50 DIY Projects To Make in Under an Hour
Looking for quick DIY ideas that can be done in under an hour? So were we, but not all of them were either, cool, or something we would even consider making. Check out these top DIY crafts projects we found and see what you think. Each has step by step instructions and no hidden steps that will take tons of time. Whether you are looking for a DIY gift or a project to entertain the kids, you are sure to find some awesome creative ideas in this list’
1. Mason Jar Fairy Lights
These glow in the dark fairy lights just require an empty jar and some paint to make. Fun and fast for kids, teens or adults to make, it is cool to watch them light up. Make these little crafts in minutes and then enjoy putting them outside to watch.
2. DIY Coasters
Ever need a last minute gift but find yourself short on time and cash? Turn plain tiles into creative DIY coasters with this cool craft idea that makes a super idea for quick Christmas gift to make for friends and family. Just buy a stack of tiles and add paper and mod podge then let dry. Ready to wrap and give, but why not keep a few for yourself? You should be able to make lots of these quick crafts in under an hour.
3. Reversible Table Runner
Tea and Lime
4. Coffee Bean Wedding Favors
5. Tulle Skirt
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6. Customized Timber Knobs
The Painted Hive
7. Kimono Scarf
The Learner Observer
8. Sun Jar
9. Mason Jar Wall Organizer
10. Wood Block Wedding Ring Holder
11. Burlap Message Board
Girl in The Garage
12. Fabric Tissue Box Cover with Grommet Opening
Make it – Love it
Pallet Bookshelf Table
14. Teacup Candles
15. Simple Skirt
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16. No-Sew Foot Stool
17. Easy Letter and Vintage Wallpaper Art
My So Called Crafty Life
18. Modern Dream Catcher
Almost Makes Perfect
19. Rainbow Baby Toy
20. Copper Pipe and Yarn Wall Hanging
Pennies for a Fortune
21. Forever Ever Pillow
22. Chunky Pom Pom Beanie
23. Black Faux Leather Clutch
The Felted Fox
24. Camera Strap
On a Sweet Sugar Rush
25. No-Sew Leather Jewelry Pouch
26. Upcycled Vintage Tin Lamp
My So Called Crafty Life
27. Cup Cake Baby Costume
Wine and Glue
Duck Canvas Tote
The Sweeter Side of Mommyhood
29. Pottery Barn Rustic Lantern
30. Faux Hanging Pink Ombre Shelves
Ducklings in a Row
31. Tea Towel Apron
32. Crystal Wrap Bracelet
Flax and Twine
33. Fleece Football Hat
Make it – Love it
34. Pencil Roll
35. Quilted Circle Coasters
36. Painted Photo booth Props
The Crafted Life
37. Geometric Photo Holders
The Crafted Life
38. Aromatherapy Eye Pillow
39. Patterned Hair Clips
Pretty Life Girls
40. Colorful Bangle
41. Cat Toe Flats
Julie Ann Art
42. Fork Bracelet
Stars for Street Lights
Happiness is Homemade
44. Hanging Wood Slice Plant Stand
45. Bottle Cap Picture Magnets
View from the Fridge
46. Lip Balm Locket
47. Scrabble Coasters
The Gourmet Gab
48. Animal Key Chain
Between the Lines
49. Charm Bead Pen
Happy Hour Projects
50. Love-Themed Paper Wedding Lanterns
Happy Hour Projects
50 Easy Home DIY Project Ideas and Designs — RenoGuide
Home DIY projects make your home more yours. They exude your personality and style. They reflect your needs and lifestyle. A home full of DIYed items has more character and charm. DIYing is also a practical way of saving up money, repurposing old and used items and expressing one’s creativity. Here are some easy home DIY project ideas and designs that can inspire your next project;
1. Floating Box Shelves
Floating shelves are functional, space savers and can be installed in any room. Shelves will not only provide storage and display spaces, but they will also dress up a blank wall. The installation of this minimalist box shelves takes a surprising and more creative approach by putting it in a corner instead of the usual centre of the wall.
2. Concrete Soap Dish
This fancy and beautiful concrete soap dish is an easy and quick home project. With a bag of cement, some tinting colours and a free afternoon, you can come up with several of these rustic add-ons to your bathroom. Get creative with colours and shapes!
Jazz up an old and tired-looking table by topping it off with coins. Carefully arrange coins then coat it with epoxy glaze for a high-gloss and sleek look. You can use different coins to create patterns and personalised designs.
4. Colourful Wine Cork Curtain
This is one eye-catching and eco-friendly door screen. Don’t throw away discarded wine corks. You can turn trash into something colourful and beautiful as this wine cork curtain. Dip in different colours then connect the corks with connecting hooks.
5. Indoor Hanging Planter
Indoor plants help freshen the air and add colour to the room. Installing an indoor herb garden makes the plants easily accessible. This hanging planter provides an accessible and safe place for the plants – off the countertops. The wood, jute and tin combi gives the room a fresh and rustic look.
6. Trellis Plant Wall
Dress up your wall with this creative trellis plant wall holders. Install a wood trellis, add leather flowerpot holders and then the plants. A great way to upcycle old leather items like bags, belt and clothing.
7. Stone Bathroom Rug
Give your bathroom the spa treatment by adding this DIY stone bathroom rug. You can buy smooth stones from any hardware store or collect from your surroundings if they are aplenty. Using a strong glue, arrange and stick the cleaned and dry stones to a regular bathroom mat.
8. Mudroom Wall Organiser
Rustic, functional and an easy home DIY project. Repurpose wood planks from old furniture or walls into this very useful mudroom organiser. Easy home DIY project you can complete on a lazy weekend afternoon. Add hooks, shelves or drawers as needed.
9. CD Mosaic Table
Embellish a boring table with your old CDs! From forgettable to glittery, shiny and striking! Carefully cut CDs into chips, then arrange in a mosaic on the tabletop. Use super glue to stick the CD chips on the table, then finish the project by coating the tabletop with epoxy resin. This will smoothen the sharp edges and preserve the CDs’ shine.
10. Shabby Chic Mason Jars
Shabby chic mason jars are elegant, attractive and charming. They are also popular in many easy home DIY project ideas and designs. You can easily create your own set of shabby chic jars. First, paint jars with your favourite colours for at least two coats. Use acrylic paint. Let dry, then gently rub the jars with sandpaper to get the shabby effect.
11. Rustic Blanket Ladder
Decorative, functional and chic. The blanket ladder is a popular add on to bathrooms, bedrooms and entryways. It holds towels, blankets, jackets an many more. To create the charming rustic look of this beautiful blanket ladder, sand away the wood to reveal its natural colour and grains, the varnish for a little bit of shine.
12. Laundry Basket Stand
Manage the clutter in your laundry room without spending much or taking up so much floor space with this easy-to-create laundry basket stand. With some wood planks and basic carpentry skills, build yourself a customised basket stand. Find an ideal spot for it in your laundry room, measure the available space and use it to create the stand. Add as many layers as you need.
13. Concrete Planters
Concrete planters are sleek, chic and modern. You don’t have to spend much to add a trendy look to your home, just DIY it. Follow the instructions on the bag to mix the cement, fill the mould (you can use regular bowls) with cement and then place a smaller bowl inside that will create the inner hollow. Let dry for one full day, take out of the mould and then paint as you like.
14. Reclaimed Wood Wall Art
Interesting, stunning and inspired. This easy home DIY project might take some time to complete, but it is also creative and cheap. Use wood scraps when available. Cut wood squares with a slight slant and paint in several shades. Using a blowtorch, burn the slanted plane until the natural grains of the wood is prominent.
15. Seashell Mirror
Create this amazing, beachy and beautiful wall mirror frame for almost no cost. If you’re nearby a beach, collect seashells and dried corals to use in this project. You can also buy the materials in many craft stores. Carefully wash and dry the seashells and the wood frame to use. Using a strong glue, arrange and stick the shells are you see fit.
A functional and practical addition to your foyer or mudroom, this multipurpose bench is more than just a seat! It has a roomy storage compartment, shelves for shoes and a comfy seat too. This project will need more advanced carpentry skills.
17. Gravelled Tin Planters
Don’t throw away empty tin cans. Instead, convert them into these modern and striking planters. Give the tins a trendy look by coating them with white gravel. Perfect for indoor or outdoor use, these planters will fit right into your modern home design.
18. Concrete Candle Holders
These amazing candle holders are surprisingly easy to make. You will need concrete, balloons and some paints. First, mix the cement according to instructions, air the balloons and coat with a thin layer of cement leaving a small portion open. Dry, then pop the balloon. Paint the inside with your choice of paint colours.
19. Turn to Copper
Copper accents are striking, luxurious and elegant. They are also quite expensive. However, you can create your own copper collection easily and without spending so much. With copper paint, you can turn vases, used bottles, jars and tins from ordinary to amazing, from trash to smashing!
