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When it comes to decoration, it is noteworthy that exaggerated expenses can be avoided. Decoration and sustainability have never gone so together. The reuse of objects that would often be discarded remains on the rise, bringing personality and economy when decorating the home.

Using good ideas, creativity and good will, decorating a house with furniture and objects made by yourself through handicrafts makes the result even more exclusive and charming. The attention to small details and the satisfaction in carrying out these projects, giving a new touch to the environment are the starting point for this practice.

Ah, we also took the opportunity to indicate two more texts from Tua Casa: DIY decor ideas without spending a lot and sustainable decor to do at home.

If you are interested in this “do it yourself” style, you like to create different objects, personalized and according to your personal tastes, it is worth taking the time out of your day and carrying out the following projects.

bedrooms

A place often considered as a refuge, it has several options to make it even more comfortable and receptive. With many reuse ideas put into practice, rest and tranquility will reign in this room.

1. Jewelry organizer with antique drawers

Photo: Reproduction / The Home Depot

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THE HOME DEPOT

In this project you can reuse old drawers and turn them into a stylish jewelry organizer. Just line the inside of the drawers with a fabric or printed contact paper of your choice and add hooks or handles inside. Finally, attach two hooks to the back to hang it on the wall.

2. Floating nightstand

Photo: Reproduction / The Merrythought

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THE MERRYTHOUGHT

To make this nightstand, use a piece of trunk, pierce it at three ends, pass a rope in a knot, and hang it from the ceiling with a hook. It brings style and exclusivity to the environment.

3. Plastic toy handle

Photo: Reproduction / Weekday Carnival

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / WEEKDAY CARNIVAL

Completely changing the look of the furniture, this handle can also appeal to adults. Select a plastic toy of your choice, make a hole in its side and, if desired, spray paint it. Use an endless screw, remembering to apply glue on its end so the toy does not get loose on the screw and then fit it into the furniture.

4. Adhesive door

Photo: Reproduction / I Spy Diy

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / I SPY DIY

Using contact paper, washi tape or adhesive, cut out geometric shapes and glue them to the bedroom door. It will make the environment more relaxed.

5. Pineapple lamp

Photo: Reproduction / Now That's Pretty

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NOW THAT’S PRETTY

How about giving a fun air to your room and still reusing plastic spoons? For this, just use a lamp base, a plastic bottle that will be the structure of the pineapple, cut the handles of the spoons, paint them and glue them to the plastic bottle. To make the pineapple wreath, just cut a green cardboard in the shape of the leaves and glue it with hot glue.

6. PVC pipe shoe rack

Photo: Reproduction / Cookie Loves Milk

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / COOKIE LOVES MILK

PVC pipe, in addition to being easy to find, is an inexpensive and versatile material. By cutting it out and nailing its parts to the wall, it can act as a sustainable and personalized shoe rack.

7. Fabric-lined bedside table

Photo: Reproduction / Little Green Notebook

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LITTLE GREEN NOTEBOOK

To “change the face” of your old nightstand, apply glossy synthetic enamel paint in the desired color and after drying, apply the varnish. To cover the drawers with fabric, use white glue to fix it well. Remember to waterproof with white glue, providing a glossy finish.

8. Marble Dressing Tray

Photo: Reproduction / I Spy Diy

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / I SPY DIY

Reusing a marble tile or plate, glue two handles and four aluminum covers to support the tray. Great for leaving perfumes and jewelry boxes on the dresser or nightstand.

9. Lamp with Christmas lights and egg box flowers

Photo: Reproduction / norskeinterior

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NORSKEINTERIOR

Here there is the possibility of reusing two recyclable materials. One is Christmas lights, which will have its usefulness extended to other times of the year, and the other is a box of eggs, a material that is easily found and disposable. To make the luminaire, just cut the segments of the box, make a hole in the middle and pass the lights inside. It looks great to put on the headboard or on the mirror frame.

10. Candle holder lamp

Photo: Reproduction / Madame Criativa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADAME CRIATIVA

Using cups and tracing paper designed according to your taste, this candle holder lamp brings delicacy to the room.

