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We deserve a nice place to rest in between potting petunias and pulling up weeds, so let’s make a DIY outdoor bench with these creative ideas. Repurpose your old bed frame and paint them into a nice bed frame bench. If you have the baby crib that is no longer being used anymore, convert them into a beautiful bench that is both practical and nostalgic. You can add some bed sheet or throw pillow to make it more comfortable while spending your spare time outdoor.

Tiny bathrooms are tough to design because they are compact; save money on materials for using less material- but small bathroom is small, and nobody likes being cramped. You can start decorating your space by avoid hanging anything that sticks out from the walls especially in very narrow bathrooms. Just go with built-in toilet paper holders and magazine racks. Also try to avoid decorating shelves because it takes away precious square footage.

More than a million plastic bottles are thrown each day. From a laundry detergent to mineral water plastic bottles, people are buying it almost every day. A crafty DIY project is the best way to minimize environmental impact and even save your money. Check out these creative projects using plastic bottles to save our environment.

Let’s decorate your cubicle to create positive energy flow when working. Lamps reign pretty supreme in the electrical-light ambiance factor, so add lamp on your cubicle and feel immediate change with its warmer lumens. If you have the space, designate shelf for décor to add refreshing curve appeal to a space that us very angular by nature. You can add your massive binder, reference books or even accessories in it.

A rustic but modern headboard is can completely change your bedroom and it is very easy to make. Many of people think that headboard is useless and added expense. But the fact, bed is furniture that has multiple parts; a mattress and box spring, a frame and a headboard. If you feel frustrated by the barren landscape and start to make it look intentional, a headboard is the number one place to start.

Give your space a fresh look with these DIY home decor projects. Make a great quote with the gallery treatment. Lay a piece of poster board on a flat surface and use letter stencils to spell out the phrase of your choice on the board and spell out backward then flip the stencils over. Trace the letters onto the board with a pencil and carefully cut out the letters then use hem tape to affix a patterned piece of fabric to the poster board and flip the poster board over to reveal the finished artwork, and then frame.

Great guests and add curb appeal to your home by adding fresh color and unique style to your front entry with these DIY front porch patio designs. Add a variety of old and new containers to hold red geranium, rosemary and topiary evergreen just like Italian-villa inspired entry for your front porch patio. Or a full of herbs and flowers to great guests with color and wonderful smell just like farmer’s market style. Transform your daybed with a new DIY mattress and pillows to comfort your guests.

Take some inspiration from these DIY garden path ideas to make it by yourself. One of the most basic DIY garden path ideas that you can do is a gravel path that is cheap and affordable and easy to do. You also don’t have to dig very deep to achieve what you want even on cold-weather climates. The tiny stones move fluidly, so the winter’s freezes and thaws won’t heave and crack the surface in the same way they would with a rigid material like stones or pavers.

Spread holiday cheer with these creative, sweet and simple handmade gifts for friends. Make your own gift toppers to humble the gift package. A paper Straw Christmas tree; use a pencil to draw a triangle shape, cut paper straws , adhere with hot-glue and weave a piece of string down the length of tree and adhere it with dots along the way. Or make a yarn pom-pom; twirl yarn around four fingers 50 times, cut it and slide loop off fingers, making sure that it doesn’t unravel and cinch at middle with yarn.

Whether you live in the country or your home is in the city, you still can have beautiful rustic decor and you can do it all yourself. Here are some lists of DIY projects to give your space the rustic look. Many of it is so easy to do, so you can complete them in less than a day. The projects itself use all sorts of materials which are really inexpensive or cheap in some cases.