10 Surprising DIY Trends to Try Today
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By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
From sequined walls to DIY hooks made from children's blocks, here are 10 unexpected ideas for injecting some serious personality into your space.
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The artist who lives in this chic Berlin flat chose to enliven the space by peppering it with bursts of electric color. Two bands of fuchsia add quirky character to a simple set of floating shelves.
ON REMODELISTA: Bright Pink Accents
Block Party3 of 11
Who knew that children's toys could be made into useful storage? With a set of simple building blocks, a few screws, paint and a bit of masking tape, the artists at German design studio Snug created these innovative wall hooks.
ON REMODELISTA: DIY Instant Hallway Hooks
In the Shade4 of 11
Artist and DIY aficionado Kate Pruitt gave a basic lampshade new life with this dip-dyed look.
ON REMODELISTA: Lampshades That Brighten a Room
Great Grains5 of 11
At Suppenküche restaurant in San Francisco, bunches of wheat suspended on a high-stretched wire create a look that's both artistic and organic.
ON REMODELISTA: Wheat as Decor
Gold Standard6 of 11
Inspired by brass sequins the designer found at a flea market, a sequined wall lines Erica Tanov's Marin County boutique. Each glimmering disc was fastened to the wall with a brass nail.
ON REMODELISTA: Bohemian Luxury in Marin
Orange Crush7 of 11
Inspired by fresh produce, Lauren Saylor of A Fabulous Fete hand-dyed a neutral tablecloth, transforming it into a bright and bohemian accessory.
ON REMODELISTA: Hibiscus-Dyed Drop Cloth
Roped In8 of 11
With the use of two wooden dowels and some rope, Sydney-based Alwill Studio created a screen that adds a sense of privacy while allowing plenty of light to shine through.
ON REMODELISTA: A DIY Way to Divide a Room
Blue's Clues9 of 11
With walls that are rustic and neutral, this brightly painted table takes center stage, proving the endless ways a little paint can transform a space.
ON REMODELISTA: Tables That Pop
Up & Away10 of 11
At Harvest Farm in Australia, a vintage ladder gets a new lease on life as a pot and utensil rack. Suspended from the ceiling, it is both decorative and functional.
ON REMODELISTA: Instant Utensil Rack
Blue Plate Special11 of 11
A collection of mismatched blue-and-white plates make for a DIY art installation—a definite conversation piece during dinner parties.
ON REMODELISTA: An Interesting Twist on Wall Decor