Your home is your most important space. I mean, it's where you live!
Considering the amount of time you spend in it, it's important to have your place just the way you like it.
DIYs and hacks are everyone's friends — especially the ones that look great in your home!
Here's an awesome list of things you can do to really glam up your home life and make your house a place you love to spend time in. Enjoy!
Take any picture frame and add burlap material inside. All you need is erasable markers to write with! You can even use it to create a grocery list like Jill Ruth & Co did!
With this hack, you can hide your router or wires. Cut up some old books and use the spines to make a box. This will take your living room from disorganized to pristine. Thanks, Sewing Barefoot!
Who would have thought you could use garbage for something so beautiful?! Home Is Where The Boat Is just closed the mason jar lid over a mesh vegetable bag and added their flowers!
However, it's a rug, and it'll be so soft on your feet! Homedit created this unique rug with some yarn, patience, and a mat grid. You can make it larger or smaller — it's all up to you!
Using lot's of those dollar store decorative rocks, you can make your own personal backsplash for your bathroom. Trust me, you don't need to be a DIY pro for this one. Just let Hometalk help you!
This is another complete dollar store hack. All that Pink Cloud used was a cork plate, felt, and stones. Bring your pots to the table in style!
Not only will this make sure there is ALWAYS a towel for your guests, but it looks nice, too. Lilly Flower put this together with a pot lid organizer from Ikea.
Bring some nature into your home by simply pouring rocks onto a plastic mat. Then, set your shoes on top. Rachel Talbott says the rocks help to scrape dirt off your shoes, too!
With some marble stick-on wallpaper, you can actually add this marble effect onto any of your furniture. Ella Darby put it on the surface of her desk for a modern and chic look!
Honestly, this is fricken' adorable, and all The DIY Mommy did was paint her old tiles using a stencil! I didn't know you could repaint old tiles until now. No assembling required for this look in your home.
This DIY from The Lil House That Could will add some warmth and personality to any room! All you need is some painter's tape, paint, and an old laundry basket.
Vintage doorknobs make great hangers for your bathroom or front foyer. To get that real vintage look, Fabulous Decor Ideas mix and matched the doorknobs. I love this idea!
Rachel Talbott created a rustic look by adding another pot of flowers inside an old paint can. She didn't do anything with the can — it's all natural rust. Hang it wherever you wish!
You need this in your life, and you can make it on your own. Nava Rose created this fancy tissue box by breaking pieces of a mirror and using silver string beads. Just restock it as needed!