Remember how much fun you had tie-dying at summer camp? This little project is just as awesome -- pinky promise. Add instant style to windows or a doorless closet with these fancy dip-dyed ombre curtains. Get the step-by-step here.
Boring blankets, be gone! Personalize a purchased throw by adding colorful pom-poms to its edges. Get the step-by-step here.
IKEA hacks have a special place in our hearts, and this woven pattern overlay might just be our new fave. Make an inexpensive stool look like a million bucks by attaching long strips of faux suede to the stool's bottom on two adjacent sides, then weaving the pieces and securing them with staples at the opposite ends.
Even if this is your first place, it doesn't have to scream "college apartment." These five easy projects are accessory game-changers. Watch and learn how to paint glass, gild, add nailhead trim, stencil a tray, and create a doily bowl.
Budget makeover for the win. Fake an intricate wood mirror frame on the cheap using stick-on embellishments. Get the step-by-step here.
Skimp on cost, not style, with above-the-bed artwork you can do on a dime. Drop by your local hardware store to pick up some wood shims, spray-paint them with your favorite hues, and arrange them in a chevron pattern. Get the step-by-step here.
We won't tell your mom how messy your closet really is, but this tiny tweak will help you cure clutter (and look good doing it). Paint natural wood hangers with crafts paint, then seal the painted hangers with polyurethane to prevent the color from rubbing onto fabric. Designate specific colors to organize garments by season or type.
These cute coasters are just what your coffee table ordered, and they'll make for a great conversation starter. To create these coasters, cut 4×4-inch squares from thin cork. Cut a simple herringbone pattern from stencil acetate, press the stencil onto a cork square, and apply acrylic paint.
Refresh that yard sale bookshelf by painting the back or adding paper. For a style upgrade sans the permanence, apply your design to a poster board and use that to line the back of your bookcase.
Use bands of washi tape to bring school-cool style home. Pep up dull office accessories with bright, bold bands of color, and go wild -- your designs don't have to stick around forever!
Achieve organizational nirvana and keep your style game on point by covering your magazine files with gift wrap. Om sweet om.
Is it just us, or does this DIY floor mat seem like a perfect excuse to test-drive that trendy pattern you've been eyeing? A sheet-vinyl flooring remnant and a stencil are the secrets to this durable, can-do floor covering. Get the step-by-step here.