Children’s Rooms

With the need to bring comfort and entertainment to the little ones, these options will make the children’s room be taken by creativity and fantasy.

11. Phosphorescent stars

Photo: Reproduction / Marino Bambinos

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARINO BAMBINOS

With a glow-in-the-dark paint usually found in craft houses, make free drawings according to the children’s taste.

12. Cloud luminaire

Photo: Reproduction / Just Real Moms

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / JUST REAL MOMS

Using cotton to fill pillows, shape the cloud by gluing it to a Japanese lamp with hot glue. Add an LED bulb with rechargeable battery and hang it in a strategic place in the room to make the magic happen.

13. String art frame

Photo: Reproduction / Sugar Bee Crafts

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SUGAR BEE CRAFTS

Great for giving personality to the child’s room, this frame is not only colorful and charming, but also easy to make. Simply place nails on a screen in the desired shape and braid the colored lines so that the strands do not escape.

14. Kombi Drawer

Photo: Reproduction / Prodigal Pieces

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PRODIGAL PIECES

Ideal to brighten up children’s rooms, an antique chest of drawers is transformed into a retro-looking Kombi with just a hand of paint.

15. Pompom mat

Photo: Reproduction / Hello Wonderful

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / HELLO WONDERFUL

With a colorful look, this simple-to-use rug transforms children’s rooms into an even more fun place. To do this, glue wool pompoms on a special rug, mixing the colors.

16. Mirror frame with toys

Photo: Reproduction / Fun Crafts Kids

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / FUN CRAFTS KIDS

Great for reusing leftover toys, this mirror frame marks children’s growth. To make it, all you have to do is glue the forgotten toys to a common mirror frame with hot glue and spray paint it in the desired color.

17. Toy chest made from a fair box

Photo: Reproduction / This Little Street

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THIS LITTLE STREET

Reusing a wooden box, from those found at fairs, you can make a toy chest that will make the environment even more practical. Just add 4 wheels to the chest and to act as a lid, use a sheet of wood glued to a foam board and cover them with fabric.

18. Cloud Mobile

Photo: Reproduction / TiffyQuake

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / TIFFYQUAKE

Making the environment look more fanciful, this cloud mobile is easy to make. Using cotton or polyester mesh, just shape the clouds and hang them through a nylon thread on a wooden base.

19. Mushroom bank

Photo: Reproduction / Madame Criativa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADAME CRIATIVA

Reusing a wooden log, apply a layer of white paint, screw a circle of MDF and cover with red fabric, adding filling to make it soft. Afterwards, just paint white circles that will be the mushroom spots.

20. Tin lamp with flasher

Photo: Reproduction / Coloring House

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / COLORING HOUSE

Using a can of powdered milk, drill small holes all over its surface with the drill. Paint with the desired color, and add the forgotten flashers from Christmas past inside. Close the can with the lid, leaving the cord free. Now just plug it in.

Living room

Living environment where comfort and beauty come together to receive friends and family, the room can be even more beautiful with these projects.

21. Confetti frame

Photo: Reproduction / I Spy Diy

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / I SPY DIY

Using colored papers cut in small circles with scissors or a cutter, glue them to a white sheet of paper and place in a frame. Now just hang it on the wall and color the room.

22. Wooden Boxes as Shelves

Photo: Reproduction / Design Sponge

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DESIGN SPONGE

Instead of throwing away old wooden boxes, it’s worth covering the interior with contact paper, or even fabric, giving a new life to the environment.

23. Vase with tie dye bottle

Photo: Reproduction / The Crafted Life

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THE CRAFTED LIFE

Reuse a bottle that is no longer useful by simply dipping it in a bucket of brightly colored paint, making a delicate tie dye to liven up the room.

24. Panel with wrapping paper

Photo: Reproduction / Aunt Peaches

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / AUNT PEACHES

To change the look of the room, reuse gift wraps with the same pattern, placing them in picture frames and hanging them behind your rack.

25. Carpet dyed

Photo: Reproduction / I Spy Diy

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / I SPY DIY

If you get tired of the look of your old rug, you can dye it and renew its appearance. Dilute fabric dye in a bucket of water and dip one end of the mat. Repeat the process with a dye of another color at the other end of the piece.

