Home is not a house but a feeling. You can create the home atmosphere you want thanks to simple DIY tips. You will realize that actually upgrading your home does not cost much. A touch of creative, being handy and a few dollars possibly.
Install a Kitchen Tile Backsplash
Adding a tile backsplash to your kitchen is much easier than it looks — and totally affordable, too. Even renters can do this simple DIY upgrade — just be sure your landlord is okay with a few screws in the wall.
Swap Out Your Light Fixtures
You don’t need to hire an electrician to change your lighting fixtures. You can easily switch one out for an upgrade that can really change the look and feel of an entire room.
Make Prefab Bookcases Look Like Built-Ins
For many people, built-in bookcases are the things of home decor dreams. It would be costly, timely and difficult to hire a carpenter to alter your home’s walls to build bookshelves. Instead, use this DIY to make your already existing bookcases look like they were built into your walls.
For you to do DIY projects around your house you will need to have certain skills. These skills are to ensure that you do not turn everything you touch into clutter.
Car repairs are actually pretty easy to perform, and pretty hard to screw up. You’d be surprised by what you can pull off, and the kind of money you can save doing things for yourself. Check out our list of car repairs that anyone can do themselves, despite their abilities for more info. That way, when you see the check engine light, you’ll break out the tool chest rather than heading to your nearest dealership.
Stereotypical gender roles aside, everyone should have a little sewing knowledge. Whether it’s just so you can sew a button back on or fix size issues in an otherwise perfect shirt, knowing how to thread a needle can come in handy pretty often. Best of all, it’s super easy to learn the basics—this illustrated guide is a good place to start.
Kindly do ensure that you have the right skills before starting a DIY project or else you will be a danger to yourself. Many accidents today are as a result of everyone thinking they are superman.
More than 200,000 do-it-yourself enthusiasts a year have accidents that need hospital treatment, it was disclosed yesterday.
With the May Day bank holiday marking the unofficial start of the DIY season, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents issued a top 10 list of the tools most likely to land handymen in casualty.
Predictably, knives and scalpels occupied the number one spot, responsible for 20,000 hospital cases, but even the lowly screwdriver, at number six, resulted in 3,500 visits to the accident department.
While the increased popularity of power tools resulted in an estimated 87,000 injuries last year, even hanging wallpaper can be a hazard: it resulted in 1,500 people being taken to hospital.