DIY Spring Decorating Ideas

window-405253_960_720Now that your apartment is clean and organized, you can have some fun and decorate for the new season! If you scroll through Pinterest or tune into HGTV, you will see that there are a lot of DIY projects you can choose from. To make things a bit simpler, we have gathered some of our favorite projects to get your apartment ready without breaking the bank or taking up your entire weekend.

Bring flowers into your space:

Whether you decide to bring in real or fake flowers, they are a quick way to bring a fresh feel to your apartment. We love this idea of recycling old glass bottles to use as vases. It is creative and doesn't cost a thing. Add some twine from your local arts and crafts store and you are set. If allergies keep you from enjoying real flowers, check out these tissue paper flowers to make instead. They can be used as wall decor or placed in vases too.

Redo your gallery wall:

As the centerpiece to your room, a gallery wall is an easy but fun way to change the overall feel of a space. You can choose to pair new and old pieces for a vintage modern feel. You can choose a minimalist theme and pair simple prints with quotes. It is really up to you and how you want the room to feel when you walk in.

Plant an herb garden:

Just because you live in an apartment doesn't mean you can't have a garden! Check out this amazing idea on how to create your own planters for your kitchen. Without taking up too much space, you have a new hobby and can spend less money at the grocery store on ingredients.

Create more seating for friends:

Last but certainly not least, make sure that when you have your friends over to admire your organized and well decorated apartment that they have somewhere to sit. These oversized floor pillows are the perfect for relaxing with fruity cocktails or watching some Netflix.

We hope these tips help you get excited for the season and they can be a SPRINGboard to your own unique decorating ideas!
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