26. Renovated rack with stickers

Photo: Reproduction / Much Calm in This Work

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VERY CALM IN THIS WORK

To leave behind the appearance of ordinary furniture, cut stickers out of black contact paper and stick on your rack. You can even change the feet of the furniture for a more modern one, like this toothpick model.

27. Flirt made with an antique headboard

Photo: Reproduction / The House My Grandmother Wanted

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THE HOUSE MY GRANDMOTHER WANTED

How about reusing that old headboard, but with lots of memories? Just screw it to a backless seat and paint it in the desired color. She will transform into a loveseat, a bench for two.

28. Old Skirt Cushion Cover

Photo: Reproduction / Aunt Peaches

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / AUNT PEACHES

Using an old skirt, make a beautiful cushion cover just gluing its ends with fabric glue, remembering to finish it, folding its ends inwards.

29. Neon sign

Photo: Reproduction / I Spy Diy

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / I SPY DIY

To make this sign, you will use nails, which will be nailed according to the chosen word, a piece of wire, to which a string of neon lights will be glued. When plugged in, the sign will draw the word in neon light.

30. Pallet sofa

Photo: Reproduction / Funk Junk Interiors

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / FUNK JUNK INTERIORS

Pallets are a versatile material and are of great use to sustainability lovers. To make this sofa, sand three pallets so that there are no corners or splinters left. Paint in the desired color and nail or just snap one next to the other. To bring the comfort you lack, add pillows to the exact size of the pallets.

Kitchen

Nowadays, the kitchen is no longer seen only as a work environment, but as a place for sharing family and friends. To make it an even more welcoming place, take advantage of these tips.

31. Custom cups

Photo: Reproduction / Radical Possibility

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / RADICAL POSSIBILITY

To give a new look to glasses with a simple design, just make little balls on the bottom using acrylic paint. Easy and fast.

32. Gold pattern kitchen utensils

Photo: Reproduction / I Spy Diy

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / I SPY DIY

Want to get away from the simplicity of your plain white kitchen utensils? Then draw patterns with a craft-specific gold pen to add some glamor to your kitchen.

33. Fun coasters

Photo: Reproduction / Decoration Mania

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DECORATION MANIA

To bring a more relaxed air to the kitchen, it’s worth taking the time to make these watermelon coasters. Simply cut a disk of cork into 4, a material found in low-cost craft stores, and paint them according to the watermelon pattern.

34. Bottle candle holder

Photo: Reproduction / Saved By Love Creations

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SAVED BY LOVE CREATIONS

To prevent the candle from going out and burning longer, reuse a wine bottle, removing its bottom (tie a string at the desired height, burn the string and immerse the bottle in ice water. Sand so there is no danger of getting cut ) and spray paint it.

35. Stamped wall

Photo: Reproduction / A Beautiful Mess

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / A BEAUTIFUL MESS

Don’t want to invest in a wallpaper? So stamp! To make the stamp, cut the EVA into the specific shape, glue it to a square of cardboard, apply ink in the desired color and start stamping the walls. It makes the environment much more fun.

36. Message board with metal tray

Photo: Reproduction / Momma Mommy Mom

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MOMMA MOMMY MOM

In addition to beauty, this message board brings practicality to the kitchen. The material? Just a spray-painted metal tray, attached to the wall with double-sided tape and magnets to keep the messages secure.

37. Frame with stoppers

Photo: Reproduction / Project Rowhouse

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PROJECT ROWHOUSE

Great for wine lovers, when using corks that no longer fulfill their role, in addition to recycling, it is possible to create an exclusive frame just by gluing them together with hot glue or construction adhesive glue.

38. Fridge magnet with stopper

Photo: Reproduction / Decoration Mania

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DECORATION MANIA

Adding charm to the kitchen, just make a hole in the stopper with a knife, use adhesive glue to fix the magnet and replant the succulent inside the stopper, ensuring that its roots remain intact.

39. Custom refrigerator

Photo: Reproduction / Aunt Peaches

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / AUNT PEACHES

Using contact paper, vinyl adhesive, wash tapes or even removable wallpaper, you can change the look of your refrigerator. Only apply the chosen model for the entire appliance.

