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bohemian diy decor ideas | by Stefan , posted in How To, Tips, and Advice , on May 23rd, 2011

Blue Master Bedroom

Corner of bedroom...such a good idea. easy transition through childs stages of life ( from coloring to homework to make/up & hair to studying to computer) .. then nice for a guest room/office after kids are gone!) Or corner office in basement

counter inside pantry to store appliances... i think this is my favorite idea ever... i do not like things on my counter

The couches!!!!!!!

Spray paint a rubber doormat. your colors.

Generate Your WiFi Password As A QR Code -- never get asked again... great idea for guest room. Nerdy and I love it.

Hide the chaos of your family's schedule and doo-dads with this built in cupboard via archithings.com

28 Decorating Tricks To Brighten Up Your Rented Home - @BuzzFeed

Gorgeous teal and neutrals!

Very cool DIY mirrors. "Jessy from Fairytale Frosting shares how she created her own set of intricately designed mirrors for under ten bucks. She first used her Cricut to cut patterns from contact paper and applied them to six mirrors she already had on hand from the dollar store. After spraying them with frosted glass spray paint, she removed the contact paper and voila!"

I'm gonna have to try these! Totally diy-able and way cheaper than buying magnets. Easy and inexpensive. $5 for a bag of 100 or so peglass pebbles. Modge Podge scrapbook paper to the back of the glass and let it dry. Glue the magnets with E6000 glue.

LOVE THIS!!! Pictures of kids in the tub in the bathroom... great idea!

from lemon seeds. Lemon leaves smell so good.

DIY any-size baby (or dog!) gate. These things are so so expensive to buy! Nice alternative to save money!

Good to remember: Lemon, rosemary and vanilla home deodorizer - let simmer all day, adding water when needed. Williams Sonoma store smell!

Make a bench out of your crib to keep it for sentimental reasons when the kiddos grow out of it! LOVE!

Instantly hang a second panel behind existing curtains using a bungee cord!