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DIY Ideas for Your Home

Wall-mounted pockets—one for each family member—keep mail, homework, and other papers separate, organized, and all in one place:

Give your home a personal touch or update your decor with one of these DIY paint projects:

Try your hand at dyeing to bring a little color to plain fabric accessories:

Self-adhesive and repositionable wallpaper creates a romantic accent that's easy to apply, remove, and reuse:

DIY-ify: 14 Clever Outdoor DIY’s from @Chelsey The Paper Mama. Get the full post on our Style Spotters Blog:

Round up a series of pretty frames, remove the art, spray paint them in a unifying color scheme, and arrange them on a wall:

Outfitted with divided storage (typically used in kitchen drawers) and a power strip, this drawer serves as a charging dock and daily organizer for cell phones, music players, and other electronics:

Upcycle book pages with a statement piece for your screened-in door or indoor area of your home:

A wood-tone magnetic board takes up mere inches of wall space but imbues an entryway with loads of convenience:

Turn patterned cloth napkins into a kicky pair of curtains by joining their edges with jeans rivets spaced every 2 inches:

Explore new uses for old maps. Use spray adhesive to attach a map to a plain lampshade:

Transport serving necessities to the table with ease in a wooden tool caddy:

DIY-ify: Under Cabinet Rice and Pasta Storage from @Chelsey The Paper Mama. Get these great storage tips on our Style Spotters blog:

Deep drawers make an antique grain bin well suited for storing dinner-party staples:

  • Dee Kijanko

    I LOVE IT!!! Let's find one!! Thanks for pinning me Anite!! Love u!

Add hooks to an interesting piece of architectural salvage to give it purpose:

Use damaged or discarded books and a lamp kit to build this literary light:

Use an old toolbox as an undercover charging station. Drill a hole in the back of the box to make way for a power strip:

Bring dimension to a throw pillow with fabric rosettes. To create rosettes on a pillow cover, fold 4-inch-wide strips of fabric in half, lengthwise and sew a basting stitch along the edge opposite the fold:

  • Rosemary Hansbury

    This looks more like a grouping of heads of Boston Lettuce. Perhaps red or pink would be rosette-like.

Easily update dated furniture with fresh fabric. Use these basic upholstery techniques to get your furniture looking fashionable: