Are your weekends spent trolling Pinterest for decorating inspiration? Do the folks at your local home improvement store know you by name? If your motto is "DIY or die," then you won't want to miss these DIY bloggers who are killing it with furniture hacks, wall art on a budget and thrift shop finds.
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She might be an infant and toddler developmental therapist during the day, but blogger Chelsea is passionate about home improvement. With a motto of "Making our home a little less cookie cutter and a lot more us," she is slowly customizing her bright and cheery space. Try her jute-wrapped monogram wreath and get inspired by her home office.
If you're addicted to Pinterest, you've probably seen this rustic DIY love headboard made from salvaged fence boards. Ain't it gorgeous?!? Dana uses her blog House Tweaking to chronicle her latest home decor projects. She recently downsized from a huge builder basic home to a small 1950s ranch, which she is fully renovating. Hop on over to her blog and watch her tear it up!
Dimples and Tangles
Her husband might be the minister in the family, but blogger Jennifer preaches divine design. One peek inside her gorgeous home and you'll be surprised to hear she has no formal design training. Browse through Dimples and Tangles, and you'll be wowed by the transformative powers of paint. A few of my favorite projects include the hand-painted gold accent wall, peacock-blue dresser and gold polka-dot striped niche.
Chris Loves Julia
If you're fans of the uberpopular Young House Love couple, you'll love the latest DIYing couple who are chronicling their home adventures on Chris Loves Julia. Looking for motivation to use dark colors in your space? Their use of dramatic dark colors as seen on their DIY dark wainscoting project and navy blue kitchen cabinets will have you running to the paint store. And, with Julia recently announcing that she's pregnant again, the couple will surely be posting some inspiring nursery ideas soon.
Simplicity in the South
Tricia used her blog to help turn her 1980s into a home more in line with her style of "casual, coastal and vintage-cottage-classic." The vintage industrial bedroom she created for her teenage son is insanely stylish — especially the DIY plank wall. Don't miss her IKEA hacks, like this faux aged steel cabinet inspired by Restoration Hardware.
Our Vintage Home Love
If you've been wanting to start making your own custom furniture, but are afraid of using power tools, just take a look at this barn door master bedroom reveal on Our Vintage Home Love. One peek at blogger Diana's before and after furniture transformations and you'll be running to your nearest thrift store to snag a bargain to hack and make your own.
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