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3 Stylish Home Décor DIYs for the New Year

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Freshen up the home with small but impactful pieces for an easy style update. Rebecca Snowden, Interior Style Advisor at Furniture And Choice, shares 3 stylish home décor DIYs that are chic and easy to create.

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1. Designer-worthy rattan sideboard

Furniture And Choice in collaboration with Walls and Floors
Furniture And Choice in collaboration with Walls and Floors

A top interior decorating trick is to choose storage solutions that are stylish in their own right. For instance, upgrade a sideboard with some rattan and paint to turn it into a mid-century inspired statement piece.

“This is an impressive DIY that packs a real style punch,” says Rebecca. “Here, we’ve paired our painted black rattan sideboard with gorgeous Oakham White Pattern Tiles by Walls and Floors to completely transform a classic monochrome hallway.”

2. Ombré dip-dye wall hanging

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Bergamo Solid Oak Wooden Double Bed – £369.99 – www.furniturechoice.co.uk

Introduce bohemian style to the home for a touch of colour and whimsy. Soothing yet eye-catching, an ombré dip dye wall hanging is a minimal, contemporary take on a traditional macramé piece.

“Because it’s made with string, it has a soft and comforting quality that makes it a great accent piece for the bedroom where you want a calm setting,” explains Rebecca. “Ocean blue or neutral hues are safe tones to try, but this is also a good opportunity to bring in a new pop of colour.”

3. Tie-dye wall art

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Dorset White Wooden Double Bed – £329.99 – www.furniturechoice.co.uk

Discover shibori, the Japanese art of tie-dye, to create beautiful prints as wall art. This is a simple DIY that can be a fun family activity too.

“The shibori technique is beginner-friendly and produces uniquely patterned designs that can be used in many ways,” shares Rebecca. Frame up the fabric, use them as napkins, or turn them into pillowcases for a cohesive look throughout a room. “Decorating a space with DIY handiworks is a great way to show off your personality and really add a sense of warmth.”

For more information on this DIY, visit the website for a step by step guide. 

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