Top DIY home projects to get creative this weekend

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Bit of extra time this weekend? Keen to get creative and add a personal touch to your home? Want a fun project for you and the kids to enjoy together? A DIY home project is a great way to let your hair down and spruce up your home.
You don’t have to spend days toiling away on the tools however, these quick DIY ideas can be tackled on a weekend.

Paint or add wallpaper to a tired wall

Liven up an old looking wall with a fresh lick of paint or paste over it with some stylish wallpaper. Get creative with your colour choices with bold bright colours or interesting patterns to instantly light up any room. On the other hand, choosing stylish wallpaper can really add a level of luxury to a space and if you opt for wallpaper that's easy to apply, remove, and reuse, then you need not worry about making mistakes.

De-clutter your kitchen with a DIY peg board

A few to many pots and pans lying around? It’s easier than you may think to create a little extra space to tidy up your kitchen. Make your own peg board to hang up those utensils that are filling up your draws. Particularly useful if you have extra wall space, a peg board is easy to make yourself and can basically be used to hang anything from knives, towels or mugs. De-clutter your kitchen and create added space with a DIY peg board.

Build your own wooden chair

If you’re looking to get really hands on, a great way to show your creative side is to make your own chair. It’ll personalise your home and you get the added satisfaction of knowing you made a piece that you can use. It’s far easier than you may think, but there are many ways to build your own chair using wood and a few hand tools. One of our favourites is a versatile Harriet chair that can be made for very little. The tutorial is easy to understand and takes you through the process step by step.

Lay your own lawn

Could your lawn do with a little TLC? It may be time to replace it with fresh instant turf. Trying to refresh a badly deteriorated lawn could end up costing far more than laying a new lawn yourself. Follow this step by step guide and you could be saving a great deal of money that would be spent on hiring a professional. Create your new lush lawn using instant turf and enjoy doing the process yourself.
With many years of experience in home improvement solutions, Nicheliving can assist you with any renovation project, big or small. If you’re looking to modernise your home our experts can help you every step of the way.

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