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33 Genius DIY Organization Hacks. Don’t miss out! Follow DIYcozyHome.com on Facebook and bring more love and life into your home. ---------- Sponsored Links ---------- Have you ever wanted to hack regular items that are in your home? Today I have 33 GENIUS DIY Organization Hacks. These are some of the best. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. Related Posts 25 Greatest DIY Organization Tips Of All Time 40 Brilliant DIY Organization Hacks 30 Home Organization Tips, Tricks and Ideas 11 Responses to 33 Genius DIY Organization Hacks lilijawati karja says:October 25, 2013 at 3:12 amVery nice and good ideas ReplyShannon Doyle says:October 27, 2013 at 1:55 pmThank you so much for helping me find the bed frame with storage drawers on the tottom!

Leave a Reply Please use your real name instead of you company name or keyword spam. Balloon and String Ornaments Craft Help Me! © 2013 diycozyhome.com. 23 Hacks For Your Tiny Bedroom. How to Make a Simple Headboard. So I've been in New York for about three weeks now and I am slowly working on project after project to make the apartment feel decorated and appear furnished by an adult. Ha. To me, New York totally has this college-esque feel because everyone is always up late working, running around, and just doing stuff.

This college-for-adults feeling is further accentuated by the fact that we have the most hodge-podge assortment of decor and furniture in our apartment. (Or lack of furniture.) Now in my home in Indiana, I probably have enough decor and furniture to furnish a small house, but there's only so many things that can fit in a cargo van with a mattress to drive across the country. :) So I've been brainstorming little things to make our little home feel as cozy and warm as we possibly can make it. After: Much better. So if you don't have a saw or anything to cut a nice headboard out of wood, here's what you can do. Now I need to figure out what to put over the headboard as decoration. Dorm DIY: Geometric Wall Hanging.

If you’re living in dorms (or have ever been a teenager, for that matter), you’ve likely come across wall hangings. I’m sure you know the type — sold at the local head shop and printed with any number of psychedelic images such as kaleidoscopic patterns, tie-dye, dancing wolves and moonlit dolphins. Wall hangings, with their inexpensive materials and large dimensions, make wonderfully cost-effective ways to decorate your dorm room.

Unlike posters, which can be laborious to hang and often end up looking mismatched and cobbled together, a single wall hanging can lend a bit of cohesion to an otherwise jumbled space. If artwork reminiscent of an acid flashback isn’t your cup of tea, however, the art of the wall hanging might leave a bit to be desired. Luckily, crafting a chic, modern wall hanging is not only incredibly inexpensive, but it’s also incredibly easy. We made this simple geometric wall hanging in mere hours with just a few materials. Materials Directions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Make a Pretty Pouf Ottoman. Make This! Renter-Friendly DIY Typography Wall Art. Curbly-Original Photo: Brittni Mehlhoff When you're renting, wall art can be a sensitive subject.

Usually, it involves a whole lot of holes in the wall or a whole lot of painting, only to have to spackle and paint the walls again when you move out. Luckily, I have a solution that won't harm your walls and definitely makes a big impact, without a single hole or drop of paint. This project will take the better part of an afternoon to complete, but if you have help the whole process will go by much faster.

Supplies: one to two yards of fabric (depending on the size of your letters)fabric scissorsfabric fray blockpaint brusha pencil for tracing1/4 cup of corn starch 4 1/2 cups of waterone medium-sized pot for boiling the watera level and painter's tape How-To: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. I used this recipe from How About Orange (Bring four cups of water to a boil. 7. 7. 8. 9. 10. So what do you think? Tagged : Curbly-Original, How-To Material : fabric Design Style : minimalist Techniques : Creative Reuse. 26 Cheap And Easy Ways To Have The Best Dorm Room Ever. 23 Creative Ways To Reuse Old Plastic Bottles.

DIY recycling projects are always cool, especially when you can turn your trash into something new and useful. We’ve written posts about ways to recycle before, but it turns out there’s so much that you can do with recycle plastic bottles that they deserved their own post. The PET plastic that most plastic beverage bottles are made of is a fairly useful material – it’s resilient, flexible, transparent and food safe. As such, there are probably countless applications for these bottles that will give them second lives. These 23 are a great place to start, but can you think of your own as well? Vertical Garden Thanks for sharing! 3x per week 30,000,000+ monthly readers Error sending email Source: Rosenbaum and Luciano Huck Chandelier Designed by: Sarah Turner Broom Image credits: unknown Beautiful Mosaic From Caps Left By Hurricane Sandy Designed by Lisa Be | Project Vortex Spoon Lamp Designed by Yaroslav Olenev Jewelry Stand Source: EBLOT Cherry Blossom Paint Stamp Source: alphamom.com Parking Canopy.

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7 Ways You're Doing Laundry Wrong. Beyond sorting lights from darks, there's an art to getting clothes really clean, and chances are you're unwittingly making some mistakes. We asked laundry experts to give us the dirt. By Erika Rasmusson Janes White Jeans White jeans that are a cotton/spandex blend (and that's pretty much every pair these days) present a challenge because they can't be washed with that go-to stain remover for whites: "You can't bleach spandex," says Clorox scientist and "Dr.

Laundry" blogger Mary Gagliardi. Swimsuits Tossing your suit in the wash—even in a mesh bag, even on the gentle cycle—is a mistake, says Steve Boorstein, aka The Clothing Doctor. Dark Clothes To keep your dark clothes (especially cotton) from fading, you know to wash them inside out, in cold water -- but you need to skip the dryer, says Gagliardi. Your Kids' Clothes Down Jackets And Comforters The secret to washing down items correctly: an extra rinse cycle! Towels Skip the fabric softener or dryer sheets. The Washer Surprise! 10 Ingenious Ideas for Small Space Interiors.