This month for the At Home DIY Challenge, we had to make something in under two hours.
It was super fun to get outside the box. But it also made me realize that a lot of the projects for our home have taken a long time.
Like, wayyyy more than two hours:
- Putting together our home workshop ideas
- How to build floating shelves
- Paint by numbers furniture
- How to paint a rug
But a project doesn’t have to be super time-consuming or elaborate to have a major impact. It can be as simple as throwing a new coat of paint on something you already own. Or building something small and fast. Or heck, adding plants, even!
This is such a smart and beautiful use for tin ceiling tiles. It would look really need with a colorful, distressed finish, too.
You guys know I usually go for more muted colors, but I'm obsessed with everything about this bright, happy, funky lamp!
DIY Hanging Plant Holder: Make a Wooden Hanging Plant Pot Holder
This is a beautiful minimalist planter, but it would be so fun with colorful beads, too, if that's more your style!
Learn how to make the wooden frame and this crazy beautiful art!
You literally don't need to sew a single stitch to whip up this beautiful wall art in about an hour with my secret supply!
DIY Mirror Frame - Frame Your Bathroom Mirror for less than $20! -
If this mirror transformation is any indication, then I can't wait to see the rest of this bathroom makeover!
This sign is the perfect coastal cottage accent for your front door if this fits your decor style.
Forget two hours -- you could do this pretty project in under an hour. Talk about a big impact without a ton a time!
You'll never guess what this mirror looked like before it got a makeover...
It turns out making your own curtain rods can be way more cost-effective than buying them ready-made.