Redo Your Room In One Weekend
I am not very creative. I do have a sense of style but I know there are a lot of areas I could use help with. I love spending time on Pinterest looking at DIY projects people create for their homes and other spaces. I am a member of Z-Blog Squad and I received Redo Your Room: 50 Bedroom DIYs You Can Do In A Weekend in our April shipment. Any opinions expressed are my own.
Title: Redo Your Room: 50 Bedroom DIYs You Can Do In A Weekend
Author: Editors of Faithgirlz! and Girls’ Life Magazine
Genre: DIY, Decor
About the Book:
Whether you’re looking for an all-out room redo or a few new tricks to brighten up your space, Faithgirlz! has tons easy how-tos and quick DIYs that’ll morph your room into a true expression of y-o-u. Give your walls a burst of color (even without a bucket of paint!) and turn your fave pics and keepsakes into inspiring art. These floor-to-ceiling secrets help nix those piles of clothes decorating your space in favor of awesome add-ons, like mini murals and a magical ribbon chandelier (psst: we won’t tell anyone it took you a half hour to whip up).
Redo Your Room is packed with cute and crafty ways to add pop to your domain. You’ll learn how to make even the tiniest spaces into pretty places to sleep ‘n’ study, and clever ways to keep it all looking adorable. And the best part? You can make over your bedroom without going broke.
Sometimes all you need is a little inspiration to help you along the way. I usually have all these amazing ideas and then I can never figure out where to start. With Redo Your Room you have 5o amazing ideas to help you create a bedroom that rocks and shows off your style. This book is for girl rooms but there are some great ideas you can switch around the fabric and colors and come up with creative ideas for boys as well. I love the little projects outlined in Redo Your Room like adding decorated Duck Tape to your cords so they match your room decor. Now you don’t have to look at the same ugly cords.
Another favorite of mines in the book is the use of fabric to upcycle and bring life to simple things like a basic headboard or a clipboard. Most importantly for me is that a lot of the ideas in this book isn’t expensive. It’s affordable to create an incredible living space that will receive lots of compliments and not break the bank at all. The book takes items like jewelry, small pieces of fabric, wasabi tape and Post-It notes to add character to regular boring items like lamps and furniture. If your daughter is younger you may have to help her with most of the projects in this book but if you have a teen they could do most of these on their own or with friends.