Divine DIYs You Need in Your Home

Simple updates can bring a refresher to any space, and in our minds, it’s never a bad time to take on a decor DIY (especially if it’s the weekend). When it comes to your home, it’s the little things that matter.  Here’s a roundup of the DIYs we’re dying to try:

Lucite Tray Table


Pretty much anything Lucite lends a futuristic and contemporary feel to a space. This Lucite Tray Table by Brit + Co (via Elle Decor) could double as a permanent piece of furniture or a fold-away surface that’s easily stored. You can find the tutorial here.

Door Medallions


Add a little bit of bling to your door by switching out the doorknob and adding a ceiling medallion. The look of your door will be instantly upgraded. This one was done in what looks a navy blue semi-gloss finish. You can purchase a similar paint here. We found a super simple and easy-to-follow tutorial by Martha Stewart (via Apartment Therapy). You can check it out here.

Heart Tealights


These DIY tealights kind of make our hearts sing. They’re adorable and ultra-easy to make. You can find a step by step tutorial on Design Sponge.

Two-Tone Chair


Not quite color blocked and not quite dip dyed, this two-tone chair is the prettiest mashup of styles we’ve seen in a while. Subtle but bold, neutral but colorful. And the best part? It can be done in almost any color pairing. You can find a tutorial by visiting House and Home‘s article.

Pixel Art


We’re loving pixel art lately, and how you make this DIY your own is totally up to you. You can find a detailed tutorial by visiting this article on the Bold Abode.

Which of these is your favorite? Tell us in the comment’s section.

xoxo, True


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