20. Bedroom Dresser
This project might require an adept carpenter but is also a great home DIY project for smaller homes or bedrooms that cannot accommodate regular sized furniture. Space-efficient and customised according to needs and space, you get the most out of the space by building your own.
21. Log Slice Mirrors
Easy, creative, fascinating. Jazz up your walls with some interesting mirrors! Using a raw log slice for the base, cut the mirror according to the wood’s pattern. Clean, sandpaper and varnish the wood, then glue the mirror and wood together. Cluster at least three mirrors for optimum impact.
22. Spiral Gabion Planter
This spiral gabion planter will elevate the plants and give your garden shape and depth. You will need some steel mesh, rocks and a free afternoon to work on it. Start by shaping the gabion fence, fill it rocks, then fill the planter with dirt. Lastly, transfer some plants.
23. Chalk Painted Bottles
Modern, rustic and chic. These trendy bottles can complement almost any interior design – modern, minimalist, maximalist, coastal, rustic and even Scandinavian. You can use any bottles or upcycle used ones. Thoroughly wash the bottles, wipe with rubbing alcohol, and then spray paint with chalk paint in your favourite colours.
24. Old Books Stool
You can repurpose old books into these quirky, fun and colourful stools. Pile up the books with the spines out, carefully arranged so that the top and sides are flat. You can leave the centre hollow. Glue the books together and position on top of a thick plywood or wood slab. Add furniture wheels for more mobility and top with a cushioned seat.
25. Rope Basket
Make extraordinary baskets by just adding jute rope to it. Wrapping rope around old or unsightly baskets can hide the flaws and upgrade the look. The natural texture and look of rope add a dose of bucolic charm to any room. All you need is a length of jute rope, a glue gun and some glue sticks.
26. Backyard Swing Bed
Add a cosy and relaxing element to your backyard – a swing bed! This very practical project will provide you and your family a place to relax and enjoy your backyard. Put together two pallet blocks, cleaned and varnished. Attach each corner with a sturdy rope or a chain, which will be attached to the ceiling, a pergola or a swing stand. Complete the swing bed with a thin bed foam or mattress.
27. Floating Shelf with Secret Compartment
Every house should have a secret hiding place for valuables and important items. This floating shelf with a secret compartment is an ingenious way of hiding items away from plain view while keeping it within easy reach.
28. Macrame Plant Hangers
Beautiful and charming, with a little dash of quirky. Macrame plant hangers let you decorate the room with plants but without hogging much floor space. Learning the knots is easy and you can also create your own designs!
29. Shelves and Shadows
This is another creative shelving you can easily DIY. It provides needed shelving space and dresses up the wall at the same time. With some creative planning and materials, you can finish this project in a day.
30. Built-in Dog Beds
Dogs and other pets are an integral part of our families. Thus, building them their own space will be a fun project for you. This very affordable and adorable dog bunk beds will only cost you the pallets, a few nails and a day to build it. But will surely be appreciated by your furry friends.
31. Cinder Block Garden
Gardening in a small backyard can be challenging. Optimise the use of space by going vertical! This cinder block garden is easy to put together and maintain, will not cost a lot and will give your garden definition and shape. You’ll just need some cinder blocks, some paint and your favourite plants!
32. Coffee Mug Rack
A few pieces of wood, some woodworking skills, paint and a free afternoon are all you need to create this chic and functional kitchen add on – a coffee mug rack. It will decorate a wall, take the mugs off the countertops while keeping them within easy reach and display them as they should be.
33. Log Slice Hanging Table
This rustic, beautiful and creative hanging table is also functional and versatile. You can install one for your nightstand table, a living room side table or even as a mini console in the foyer. For a more rustic look, keep the sides of the log rough and untrimmed. You can varnish the log to protect it from the elements.
34. Hammock and Pergola
Install a cosy private nook in your garden where you can relax, read a book or nap undisturbed, or just to enjoy the sights and sounds of your garden. This pergola and hammock combi will not cost much to build and is easy to put together. However, you might need some help in putting up the pergola.
Plastic Spoon Planters
Get productive in a boring afternoon or weekend and turn trash into something beautiful and useful with this plastic spoon planter DIY project. Do not throw away used plastic spoons, collect them instead and use in this very easy and creative project. You will need an ordinary plastic planter, washed plastic spoons, scissors or cutters, a glue gun and some glue sticks.
