You don't have to choose between style and function. Dress up a workspace while streamlining your daily routines. These DIY organizing hacks can help make life easier and add style to your home, office, or events.
Staying organized and inspired can be done with powerful panache (and a touch of glue) in almost no time! Colorfully customize your daily organizers to break the boredom and up your productivity. Never fumble for keys again with DIY color-coding. Change your desktops, kitchen counters, and ordinarily cluttered places into stunning places to navigate. Update ordinary storage and organizational containers into extraordinary bright points in your routine. You can also upcycle canisters, jars, glass candle holders, vases and other fabulous finds. Using glitter or colored sand, you can add color and texture to ordinary objects.
This DIY project is an amazing, cost-effective way to make the most of bedrooms, college dorms, workspaces, or transform party pieces into disco-fabulous décor. Holiday coming? Transform old jars into festive seasonal centerpieces for candles or flowers.
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This space-saving DIY design piece looks like the work of a master craftsman. This is a great entryway piece to salvage sanity without sacrificing style.
For a custom look, change the stain, opt for alternative paint finishes, and use decorative cabinet knobs that fit your home’s personality. Make it shabby chic or metropolitan sleek. You can choose varying complimentary or contrasting stains to create patterns with the overlain poplar boards.
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Tired of the tangle? Organizing hacks can save space, time, and add some fun to functionality. Getting ready can get easier in a glance by keeping an eye on what to wear. Reinvigorate your accessorizing with a DIY wall-mounted jewelry organizer. It is more than a “vanity” project. The vertical design stops necklaces from knotting and displays all your jewelry to take the fuss out of finishing touches. Using paint and scrapbooking paper, your style has a chic new home in plain view.
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