Spend a weekend this winter getting crafty in your home! If you’re looking for some ways to spruce up your home, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got some creative DIY projects that you don’t need to spend much money on to complete.
1. Use Mason Jars for Bathroom Storage
It’s easy for bathroom essentials–like Q-tips, cotton swabs, tissues, and shaving & makeup supplies–to get disorganized and messy. Streamline your necessities into pint-sized Mason jars to keep everything in one place and squared away. Not only will you give your bathroom a clean new look, but you’ll also have an easier time dusting and cleaning your shelves and surfaces. This DIY project is a quick and simple way to kill an hour or two on a winter weekend!
2. Create a Textured Wall
Ready to repaint a room in your home? We’ve got an inventive way to add texture to your your walls! Buy an inexpensive broom at your nearby hardware store, and brush it onto your walls after applying a fresh coat of paint with a rolling brush. Be sure to maintain a steady stroke to ensure the line texture is straight and consistent. This is a great way to hide uneven parts on old walls, rather than paying a lot of money to have them resurfaced.
3. Build a Trendy Bar Tray
Make your cocktail fixings and glassware accessible, organized, and attractive with this DIY bar tray. It’s hard to find a bar cart that’s inexpensive and petite, especially if you have limited space in your home. We’ve got a solution for you! You’ll need to buy two things: a) Visit your nearby home goods store and purchase an edged wooden tray that would fit all of your bar ingredients. b) Go on Amazon.com and purchase a restaurant tray stand that would accommodate your new wooden tray (tip: there are lots of stainless steel options that will compliment the wooden tray). Simply place the tray atop the stand and you’ve got yourself a terrific place to make and serve cocktails to your guests!
What DIY projects have you done in your home? Comment below to share your latest projects!