DIY projects that will transform your study/work spaceLast updated on May 05, 2020, 12:28 am
No one wants a boring and dull study space.
The problem is that home decor items mostly cost way more than what our pocket allows.
However, don't worry, you can bring life back to your banal space and transform it completely using simple DIY projects.
Add character to your study space by spending wisely and acting smart.
Here are some DIY project ideas.
A guitar showpiece
If you have an unused guitar at home, this DIY project is perfect for you.
Remove all its strings and cover the neck of the guitar with masking tape.
Spray paint the entire guitar twice, and let it dry. Stick decorative mirrors around the hole of the sound box.
Put fairy lights in the sound box and hang the guitar on the wall.
A pin up board
To install a DIY bulletin board in your study room, you will need an MDF board, foam insulation panels and a sturdy cloth.
Paste the foam panels to the top of the MDF sheet, then lay the cloth open.
With the back of the MDF sheet on top, staple the cloth onto it.
Pin up your photos and notes on it.
Take a large canvas.
Stick masking tape along its borders and splash different colors on the canvas, one by one.
Once the paint dries out, write your favorite quote on it in a stylish font, spray transparent enamel and then remove the masking tape.
Lastly, hang it on a wall near your study table and cherish the artist in you.
Deal with your messy study table problem right away by making a utility organizer.
Take 3-4 small cardboard boxes of same size, and stick them together side by side.
Paint 2-3 coats of white paint on them, and then wrap ropes around the boxes.
Decorate it nicely and place on your study table.
Use it to keep your stationery and other items well organized.
This one is super easy and cool.
All you need is a small cardboard piece, 2 iron brackets, screws and a drill machine.
Marking the average length of a book, carefully drill holes in the wall. Position the brackets and secure with screws.
Now, take the cardboard and place it on the brackets.
Your book shelf is ready, it can easily hold 5-6 books.