The start of a New Year is in many respects the perfect time to look for new and exciting DIY home decorating ideas. After the decadence and expense of the holidays, many homeowners will no doubt be looking to make a fresh start to the year. Elegant decor doesn’t have to break the bank. Consider adding a unique DIY design to your home. Not only will these great design projects keep the family busy during the cold winter months, but they will also help to keep expenses to a minimum.
Keep the Kids Happy Many kids will find it difficult to revert back to every day life after the excitement of the Christmas season. Find some fun and practical DIY home decorating projects that they can benefit from – it’s a fantastic way to keep the January blues at bay. If your home prides itself on the use of vibrant colors throughout, or if you’re simply looking to add a bit more, try an easy DIY and build a display using colored pencils. Find the video tutorial from YouTuber Polymer Artist here.
For Intermediate DIYers
A Focus for the Dry Season A lot of adults like to take a break following the festivities of Christmas and New Year. That’s no reason for not producing a decorative wine rack to store your favorite spirits. Whether it’s a more conventional self-assembly kit, an elaborate welded metal structure, or a rustic-looking wooden rack for that feel of the old country, building a wine rack is a great DIY project. Click here for the instructions from the Knoxville Holts. Whether it’s a more conventional self-assembly kit, an more elaborate welded metal structure, or a rustic-looking wooden rack for that feel of the old wine country, building a wine rack with a little help from the Anglia Tool Centre is a great way to see out the first weeks of the new year.
For the Pros
This original project will brighten up any room. Of course, it depends whether or not your art is for every day use as well as decoration, so the playroom might be a safe bet. Upgrade your favorite room with a cool feature by customizing a ceiling fan with scrapbook paper or utilize skateboard decks as fan blades. Get the How-To Guide from Modge Podge Rocks! here for paper fans, and NOTlabs tutorial here for the skateboard look.
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