your home pizazz is to make a gorgeous wreath.
A wreath brightens up a space, whether on the porch, over the fireplace, or anywhere you need a little cheer.
Here is the DIY for making the Spring Barrel Wreath.
And this dictionary page wreath below is versatile for all seasons and so much fun to make.
Here is the tutorial on how to make it here.
And the video with easy steps is here.
The Christmas wreath below is another all-time favorite.
I’m adding it to this compilation of wreaths since this could be made into a spring, fall, or winter wreath.
Instead of using a pine branch wreath as a base, you could use a eucalyptus wreath and add the same plates.
Change out the ribbon for a more spring or summer feel.
The ideas are endless.
Isn’t this wreath beautiful or what?
I hope these good ole’ DIYs inspired you with ideas to transform your home.
DIYs give that personalized touch that is unique.
Once placed among your other things, it will fit perfectly because you gave it the look needed to fit in your home.
For more home decor inspiration, go here.
And if you want to see all of my DIYs with one click, go here.