Home Decor Hacks

16 Ingenious Home Decor Hacks To Brighten Up Your Living Spaces – Part 2

 

In some houses, everything always appears so neat, homely and perfectly put together. Amazingly enough, you don't necessarily have to spend lots of money if you want to achieve this sort of look throughout your home. There are plenty of small, yet effective ways to spruce up your home DIY-style. So, if you want to add a touch of color, or achieve a nice effect in your living space, look no further! These easyDIY home decor hacks are a brilliant way to add sparkle and class to your home.

 

Don't forget to check out Part 1 of this post below:
15 Ingenious Home Decor Hacks To Brighten Up Your Living Spaces – Part 1

 

This handy website lets you see how your room will look if painted different colors.

Check it out here.

 

Transform an ugly rubber mat with pretty fabric and a spray adhesive.

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Likewise, you can transform a boring old window roller blind into something much more special with lovely fabric and a hot glue gun.

Find instructions here.

 

For an inexpensive and attractive alternative to bookshelves, use stair treads and corbets.

 

Check out the easiest way to hang a picture perfectly.

 

For a space-saving lamp, hang a light bulb on a cord off of a wall-mounted shelf bracket.

 

Paint your unsightly, ugly laminate or vinyl floors pretty colors.

 

Use water and cornstarch to make removable wallpaper out of fabric.

Find the exact instructions here.

 

Weave a welcome message onto your screen door using embroidery floss.

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A slender, floating book shelf is a great way to make use of otherwise 'dead' storage space.

 

Make use of removable contact paper so you can pre-arrange your photo gallery prior to drilling any holes.

 

 

Make a statement wall hanging with these oversized prints by Staples, called 'engineer prints'.

 

Poke holes in a dark lampshade for a lovely, starry effect.

 

Tie shower curtains with bows instead of unsightly hooks.

 

Half-painted walls will create the illusion of higher ceilings.

 

Try coating the inside of a dark lamp with glitter. It will create a cool, reflective effect.

 

Don't forget to check out Part 1 of this post below:
15 Ingenious Home Decor Hacks To Brighten Up Your Living Spaces – Part 1

 

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