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14 Simple Hacks That Will Make Your Home Amazing

Check out these simple hacks to transform your home from drab to fab.

Pour your shower supplies into pretty bottles that match your bathroom decor. (source)

Cover your laundry baskets in rope. Leave the rope as-is or use paint to add a decorative pattern. (source)

Cover up your ugly wire shelves with plywood. (source)

Transfer your pantry items to decorative glass containers. (no source found)

Hide the kids toys in plain sight with a diy window seat storage bench. (source)

Store kids toys in bins under a table then make a no saw curtain from fabric scraps to hide the bins. (source)

Hide your cords inside a decorative box. (no source found)

Add mini frames to your light switches and paint them to match. (source)

Transform your ugly, outdated cabinets with yard sticks and a coat of paint. (source)

Add corbel under your cabinets to give your backsplash a more finished look. (no source found)

Update your vent covers with a coat of spray paint. (source)

Give those closet doors a makeover with trim and paint. (source)

Transform your blinds into beautiful roman shades. (source)

Update your Ikea cubbies into a beautiful entertainment center. (source)

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  1. Such amazing ideas for small DIY upgrades! I especially love the idea of hiding those hideous wire shelves with plywood. Thanks for sharing such great ideas! :D

    1. Thanks Megan, the plywood really does make a huge difference!

  2. Wow! These hacks are truly helpful. I love the idea of framing the switch. It looks cool. Also, the storage under the bench is such a brilliant idea. It really helps organizing things and it's not space consuming.. Thank you for sharing this. Thumbs up!

  3. Wouldn't covering up the cords in the box be a fire hazard? Some cords get really hot...

    1. I've never had an issue with any of my cords getting hot. If you have this issue then I would definitely add some holes to the box to help with ventilation or maybe remove the back panel of the box since you can't see it anyways.


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