40. Cutlery holder with cans, wood and leather

Photo: Reproduction / Madame Criativa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADAME CRIATIVA

To make this silverware holder, use aluminum cans painted in the desired color, hammering them side by side next to a wooden rectangle. To make the handle, use a leather strap, screwed onto the surface of the wooden board.

WC

Comfortable for common use and restricted space, it has the small details and practicality to transform it into an even more pleasant environment.

41. Phrase on the bathroom curtain

Photo: Reproduction / A Beautiful Mess

“I’VE ALREADY WOKEN UP LIKE THIS” – PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / A BEAUTIFUL MESS

If you use a curtain in the shower area, it’s worth redesigning it just by adding a phrase of your own – motivational or to induce a good mood. Just paint it with acrylic paint and let it dry well before hanging it up again.

42. Jelly jars as a toothbrush holder

Photo: Reproduction / Lolly Jane

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LOLLY JANE

Using empty glass jars, secure them to the wall above the sink with a metal clamp and screws. Great for storing items such as flexible rods, cotton, toothpaste and toothbrush.

43. Color drain

Photo: Reproduction / Coloring House

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / COLORING HOUSE

A simple solution to bring more color to your bathroom is to paint the drain. First apply an anti-rust spray and apply 2 coats of paint. One detail makes all the difference.

44. Improvised dressing table

Photo: Reproduction / Ricotta Does Not Melt

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / RICOTTA DOES NOT MELT

Using colored buckets, hang them on self-adhesive hooks in the bathroom. Great for putting on makeup, creams and combs.

45. Comic Wallpaper

Photo: Reproduction / Aunt Peaches

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / AUNT PEACHES

To make the bathroom more relaxed, white glue your comic books to the wall behind the toilet. In addition to being easy to make, it’s great for teenagers’ restrooms.

46. ​​Toilet paper holder

Photo: Reproduction / The Chic Site

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THE CHIC SITE

Great option for those who have children at home: use a plastic dinosaur and spray paint it in the desired color. It will brighten the bathroom and make it more fun for the little ones.

47. Niches with wire baskets

Photo: Reproduction / A Beautiful Mess

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / A BEAUTIFUL MESS

Screw wire baskets to the wall and turn them into niches, bringing style and practicality to your bathroom.

48. Toilet with stickers

Photo: Reproduction / Coloring House

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / COLORING HOUSE

To give a color to the bathroom, use contact paper, cut small triangles and glue it to the toilet. You can also add colored triangles to wall tiles.

49. Niche inserts

Photo: Reproduction / Landscape

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LANDSCAPE

Applying glass tiles inside the bathroom’s wooden niches brings more color to the room. To make the installation, use mortar.

50. Can towel rack

Photo: Reproduction / Decoration Mania

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DIY ENTHUSIASTS

Paint large cans using desired colors and pattern, tape edge to finish. Paint an MDF board and secure the cans with small screws to the board. Now just hang it on the wall.

Garden

External environment that brings harmony and complements the home. Offering beauty and relaxation, spending time in the green will certainly only produce good energy. How about improving this space even more?

51. Pallet table

Photo: Reproduction / Madame Criativa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADAME CRIATIVA

Great for outdoor environments, this small table with wheels brings practicality and beauty to the garden. To make it, just sand and varnish the pallet, cover the nail holes with a putty made of saw dust and white glue, and screw the wheels.

52. Cardboard birdhouse

Photo: Reproduction / La Creature and You

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LA CREATURE AND YOU

To further beautify your outdoor space, these cardboard birdhouses are a great choice. Just cut the cardboard into the shape of the house, line it with fabric with the chosen print and add a wooden peg to make the perch. To fix it to the wall, drill a hole in the back of the house and attach a hook-shaped wire.

53. Hanging Garden

Photo: Reproduction / Hello There Home

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / HELLO THERE HOME

If the space is small, you can hang the plants and make a hanging garden. For this, just use a rope to suspend the vase and a hook, which must be fixed to the ceiling.

