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9 DIY's Easy Home Decor Projects You Can Do In A Weekend

Tom Gross, CRS, ABR

Real Estate has always been my passion...

Real Estate has always been my passion...

Dec 5 3 minutes read

Not everyone has the time to put major work into their home. 

There are tons of DIY fixes that homeowners can complete in a weekend if you are committed to rolling your sleeves up!

We filtered through some of the trendiest DIY hacks & projects that we think will be the perfect addition to spruce up even the most dated rooms in your home!

Paint A Room Or An Accent Wall

Painting a room or wall may sound like a tough job, but it can make all the difference and can be knocked out in a day!

Switch Out Cabinet Hardware

This one may sound too easy, but we promise it can be the thing to turn your furniture from average to awesome! Imagine what it could do for  your kitchen or bath! 

Put Up Wallpaper

Wallpaper is back in style! Pick a small room and get to work! You’ll be able to conquer this task in just a couple hours.

Re-Paint A Furniture Piece 

Have a vintage chair that needs a fresh look? Pick up something eclectic from an estate sale? Pick up the sandpaper and a paintbrush and give a piece of furniture some new flare!

Apply A Removable Tile

This one we are very excited about!  Have you heard about  peel and stick tile! This one is great for the experimenter who wants to really try something new in their kitchen or bathroom. 

Hang Shelving

With the right tools, hanging shelves can be a breeze! Bring that empty wall to life with some shelving for your mementos!

Build A Pallet Couch

Pallets can be easy to come by. Maybe your local hardware store could hook you up with a couple free ones! This project is great and only requires a couple basic woodworking tools to give your space an urban industrial look.

Change The Legs  

Swap the legs out on your old coffee table or desk for a new look! 

Change Out Your Faucets 

There are so many options when it comes to bathroom and kitchen sink faucets, but if yours is starting to seem a tad dated, it may be time for an upgrade!

Let us know how your DIY home projects they turn out!

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