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13 DIY Home Decor Projects You Can Complete in a Weekend

June 2nd, 2020 by Lexi Klinkenberg | Redfin
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Since we have been spending more time in our homes lately, now may be the perfect time to declutter, reorganize, or revamp your space. Though these tasks can seem overwhelming if you think about them in the context of your entire home, instead, set some specific and achievable goals that will help refresh your home and give you a sense of renewal. Simple things like organizing your pantry, decorating your home, or framing some art can have a surprisingly big effect on how you feel in your space. Check out 13 DIY home decor projects you could attempt this weekend.

13 DIY Home Decor Projects You Can Complete in a Weekend

1. Get new curtains

Curtains can add texture, color, and vibrance to a room. Whether you are looking for a neutral color to balance out the rest of your room or want to use color to make your windows the focal point, curtains are a great way to do so. Readymade curtains are ideal if you have a smaller budget; just make sure to measure the windows first and be sure they won’t be too difficult to put up.

2. Refresh your bedside table

A well-styled nightstand can set the tone for your bedroom, but it can also be a practical addition for sleep. Assess your needs. Maybe it should include things like an eye mask, water bottle, and a book. Keep the essentials close and remove anything you don’t need. Keeping your bedside table neat and adding small decorations, such as a plant or candle can give your room a fresh new look.

3. Replace your pillow covers

You will be amazed at the impact new pillow covers can have on a space. Pillows are an easy, fast, and cheap DIY home decor project that can spruce up your home in no time. You can add pops of color, texture, and contrast on a small budget that leaves a big impact. They don’t need to be matching — contrasting colors and patterns often look great together. If you’re looking for more calm and clarity, go for more subdued tones like pastels and neutrals. If vibrancy is what you’re after, choose bright patterns. New decorative pillow covers can bring a pop of color or be a great start to changing your interior design. If the pillows themselves are getting a bit lumpy or old, it might be time to replace those too.

Try this:

“Revamp your surroundings with an accent pillow that speaks to you. Filter out the noise and the trends, and instead find a color, or texture, or a print on a pillow that resonates with you. By doing so, you’ll feel revitalized every time you step into that space. When searching for pillows to personalize your space, invest in pillows that have removable covers that can be laundered in the washer. More than ever, our home is a reflection of who we are. ” – Poetic Pillow

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