Refresh any room with an easy and quick DIY painting technique. Divide walls with stripes of white paint, colour blocking either side with bright and lively hues to revive its interior design and give it a fresh new feel.
If you’re new to woodworking, this simple DIY project shows it is never too late to begin! All it requires is one piece of wood and some simple cuts.
1. Bottle Vase Display
If your old flower vase needs updating, this simple DIY allows you to transform empty bottles into stylish displays of live greenery such as pothos or plant cuttings. All it requires is spray paint, adhesive remover and some spare time!
Once the labels have been removed from your bottle, be sure to clean and dry it thoroughly before upcycling it. Select your stem of choice to complete its look.
Painting, sewing, crochet and crafting are popular hobbies among adults and kids alike. From relieving boredom to picking up new skills, beginner crafts are sure to provide something enjoyable – an entryway shelf being one of the easiest DIY projects for newcomers!
2. Paper Towel Dispenser
This DIY paper towel holder is an innovative and unique way to organize kitchen towels in style. Easy and cost-effective to create, it adds flair and charm to your home! For all the instructions on Squirrellyminds please read their tutorial.
This DIY project is an excellent way for those just getting into DIY to ease themselves into it. It takes only about an hour to finish and requires only a large round wooden base and dowel as materials.
Almostmakesperfect offers an instructional guide on how to craft an eye-catching and functional paper towel holder from a wooden board, copper pipe and dowel.
Shelving may seem straightforward, but it can add style and storage space to any room. Experiment with various wood stains for shelves that match your decor and bring harmony to any environment.
BeadCraftWoodWorks offers a unique book shelf designed to showcase a selection of your favorite titles with its angled wooden planks that allow it to accommodate a mini library without taking up much room. Label each book using stiff white or colored card, making it easier for both you and your family to locate what to read next.
Bring modernity into your living room or home office with this chic shelving project from TheBirchHomeCo, featuring natural birch branch trimmings combined with lumber planks for a rustic charm and extra storage for small items.
4. Book or Tablet Holder
Do you need an easy DIY solution to prop up your tablet while reading or watching movies? This project makes an excellent solution, easy enough for beginners and made out of scrap fabric!
DIYer created a stand out of wood to hold their tablet in their kitchen and free their hands up so they could follow a recipe or check emails while making pasta sauce.
Turn an old wooden picture frame into a book or tablet holder using this guide’s step-by-step instructions, making this an enjoyable and useful craft project that you can do in an afternoon!
5. Ironing Board Holder
Woodworking doesn’t need to be difficult! With some basic ideas and research, even novice DIYers can make significant changes in their home with woodwork.
Make an impactful statement with photos by hanging them on the wall with this simple wooden photo holder! A stylish alternative to traditional frames, and an easy project for beginners alike!
Utilize these beginner projects to organize your kitchen and reduce clutter and maximize functionality in this space. Many can be completed without power tools – making these ideal projects for those starting out.
Make old baskets more stylish and useful with this easy DIY project, adding both style and function. A fantastic way to use up fabric scraps, this functional storage solution doubles up as a decorative element in the living room.
6. Candle Holder
Add an authentic global look to your home decor with this quick and simple DIY Kilim Candle Holder project, made with air dry clay and cookie cutters for the perfect shape! It takes only minutes!
Create an eye-catching beach-inspired candle holder to complete your summer decor, using decorative sand and shells from your local beach to complete it. However, avoid using real beach sand as this may contain bugs such as gnats!
Use leftover skateboard veneer scraps to craft this wood candle holder, perfect for anyone who appreciates rustic warmth and would make an unusual present idea. Or create advent candle holders using mason jars so your family can celebrate this festive season together!