As social distancing orders continue in an effort to control the novel coronavirus, most of us are stuck indoors with not much to do. To keep you occupied and pass time, we have curated a list of easy and creative home décor ideas that you can quickly DIY to refresh your living space without buying anything new.
Give old furniture a new makeover
If some of your old wooden furniture is sticking out like a sore thumb in your room, give it a makeover using quality wooden paints and finishes by Berger Paints India. Get inspiration from this vintage blue drawer. What was once an old drawer now serves as a place to store an extensive vinyl and record collection.
If you have been meaning to try the macramé trend, this is a perfect time. Traditionally, macramé is done with a rope-like thread. However, creatives have been using different materials for years. You can recycle one of your old shirts and experiment with a very bohemian and eclectic looking planter for your home.
Paint an accent wall in a small room
If quarantine has you feeling cooped up, creating an accent wall can help your space feel bigger.
If you are unsure of which colour combination to go for, think about the colours that make you happy and will compliment your existing décor, furniture and style. An accent wall can look great in the bathroom. For wall painting inspiration, we love how this subtle shade of green brings light and serenity to a modern bathroom.
DIY painted planter
No matter if it’s your indoor or outdoor space that needs some sprucing up, planters can add a ton of personality. Why buy new planters when you can simply DIY and save some money and customise it you your exact colour desires. So, get your paintbrushes out and get artsy. These homemade planters also make perfect gifts for your loved ones.
Decorative plates on the wall
If you have a blank wall in the house that could use a quick refresh, use decorative plates you will have around the house to hang on the walls and create inspiring layouts. This décor idea is great for vintage and bohemian rooms and you can easily create a mosaic for a focal point in the room.