8 Restyle your shelves
9 Marbelize countertops
Yes, you can fake the marble: one of our editors tried it. Here’s what he found out.
10 Hang up some art!
What better way to add visual interest to where you’re hiding than to hang some art on the walls? Here’s our tutorial for hanging art or, if you want to do something a little different, try this sheet metal wall.
11 Contain the cushions
Keep the pillows and throw the covers in these pom pom baskets. Bonus: they can also fold, as it makes clothes difficult.
12 Gain storage space – No shelves
If the additional shelves look too messy and messy for your walls, do it yourself. You will have additional space for vases, plants, mirrors, frames, etc. And you will warm up your space with the gigantic wooden wall covering.
13 Create suspended space
Is there no space to store hats? Do you need a towel rack? Or do you just need extra space to hang some planters? This DIY ladder is not only functional, but also has all the fantastic industrial vibes.
14 View dishes
You don’t need a porcelain cabinet (and, in fact, if you have one, we recommend throwing it in your favor anyway), you just need A DIY-shaped stair racks. FTW Minimalism!
15 A fake linen wardrobe
No clothes closet in the bathroom? No problem Attach baskets to the wall to a point where you can fold extra towels and tissues.
16 Need for labels for cooking
Use your favorite source to ensure your bottles of oil and vinegar stand out on the counter and fit in your decor. These elegant bottles were made with transfer sheets and a Cricut Explore.