If you need an easy way to hang a curtain rod, use Command hooks.
So smart if you live in a rental or are just plain too lazy to drill a goddamn hole in the wall.
Repurpose your old rhinestone necklaces to make curtain tiebacks for a bohemian-inspired home.
It’s like a chandelier for your curtains!
Easily switch out seasonal plants by placing your potted plants IN pots.
So obvious it hurts your brain that you didn’t think of it first.
If you have an exposed closet or clothing rack, use colored tape to prettify your hangers.
Imagine a brightly-colored sundress hanging off that striped one and you will be reminded that this is totally worth the effort.
Use a hollowed out book to hide an unsightly router.
If you’re averse to the idea of desecrating books for the sake of home decor, try using a binder or a pretty photo album instead.
Use a sharpie and draw a design on a light bulb to cast a neat shadow when the light is turned on.
Use an upside down Command hook on the backside of a door to hang a wreath.
Jute rope is a cheap way to add a rustic/nautical touch to any window dressing.
Bonus points if you incorporate a sailor’s knot.
Cut an inexpensive duvet cover in half to make curtains — the fabric will be doubled, creating its own “lining.”
If you’re looking for a subtle pop of color, paint the sides of your door.
A nice little compromise when you want to paint a room hot pink but your housemate doesn’t.