36. Old Books Nightstand
Creative, really quirky and ingenious idea to turn old books into something useful. Save up those old and useless books and use them to create this eye-catching nightstand instead. You will only need some glue to stick the books together and a can of spray paint.
37. Old Tyre Swing
Old tyre swings have been around ever since tyres were invented. They are fun, safe, cheap and practical kids’ play contraption. Give your kids their own tyre swing in your backyard. You’ll need a used car tyre, thoroughly cleaned and painted as you desire. Pierce three opposing points of the tyre and attach sturdy hooks to it. Use sturdy rope or chains to hang the tyre.
38. Driftwood Room Divider
Make something fabulous and functional from the driftwoods you see scattered around. Collect similar size and shape, clean them up and let dry. Nail them to a solid wood slab base. You can paint, varnish or just let its natural wood charms show.
39. Kitchen Produce Rack
Storage, container, organiser. This kitchen produce rack also comes with wheels, making it mobile, versatile and more accessible. Easy to make, even novice carpenters can put this together.
40. Fabric Wall Hanging
Need a bright and unique wall feature to dress up a blank wall? You can make this stunning wall feature in no time at all! You will just need a few colourful fabrics, a wood stick, glue and a length of string. Cut randomly, arrange so that it gives you a unique pattern and then glue the fabrics to the stick. Hang and done!
41. PVC Garden
PVC gardening saves you garden space and is also a great way to add definition to your backyard or dress up an outdoor wall. Cut holes all over a large PVC pipe, making sure you allow spaces in between to hold the dirt and plants inside. Stick it to the ground or install against a wall, then fill the PVC with dirt. Plant through the holes.
42. Outdoor Day Bed
Adding a day bed to your verandah or porch will increase its comfort and welcoming points. You can repurpose wood and other materials to be used in this project. Complete the cosy corner look by throwing in a few brightly coloured pillows!
43. Old Tyre and Rope Ottomans
Rubber tyres can last forever, so don’t throw away your old tyres as they only stay in pits forever. Instead, turn them into something beautiful and useful, like these rustic ottomans. Just clean up and dry old tyres. Wrap them in jute or sisal rope and that’s it! Great for both indoor and outdoor use.
44. Pegboard Wall Organisers
Trendy and stylish, functional and smart. These pegboard wall organisers are versatile and mobile, you can adjust the pegs and shelves to fit your needs and also transfer the boards from one wall to another. A great wall to dress up a blank wall while organising at the same time.
45. Couch Tables
These small tables are essential to today’s homes and lifestyle where most people will work and eat in the comforts of their living room, oftentimes while watching the television. You can repurpose the wood for the base and tabletop. Stabilise the top with an L support bracket. The metal pipe stand underscores the industrial look of the tables.
46. Garden in a Ladder
Can’t get enough of gardening? Bring your favourite plants inside or unto your porch with this eye-catching garden ladder. Even beginners can put together a few pieces of wood and form a ladder. A great way to display beautiful blooms and greens and to decorate your home with plants.
47. A Picture Wall
This is the most nostalgic and beautiful home DIY project. Take and collect the most significant and memorable photos of your family and loved ones and arrange them into one giant picture frame. You will never get tired of stopping by the wall and going through those memories every time.
48. House Number
Make your house number truly yours by customising and creating it yourself. This personalised house number includes the family’s name and a flower box. You can create your own using scrap or repurposed wood, paint and your favourite blooms.
49. Recycled Crate Shelving
Manage backyard or garage clutter with this recycled crate box shelves. With a few used crates and paint, you can complete this home DIY project in no time at all. Nail together the crate boxes to create the shelves, then coat with paint, done!
50. Popsicle Stick Wall Décor
Can’t handle a hammer? That’s no problem with this easy home DIY project. Get on your most crafty mode for this popsicle stick wall décor project. You’ll just need popsicle sticks, a glue gun, a few glue sticks, paint or varnish and a lot of creativity. No hammering required, just have fun!
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50 popular projects of inexpensive simple houses and economy cottages
Convenient or compact? Beautiful or economical?
Almost every potential developer who is looking for a project of an inexpensive economy class house is now puzzled by this choice. Often, the beautiful and comfortable cottages that you like in the catalogs are too large, and their construction and maintenance is beyond our ability in our hectic and low-money time, and the budget simple options do not have enough rooms, unpresentable appearance or short-lived structures.
Is there any compromise here? After all, you want to collect all the best qualities at the same time, and at the same time not go bankrupt at a construction site.
Compromise is possible if the project is created by the architect solely for reasons of rationality . Rationality is the main thing in the selection of popular projects of inexpensive economy class houses presented here.
