5 DIY Projects for Your Home You Can Easily Pull Off
From metal garden beds to a super-cool Murphy bar (seriously, it’s an easy wood project!).
Whether you’ve got a string of successful DIY projects in your cred portfolio or are looking for your first, these indoor and outdoor DIY home improvement ideas don’t get much easier. Case in point: Chic, metal tubs make for easy-peasy planters; pea gravel dispatches your mowing duties.
5 DIY Projects for Your Home You Can Easily Pull OffA DIY Wood Project Perfect for Cocktail Hour
You’re guaranteed cool points if you whip up a Murphy bar that doubles as a BBQ prep station. This is one of the most fun and functional diy wood projects you can do. A little cedar and wood glue (OK, it takes a little more than that) and you’ve got a hidden bar that reveals itself when you flip the wooden door down.
5 DIY Projects for Your Home You Can Easily Pull OffThe Simplest DIY Deck Project
DIY wood projects part deux: Add significant living space with this simple (no railing or stairs needed) and low-to-the-ground platform deck for only $900. That’s a coup, considering pro deck jobs cost thousands. Or try one of these wood paneling ideas for an indoor wood project.
5 DIY Projects for Your Home You Can Easily Pull OffThe Easiest DIY Project Ever: Decals!
If you want to put your personal stamp on your home, how about a DIY project for the oft-neglected staircase? This DIYer painted the risers (paint’s an immediate upgrade for most anything!) and then applied peel-and-stick decals in a literary theme.
5 DIY Projects for Your Home You Can Easily Pull OffA Painted Floor
The ultimate DIY project? We submit it’s paint. A wall, a door, a ceiling, a floor are instantly reborn. Paint, which is mostly easy to undo (except on brick), can cover almost any existing floor. Choose porch paint for old wood floors, because, obvi, it’s made for the outdoors so it’s tough.