DIY is great when you are on a tight budget, an affordable way to get items you desire. February is for many a month of saving after the holidays but at the same time a period for redecorating and new beginnings. In this post, you can find a collection of DIY ideas for the home with the perfect Scandinavian look.
Wall pocket organizers are great for storing little things in anywhere in your home. I love how simple and easy this DIY from Homey Oh My is, and the fact that it is a way to use packaging you would just throw out in a creative way. This is for sure an idea I will be trying our myself, what about you?
If you have a lot of rings, what better way to display these than a pretty ring cone? These DIY faux ceramic ones are so cute. Check out the blogpost by Molly from Almost Makes Perfect for a step by step on how to make these.
A pegboard wall organizer is a great place to keep all the necessities like keys, sunglasses and your bag. This versatile design is perfect for anyone that likes to switch up their home, and I love how it can also hold little plants and decorative objects. Get the step by step over on The Merrythought.
Another wood-based item is this beautiful side table by Sinnenrausch! The blogpost is in German, but it is quite simple to understand from the photos what you need to do – or use google translate.)
How pretty are these mugs decorated with quick, messy brush strokes? Fall For DIY has so many great inspirational posts, and this one is super easy because the food safe porcelain paint used does not even have to be baked in the oven before use.
Find out how to make a DIY mesh mood board in 30 minutes or less on Beige Renegade, so that you can display all the things that inspire you.
Large plantstands can be expensive, so this pretty DIY one from A Beautiful Mess is a great way to add a little more greenery to your home without spending too much money. I love the clean lines and the long legs, and the fact that you can customize it to fit your space. It could also be a great planter for outdoors, whether that is on your terrace or in the garden.
A stylish minimal wall clock can be a great new addition to your home, and how nice is it to know that you made it yourself? This DIY hanging wall clock by The Lovely Drawer has the perfect Scandi look, and was made using a chopping board of all things. Head over to her blog to find out how to create one yourself!
Terrazzo is very popular and adds a fun vibe. These cute little display trays / serving boards by Burkatron can be used a variety of ways anywhere from the bedroom to the kitchen.
This easy wall lamp with hanging lightbulb DIY is great when you are after a Nordic looking wall lamp. You can, of course, customize even more by using a different kind of bracket, a wooden structure or even branches. Find out how to do it here.
Will you be trying any of these DIY’s?