As we near spring it is a good time to get a head start on projects you want to complete. You also might be bored with your house after sitting inside all winter. DIY projects are a great way to spice up your house and add character. They are also a fun way to add personal touches to your home and show your creativity. Keep reading to learn about five DIY projects to improve your home!
Add an accent ceiling
You have seen a million different accent walls, but have you ever seen an accent ceiling? This is a wonderful way to spice up your home and make it more unique. By painting the ceiling, you will add a pop of color making the room look more sophisticated. If you go with darker tones this can make the room seem a bit more spacious.
Put a picture frame around the TV
Tired of the same old boring black box on your wall? Want to make your TV look fancier? Add a picture frame around your TV, yes that is right, a picture frame around your TV. Bet you have not seen that ever? This will give your house a fresh look and add character to your walls.
Paint fake windows on your garage door
If you are moving into a finished home instead of building, then you probably got stuck with a boring, ugly garage door. You can add fake windows to make your door look fancier. Just place scotch tape in the frames you want to look like windows and paint over them then remove when dry. From the road, no one will be able to tell the difference.
There are plenty of fun ways to upgrade your countertops these days. You can pour cement over them to give your kitchen an industrial look. You can use epoxy to pour fun designs. In addition, you can take recycled material like wood and place it over the old countertops to give it a new rustic look.
Painting your cabinets is an easy way to give any room in your house a fresh look. This is a quite easy DIY project that makes an enormous difference in a house. You can paint your kitchen cabinets, bathroom, garage, or storage cabinets. Most materials cabinets are made from, are easy and relatively cheap to paint over. Just make sure you buy the right type of paint for that material.