You can read an article on how to notice factors that increase the cost of construction in a project, and what you can painlessly save on in order to build an inexpensive economy class house without sacrificing convenience, strength and beauty, you can here…
When designing simple economy class PEOPLE’S HOUSES, we follow the rules that allow us to provide a decent level of comfort and style with a minimum size and cost of construction:
1. SIMPLE TO BUILD houses are quite simple constructive.
INVAPOLIS economy-class cottage projects use inexpensive reliable structures, simple technical solutions and commonly available building materials. Everything you need can be found in any region of Russia.
Having bought a ready-made standard project (which is relatively inexpensive, quick and easy compared to individual design), you can build a house in a season on your own or with a team of 4-5 people with basic skills in concrete, masonry, carpentry and plastering.
Facades can be made without costly and complex decor, they look good due to the correct proportions and a few stylish, simple inexpensive details.
You can study the principles of construction of inexpensive INVAPOLIS houses here. ..
4 Over the years, we have worked out the author’s optimal composition construction and approval albums of drawings.
It is slightly different from the usual “passport + AR + KR” – it contains as much information as needed for construction, and it is presented in the most intelligible and visual form. So not only the foreman and engineer, but also future residents will easily understand the drawings. This will help control construction work and costs.
The standard composition of the finished INVAPOLIS project ensures the successful construction of the house exactly as it is shown on the site.
Get acquainted with a typical example of a project…
2. COZY LIVING
In all projects of low-cost economy class houses from INVAPOLIS, super-rational and very comfortable layouts.
We achieve this by adhering to 7 of our corporate principles:
1. Separate different and combine like
Premises similar in nature of use are located nearby: a kitchen with a living room, a bedroom with a bathroom, utility rooms with a kitchen. Rooms with non-overlapping functions, such as private and common areas, are removed from each other. This allows even a very crowded family to exist without conflict in a small area.
2. Only useful meters
There are no corridors, attics, nooks and crannies in the projects of economy class houses – everything that you build, but will not use. This principle allowed us to “win” the usable area for one or two additional rooms.
3. Spectacular interiors
The entrance reveals a view of the beautiful elements of the living room – a fireplace, a staircase or a dining group. This minimum is quite enough to create a memorable and expressive image, and this can be done even in a very inexpensive house. After all, beauty is also a component of rationalism, – it is more reasonable to create a stylish interior than to build an inexpressive house with ugly cramped rooms for the same amount.
4. Spacious common rooms
Combining the living room with the kitchen – dining room makes the interior of the cottage spacious and representative. If desired, you can always separate them with a partition or screens.
5. Compact personal spaces
The rooms are designed to conveniently accommodate the necessary furniture and equipment, without excess space – they are small but very comfortable.
6. An isolated room on the ground floor
is an obligatory attribute of the project of an inexpensive economy class house, as it allows you to make the life of the elderly, kids and people with temporary or permanent limited mobility comfortable.
7. Ease of replanning
when life circumstances change. Most cottages are devoid of internal load-bearing walls, which means that during redevelopment, the volume of construction work will be minimal.
3. LOOK BEAUTIFUL
In shaping the appearance of economy-class houses INVAPOLIS, the principle of combining the decorative and constructive functions of building parts is used. We try not to use elaborate decor. The adornment of inexpensive PEOPLE’S HOUSES is a beautiful silhouette, interesting plastic facades, complemented by canopies or terraces, a large roof overhang and open structures of load-bearing roof beams. Everything is economical, rational, and pleasing to the eye.
You can also look at the projects of small inexpensive houses that were not included in this selection in the sections of the catalog of projects up to 100 m2 and up to 150 m2 900 05
Projects of houses and cottages – ARCHIPROEKT.RF
Projects of houses and cottages
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Here you can choose a house project of any complexity and configuration – from a simple one-story cottage to a multi-story mansion with a swimming pool and sauna. We provide both ready-made projects and individual developments according to your requirements. In our catalog you will find projects of houses in different styles – from classic to modern minimalism.
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House design – what should it include?
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Finally, the fourth element is energy efficiency. A good home design should provide high energy efficiency, which in turn will reduce energy costs and provide comfortable living at any time of the year.
It is important to choose a house design that suits your needs and wishes, as well as providing comfortable and safe living. When choosing a house project, pay attention to its layout, engineering systems, safety and strength of structures, as well as energy efficiency. Only then will you get the home of your dreams.
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Small or big house – which project to choose?
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