Are you a fan of doing DIY home improvement projects, or maybe want to get started? I am a person who probably watches way too much HGTV, from Fixer Upper, Flip or Flop, First Time Flippers, you name it, I probably watch it. When I watch those shows I think I could totally grab a sledgehammer and start knocking out walls, because who doesn’t dream of an open floor plan? But, my gut instinct tells me, my husband might not appreciate a wall being knocked out, and could I truly tackle that big of a home improvement? Probably not…so for now, I’ll leave the big jobs to the reality shows!
I have some smaller DIY home improvement projects I have rounded up I wanted to share with you all. I gain so much inspiration from seeing tutorials on how to make curtains or laying flooring. From smaller projects to a bit more advanced you can find a project or two below you might want to tackle.
All of these DIY Home Improvement projects are simple and easy to do!
From Beginner To More Advanced DIY Home Improvement Projects
This first DIY home improvement is simple and pretty much anyone can do this without trouble. Have you ever decided to change up your wall decor only to find tons of nail holes exposed after you hang all your items? Here is how to fill nail holes properly.
If you have a child at home, consider making them this adorable kids bench. Great for placing by the front door so that they can sit down and put their shoes on with ease. It is upholstered so you can use any fabric that fits the color scheme of the home.
Are your windows in need of some new life? Try making these no-sew DIY curtains. They are a very easy DIY home improvement that can change the whole feel of a room. I love using fun patterns or adding a bolder color to add a pop of color to a room.
Say bye-bye to carpet and hello to new wood floors in this DIY project. I love how their finished project turned out, the floors look really nice and so much easier to keep clean than carpet.
Spring is around the corner so why not create a fun cinder block raised flowerbed. Plant flowers or even produce inside, and you can make any size or shape you need.
Do you have a window that is a little dull? Do this Faux leaded glass window project and breath new light into once a boring window. It adds so much to the glass, would look really nice on a door window.
And honestly, these are just a few of the great DIY options. No matter what you envision, there is a way for you to get it done! Use these helpful inspirations as a starting point for you and then branch off and create your own unique spin!
Which of these DIY home improvement projects has inspired you?