Introduction: DIY ROOM DECOR - Cheap and Cute LOW COST IDEAS!!
So In today's video I will show you three cheap decor ideas that can really be accent pieces for your room without spending a lot of Money. All of them are really simple and under 5 Euros.
For the flower vase you will need: a jar, some tape, and any color spray-paint.
The first thing you need to do is stick some tape pieces in the jar to create some pattern. I decided to make circles but you can go with stripes, chevron or any design that you have in mind. Then carefully spray paint the jar in a ventilated place.
After removing the tape you can put some little stones if you like and your fake or fresh flowers.
For the perfume stand you will simply need a candlestick holder and a small mirror. As you see mine is square but you can use a rounded one too. This DIY just consist on gluing the both pieces together with strong glue. Let it dry for a couple of hours and place your perfumes on it. I also added some random crystals to give a nice touch. This project is really simple and cheap but it will look very chic on your room.
For the last DIY you will need: black cord, some printed bird silhouettes, some printed pictures, small wooden clips and double sided tape.
First, print the birds' silhouettes that you can find on google images and cut them.
Then take the black cord and put it across any wall of your room.
Put the double sided tape on the birds, remove the plastic and start sticking them to the wall. Feel free to change the birds of place until you get your desired design. The secure them with more tape especially on the edges. Finally hang the pictures with the little pins.
As you see this project is perfect if you have any empty wall in your room.
I hope you enjoyed this video and find it useful . If you try any of these ideas make sure to tweet me a picture and if you have any video request leave t in the comment section and I will try to make it happen. Thanks for watching!!!
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