18 DIY Projects That You’ve Never Heard Of… But Will Definitely Want To Try

Advertisement

DIY’s have gotten incredibly popular, and in order to stay fresh, DIY’ers have had to get even more ingenius. Suddenly, do-it-yourself projects have become an entire universe of crafty and creative, with each new tutorial seeming better than the last.

Here, we’ve compiled 18 awesome ideas for DIYs from around the Internet. Check them out, Google the tutorials, and start turning your home into your own epic DIY fantasy.#12 would look awesome in your kitchen.

01. A coat rack that branches out.

By spray painting branches and affixing them between floor and ceiling, you can create an awesome coat rack that will have guests impressed as soon as they step in the front door.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-01adesignerlife.net

02. Say it with string.

Weave string across a canvas to create this interesting wall hanging for your home – google “wall string art” for tutorials.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-02make-haus.com

03. A touch of sparkle.

Twinkle lights can add a certain ambiance to any space. Put them in outdoor spaces for a magical touch at summertime dinner parties.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-03restorationhardware

04. A fresh new outdoor seat.

Proof that anything can be repurposed to create something great.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-04lenasekine.blogspot

05. Wall birdcages that make your heart sing.

Wooden birdcages can be found relatively inexpensively at your local craft store, and by painting them in vivid colors, you can create great wall art for you home. Bonus: Extra shelving.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-05thedecorologist

06. A lampshade that’s all buttoned up.

Just sew them on like you would on a jacket!

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-06kidskubby

07. A posh bookshelf.

Wallpaper isn’t just for walls – you can line the backs of your bookshelves with it, too.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-07redouxinteriors.com

08. The old classic with a twist.

Chalkboard walls have become pretty popular – give your chalkboard a frame for a nice extra touch.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-08shanty-2-chic

9. A tree stump table.

Sometimes, you can find perfectly good tree stump pieces at the lumber yard, and they’ll sell them to you for a song. Just cut, sand, and paint to create an awesome new table.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-09theartofdoingstuff

10. A lace candle holder.

Moisten doilies and mold around a balloon, and when it dries, it will create the perfect little enclosure for a votive candle. Simple, yet so elegant.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-10candlemaking.craftgossip.com

11. A file cabinet makeover.

Use a stencil – or your own hand if you’re a great drawer – to liven up a boring old file cabinet.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-11fabricpaperglue

12. A mosaic penny table.

Because you never use your pennies, anyways. Shellac the top of the table for a shiny, crack-free finish.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-12epbot

13. A vintage desk with a hot new look.

Using wallpaper on the drawers and chalkboard paint on the surface, you can transform any vintage desk into the desk of your dreams.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-13girlinthegarage

14. An end table dog bed.

Just paint the table and add a complimentary cushion below.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-14rustedtreasure

15. A DVD bird bath mosaic.

Because let’s face it: No one watches DVDs anymore.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-15meandmydiy.com

16. A tree branch lamp.

Branches make the most excellent bases for all kinds of furnitutr.

abitofbeesknees.blogspot.gr

17. A spoon mirror.

A bunch of plastic spoons never looked this cool.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-17craftaholicsanonymous.net

18. A jewelry tree.

You can buy these at home goods stores, but you can also make one yourself out of any suitable branch. These help ensure that your necklaces never get tangled again.

AD-DIY-Projects-That-You've-Never-Heard-Of-18shadesoftangerine.blogspot.com

Like what you’re reading? Subscribe to our top stories.

Advertisement

Share your Thoughts

Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

Share This Post On

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares
Share This