15 DIY Home Decor Projects

Check out this eclectic bunch of DIY home decor projects to elevate all sorts of spaces in your home!

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1. Fireplace with Electric Insert

Today’s project, how to build a DIY fireplace with electric insert is such a great way to add warmth and coziness to a room.  Yes friends, I’m sharing how to make a fake fireplace with a DIY mantel using an electric fireplace insert that works with or without heat.  I know what you’re thinking… How good could a  faux fireplace really look?  Well, take a peek below at my DIY fireplace plans and finished project and you be the judge.

From: H2OBungalow

2. Beginner Macrame Garland

Let me show you how to make this simple beginner macrame garland which I’m planning on using in my fall and Christmas decor.

From: Cuckoo4Design

3. Custom Wooden Drawer Organizers

Well, for this project, forget what you know about “custom,” because these wooden drawer organizers were super budget friendly and the results were amazing!

From: KeysToInspiration

4. Wood and Leather Trellis Plant Wall

For months I have been itching to recreate this modern trellis project in my home, and hooray! for finally getting around to it!

From: VintageRevivals

5. Blanket Ladder

I made a DIY Blanket Ladder for under $10!  I’ve been wanting to make a blanket ladder for ages… so I’m thrilled I finally got a chance.  It’s amazing what a cozy addition a blanket ladder makes to a room.

From: DomesticallySpeaking

6. Sunflower Kissing Balls

These colorful hanging flower balls (also known as “kissing balls”) are a simple and fun decoration to hang over a buffet at a party, during a Fall-themed wedding, or to just hang on a doorway or front porch as seasonal decor.

From: AlwaysOrderDessert

7. Drawer Organizer

Seriously, I love how easy this was. I am totally going to do it in all my bathrooms!

From: OrganizedMom

8. Fur Bench

Today though, I want to share a fun Simple DIY Fur Bench. I don’t know about you but when the weather starts to feel a bit crisp, I’m ready for chunky blankets, a little fur and sweats. Definitely sweats.

From: BiggerThanTheThreeOfUs

9. Floating Shelf

You can’t even imagine how easy is to make this fun DIY FLOATING SHELF. Check it out! This simple project looks amazing!

From: PlaceOfMyTaste

10. Living Room Media Shelves

Years ago huge entertainment centers and television stands were the norm for many households. Today however, there are many other options for your living room decorating. Instead of those old bulky entertainment centers or boring TV stands, there is a better way to showcase your TV and make the area around it look enticing as well.

From: Womenio

11. Dog Crate Hack

This is a pretty simple table build. We purchased four Parson’s wood legs, 28″ long and built a custom table to fit perfectly overtop of the crate. I decided on plain, Parson’s legs because we already had a lot of turned legs in this space, so I thought this would break things up.  using 1″ x 4″ pine boards for the tabletop and a Kreg jig. We decided we wanted the crate to be large enough to slide easily out of the front or the ends of the table.

From: SnazzyLittleThings

12. Day Bed

What’s a better way to unwind during the weekend than to rest on a beautiful and comfortable outdoor space in your home? This project will give you a great place to read, relax and enjoy some fresh air and sunshine.


13. Corner Shelves

Being in the corner, it not only changes the look of the room completely, but it’s also quite functional. A lot of things like a photo frame, a small clock, books, decoration pieces and etc could be kept on them. Here is a simple guide on how you can make DIY Corner Shelves.

From: Kreadiy

14. Cheap Dollar Tree Bins into Pier 1 Knock-offs

Turn cheap Dollar Tree storage bins into lined woven baskets that look like they came from Pier 1. All you need is some fabric, rope, and a glue gun.

From: BusyBliss

15. Vertical House Number Sign

When I worked a fun exterior project for Home Depot’s DIY Challenge a couple weeks ago (to be shared in a couple weeks), I knew I needed something simple but with character. This number sign fit the bill!

From: ShadesOfBlueInteriors

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