Eight Tips to Revive Every Room in Your Home

(1) The Kitchen: Chalkboard Cupboard

Take a little chalkboard paint to the inside of your kitchen cabinet, and, you have a place to keep track of grocery lists, baking measurements, or phone numbers.

(2) The Living Room: Gallery Wall

Pick your favorite photos and arrange a gallery wall over your couch, mantle, entertainment center— or wherever there’s a wall with too much plain white paint. But don’t limit yourself to just pictures—you can frame travel mementos, postcards, or inspirational posters, too.

(3) The Bedroom: No-Sew Pillows

Just add a few new pillows for an easy update.  You can head to the fabric store for your pick of patterns, or use old cloth napkins or dish towels if you’d rather save some cash. No sewing skills required.

(4) The Laundry Room: Painted Floors

This is a simple way of making your linoleum or vinyl floors look brand new.

(5) The Home Office: Stenciled Bookcase

De-clutter your shelves and make your office more inviting. Whether you are storing knick-knacks, books or office supplies, a patterned back can lighten a boring room. The most time consuming part of this task is letting the paint dry.

(6) The Entryway: Coat Rack

A nature-inspired coat rack is an easy way to make a foyer more fun. If you want to follow this pattern, all you need is masking tape, paint, wood, and a couple of dried branches from your backyard.

(7) The Bathroom: Mason Jar Organizer

All the materials you need are available at a craft or hardware store. When you’ve finished, you’ll have a neat Mason jar display that keeps
all of your essentials contained.

(8) The Kids’ Room: Dip-Dyed Chairs

Grab white chairs, tables, or stools from a kid’s bedroom and brighten them with their favorite color. If the chairs aren’t painted white already, give them a simple coat of white spray paint so the dipped edges really stand out.


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