54. Moonlight of blinkers

Photo: Reproduction / Madame Criativa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADAME CRIATIVA

Using an umbrella structure, attach the flasher to its poles with covered wire. Attach a socket strip to the center pole where all the turn signal sockets will meet. It is beautiful to decorate the garden at night.

55. Vertical garden

Photo: Reproduction / Grace and Good Eats

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / GRACE AND GOOD EATS

Using pots of different sizes, fit one on top of the other, leaving a wooden bar going through all of them to keep the structure upright. Put soil and plant flowers, herbs or plants of your choice.

56. Tie dye vases

Photo: Reproduction / I Spy Diy

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / I SPY DIY

Add color to your garden by painting your vases with the tie dye technique. To do this, dilute the dye in the chosen color in a bucket of water and immerse the vase halfway. Count to ten and remove some more water. Count to ten and go up a little more. After ten seconds, remove it completely from the water and let it dry.

57. Paint Can Poufs

Photo: Reproduction / Not a Passing Fancy Blog

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NOT A PASSING FANCY BLOG

Reusing an 18 liter paint can, cover it with the chosen fabric. To make the seat, use an mf board cut to size from the can, add foam padding, cover with fabric and screw into the can. It looks beautiful and functional.

58. Rope vessel

Photo: Reproduction / Julie Blanner

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / JULIE BLANNER

Making a custom vase is easy. Rope, in addition to being a low-cost and easily accessible product, also brings a more rustic feel to the environment. To do this, glue the rope with hot glue around the vase, covering it completely.

59. Cement vessel using plastic cups

Photo: Reproduction / SC Johnson

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SC JOHNSON

Use two different sized plastic cups. On the smaller one, make an X at its bottom and fit a straw from the outside to the inside. This will be the vase’s water drain hole. Apply Vaseline to all three surfaces (larger cup, smaller cup and straw). Fill the larger cup with the cement mix and fit the smaller cup with the straw inside. Wait 24 hours to unmold.

60. Rustic pot tray

Photo: Reproduction / Honeysuckle Life

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / HONEYSUCKLE LIFE

By reusing a tray you can make a rustic-style mini-garden for pots. To do this, paint in the desired color, fill with garden stones or topsoil and accommodate your vases with holes for drainage.

Home Office

Your workplace must be practical and at the same time cozy. These ideas will bring more organization and comfort to keep your concentration always at its peak.

61. Notice board with stoppers

Photo: Reproduction / A Beautiful Mess

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / A BEAUTIFUL MESS

To make this bulletin board, simply glue corks in a frame that has a background at the same level as the corks. There is the option to paint them in different colors to make you even happier. To attach the warnings, use safety pins.

62. Frames with decorative ribbons

Photo: Reproduction / Design Sponge

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DESIGN SPONGE

Do you want a colorful and modern environment? Just use decorative tapes, also known as wash tapes, to frame banners, photos or motivational messages.

63. Shoebox to hide computer cables

Photo: Reproduction / Madame Criativa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADAME CRIATIVA

Using a shoebox with a beautiful print or even covering it, it is possible to change the look of your work table. To do this, cut small rectangles with a stylus on the side of the box, and place an outlet ruler inside, so that all outlets are hidden

64. Wall decorated with dots

Photo: Reproduction / Fellow Fellow

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / FELLOW FELLOW

Still using decorative ribbons, how about decorating the home office wall with colorful and striking dots? Just stick them on top of the parchment paper (the one used for cooking) and cut out in the shape of a circle. The waxed paper is important so that the tape doesn’t lose its glue and sticks evenly to the wall.

65. Table with trestles and door

Photo: Reproduction / The House My Grandmother Wanted

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THE HOUSE MY GRANDMOTHER WANTED

Don’t have a desk in your home office yet? Just buy two wooden trestles and support a door without the handle on them. To customize it is worth using contact paper, fabric or wash tape.

66. White and Golden Earth Globe

Photo: Reproduction / I Spy Diy

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / I SPY DIY

To add more refinement to the globe, paint its surface with white paint and just outline the continents with gold paint. Also paint your support in gold paint. You can even paint your base with chalkboard paint and write the four cardinal points.

