10 Cute Room Diys (Make It Happen)

Cute Room DIYs – Are you looking forward to yet another year of dorm life! Sure, the showers might become scalding hot when someone flushes the toilet, but college is the only time when you get to live in the same building with all of your friends, and that makes it all worth it. And even the dingiest dorm room can look so much better with some creativity and a few basic craft supplies. Whether it’s your first semester in college or the beginning of your senior year, these DIY ideas are sure to spruce up your room!

1. Teen Bedroom Idea

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This cute room can make you comfort and relax. After you come from school and bored, you can take a rest in this special room. Then let your spirit come again.

2. Pink Combination Room

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We painted the wall white, and added an empty frame. The sconces are also wall decals. I like this because it is kid friendly, with no glass or heavy things that can fall on your child.

3. Inspiration Room For Boy

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Boys lacrosse themed bedroom. Lacrosse sticks hanging on walls, team logo painted on wall, and lacrosse art. Blue and orange color scheme. Simple blue bedding, large orange stripe on wall.

4. Cozy Decor For Special One

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5. Teenage Boy Room Makeover

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Staying with the pirate theme, decided this space should have a “walk the plank” wall.  So on the opposite side of the bedroom created a white-washed plank wall.

6. Draw Attention Away From The Door

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Whether it’s a bijou country cottage or a studio flat, it can be tricky to create a relaxing bolt hole when your front door opens straight into your living room. Take the emphasis away from the entrance by creating a focal point with thoughtfully arranged seating.

7. Pare It Back With Wood

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Think about alternatives to traditional living room furniture, such as the three-piece suite. It’s still possible to have a cosy area for relaxing and reading with less space-greedy furnishings.

8. Decorate Vertically

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Think about living room wallpaper designs to complement your lounge. Take that décor up high when floor space is limited.

9.Get Creative With Space

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Before decorating or furnishing an awkwardly shaped living room consider how best to optimise the space available. Think about an L-shaped sofa in a tight eaves space teamed with trunks that can function as coffee tables as well as handy storage.

10. Invest In Multi-Functional Furniture

Image Source: idealhome.co.ukWhen it comes to small living rooms, hard-working, multi-functional pieces of furniture are your friends. Take this coffee table, which doubles as a storage bin, allowing you to clear away any clutter at a moment’s notice.

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