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Is it possible to have easy DIY projects for your small living room? On the contrary to what our prehistoric ancestor believed, there are tons makeover options you can choose to improve comfort and coziness of your living room from the inter-webs. Next projects require mostly used stuffs – OR – even if you have to buy additional supplies, it won’t be costly. Combine your creativity, time, skills, a link inside description area, and you should be able to craft one or some unique DIY decor products that will differentiate your living room from a family room next door. Next, this is 10 Easy DIY Project for a Small Living Room that won’t cost you a huge Fortune by simphome.com
10.Entertainment Center from Wood Pallet ↳
If you have tons of unused wood pallets, try this idea. If you don’t, you can always buy the wood pallets anyway. After all, they are cheap and from them you can get a new wood decoration with vintage finish. They look natural and I assume the total cost won’t break your heart. The great thing about this idea is their flexibility. You can turn them into anything you want – some of the example are a coffee table, a TV stand, an entertainment center console, and much more. Additionally, you have option to let them in their natural skin or paint them.
9. Cabinet Console ↳
This is basically a type of a TV stand which comes with extra slots consoles. When you have a TV, it is more often than not you will connect it with other external media, accessories, or consoles. Instead of letting them scattered here and there, transformed your new or old unused woods to get a cabinet console like this. By having this unique TV stand, you’ll have one slot or shelf for every single console. Helping you managing your entertainment electronics and give you a neater and better organization system.
8.Outdoor Sofa ↳
Again, in this project, you will need woods or to be specific unused wood. If you can get yourself enough wooden planks, you can use it to craft a base and back support for your next new furniture. One thing to remember, make sure you already have cutting plan and assembling before you buy and collect all material and supplies needed. Once you are done with the mainframe, add a handmade or a non-handmade plush cushions and seating pads to finish it. That’s it! Now you have a unique outdoor sofa with rustic element feel and look. The great thing about this project is it comes with a DIY link that I already pasted inside description area.
7.Sofa Table ↳
Basically, you can add a new sofa table – which is an additional table that is placed along the sofa – every single new season without bursting your budget. You can choose a regular table type, which is low and rectangular that is usually placed on each end of the sofa. And, the long one, that will help you give a new space for your accessories, behind your sofa. Different from the regular one, this long narrow table should be placed on the back of your sofa, little bit concealed from your eyes. If you have enough wood and time, you can try both types of this DIY. As usual, I already pasted a DIY link inside description that you can check and examine. Before you decide to take this option, consider this idea as a long-term project. You don’t have to complete it in one go. Start by reading tutorial I provide, managing your time, few sketches, some fruit juices, and nice jazz music. Have Fun.
6.Coffee Table with Hairpin Leg ↳
This is a regular coffee table that comes with extra hairpin leg made from metal. In short, after you read complete tutorial I pasted, continue with materials needed that you can get from any home improvement stores (such as wood, supplies, the hairpin legs, etc). And all you have to do next is assemble everything according to instruction you already learned. Like previous point, this project doesn’t need any major works. Be in the “moment” and Don’t rush things. I bet you will marvel the outcome.
5.Industrial Coffee Table ↳
This is another combination of wood and metal. But unlike our previous table though, this one is lower and requires more metals. You can say that this one has more industrial look when compared to the previous hairpin table. It requires extra effort because the plan is more complex and you’ll probably need extra help and hand to get the measurement right and the assembly itself properly done without over charging your time.
4.DIY Magazine Holder ↳
If you have some metal bars and unused leather (or any other types of sturdy fabric), this is recommended project you shall take. It is pretty easy when you already are familiar with handcrafting and sewing. Unique preposition about this holder is that it looks simple yet elegant and personalized. It totally represents your personality, and intelligence.
3.Entryway Shelf Rack ↳
It should be an easy DIY project for your small living room because not only I already pasted required link you need, but also the project only requires few plank woods, flanges, pipes, spray paints, hooks and Probond glue. Brand new supplies are not required If you already scraped and stored unused pipes from your last bathroom or kitchen makeover projects.
The end product of this DIY will improve the look of your entryway, as well as improving its functionality. With this shelf rack, you can hang your coats and display your family photo collection or small memorabilias.
2.Plywood Pegboard ↳
Have you ever considered having your entire living room or bedroom wall covered with pegboards? Well, you should try it. it can satisfy your wall storage needs and you can employ it as a new platform for your hanging decorations. Once you confident with all the measurements, you can enjoy fun part of this DIY. Cutting, Drilling, Assembly, and painting. After you finished these processes, you have almost unlimited shelving and stacking setting options, that you can enjoy for months or years to come.
1.Copper Lamp ↳
If this project is a homework, I already help you with a link that I pasted after sub-title number 1. If that’s is less than enough, YouTube search bar is few seconds away from your fingertip. Most expensive supply of this DIY is only a lampshade. It’s around 46 today’s dollars. Other than that, you only need to scrap less than a meter copper pipe from your garage or nearest home depot or Lowes, lamp cord set, plug, and the last one is small piece of plywood.