One of the best things about living in a beautiful New Smyrna Beach home is the ability to make it your own! And DIY projects are an excellent way to do just that. Try your hand at some artistic skills this season with these DIY projects you have to try out in your NSB home. Just read on!
There’s nothing worse than old, dingy furniture in your beautiful NSB home. So, take your furniture to a new level with a simple flip. Just like flipping a home, flipping furniture is a great way to give new life to your pieces with a little bit of TLC. Depending on the type of furniture you’re looking to flip, some helpful materials could include a sander, a stain, paint, new hardware, new legs and more.
Accent walls are a great way to add a little bit of personality to any room in your New Smyrna Beach home. Whether it’s painting a wall a daring color to adding texture with a board and batten effect, accent walls make the perfect fall DIY project! Depending on your style of choice, some materials could include wood, paint, paintbrushes, a saw, leveling tools, etc.
Did you know that adding a mirror to your space can help it to feel bigger? It’s true! So, if your needing to make a room in your house feel a little bigger, try adding some mirror art. Plus, mirror art makes for a fun DIY project. From a mirror grid wall to painted mirrors, there’s plenty of ways to get crafty!
A popular DIY trend is creating faux terracotta pottery, specifically planters and vases, with just a few ingredients and tools. This DIY project will take your regular glass or plastic vases and pots and take them to an elevated terracotta look. You’ll need paintbrushes, a vase or pot, baking powder, and the paint color of your choice. If you want the full terracotta look, go for a burnt orange paint color. The combination of ingredients will make the otherwise glassy paint look matte and give it some texture as if it were terracotta pottery.
Don’t be afraid to have some fun when it comes to making your New Smyrna Beach home uniquely you! With these DIY projects and more, you might just find your next favorite hobby. Let us know your favorite project!