67. Recycled can pencil holder

Photo: Reproduction / Used Everywhere

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / USED EVERYWHERE

Taking advantage of the recycling trend, we can reuse the tomato paste can to create a personalized pencil holder just by applying acrylic paint and drawing creatively.

68. Hanging clipboards

Photo: Reproduction / Mode Reporters

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MODE REPORTERS

Instead of a message board, the clipboards hanging above the table serve as a message board, paintings and inspiration board.

69. Renovated shelves with decorative ribbon

Photo: Reproduction / Aunt Peaches

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / AUNT PEACHES

Once again showing its versatility, the decorative ribbon changes the monotony of the shelf when applied to its side. Practical and easy!

70. Practical notice board

Photo: Reproduction / Madame Criativa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADAME CRIATIVA

Using few materials, it is possible to make a bulletin board for your home office. Just use a thin glass, place it on top of a paper of your choice (it will be the background of the frame) and attach binder clips with frame, two on each side. To hang it, use the wire clips themselves.

Hall

The hall of your home is what makes the first impression on your visitor. Why not make it even more beautiful and with personality? Enjoy these tutorials!

71. Picture frame with sticks

Photo: Reproduction / Raw Fashion

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / RAW FASHION

In addition to being beautiful, this DIY is easy and cheap. To do this, just gather similar-sized sticks and glue them to the frame of a photo frame. It has a unique style!

72. Geometric display for photos

Photo: Reproduction / The Caldweel Project

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THE CALDWEEL PROJECT

How about leaving your favorite photos on display in a modern display? Place small nails on your wall at random, then just pass a string or fine braided rope resulting in geometric shapes and hang your photos with paper clips or even small pegs. It is worth making a sketch of the design before executing it.

73. Branch coat rack

Photo: Reproduction / A Designer Life

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / A DESIGNER LIFE

A great example of reusing natural resources, this coat rack is made from a sawn and painted tree branch, which is fixed to a wooden base, bringing stability to the piece. Great for guests to hang their coats, bags or hats.

74. Old Map Board

Photo: Reproduction / ps heart

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PS HEART

You can reuse school maps that are no longer used. To do this, just cut them to the size of an empty frame and hang them to add extra charm to the hallway.

75. Mail Organizer

Photo: Reproduction / Samantha Elizabeth Blog

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SAMANTHA ELIZABETH BLOG

To keep the correspondence organized, use an old window, paint it and glue a piece of paper to the back. This way the cards are not at risk of falling and are always in plain sight. By adding hooks on its lower end, this organizer becomes even a key holder, avoiding forgetting them when leaving the house.

76. Family tree with photos

Photo: Reproduction / Bon Temps Beignet

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BON TEMPS BEIGNET

Honoring the family is the focus of this project. To do this, all you have to do is paint branches with black paint, place picture frames with family members and on the reuse line, make the leaves of the tree with cut and painted toilet paper rolls.

77. Old frame with hanging photos

Photo: Reproduction / Campus Riot

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CAMPUS RIOT

Still thinking about the family photo exhibition, the idea is to reuse an old frame without the background, tie string or rope as a clothesline and hang your favorite photos with worn pegs.

78. Custom stairs with wallpaper

Photo: Reproduction / A Beautiful Mess

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / A BEAUTIFUL MESS

To change the classic stairs, it’s worth sticking wallpaper or stickers on the vertical surface of your steps. Brings more charm and personality to the environment.

79. Sideboard with violin case

Photo: Reproduction / Madame Criativa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADAME CRIATIVA

Ideal for those who have an old suitcase, this sideboard is easy to use. Using a curtain rod sawn in half and fixed to the case with screws, it brings a classic feel to the entrance hall.

80. Toilet paper roll mirror frame

Photo: Reproduction / Made 2 Style

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MADE 2 STYLE

Using toilet paper rolls, cut them into equal sizes and glue the sides four at a time, forming a stylized circle. Glue each circle around the mirror, forming three layers. Paint in the desired color.

With these options, your home will be even more charming and beautiful, in addition to the satisfaction of having everything done by yourself! And don’t forget to check out DIY decor ideas on the cheap and sustainable home decor.