DIY Season is Here: The Best Projects To Do Yourself

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Spring is the start of DIY season. After a long Minnesota winter, it’s natural to start your spring cleaning and start dreaming of home improvements, as well. But don’t forget the low-hanging fruit, the easy-to-do inside projects that can make a quick impact. These are a half-dozen DIY inspirations that you can do right away, or wait until you run into a rainy day.

Paint the Front Door

Like we’ve always suggested, painting your front door and adding a few accessories is one of the fastest changes that can completely transform your curb appeal. And if you want to experiment with something like this yellow, it only takes a little more paint to change it to a less springy color for fall and winter.  Click on this link to see the proper way to paint a door.

Benjamin Moore Yellow Hibiscus 357 | Benjamin Moore

Makeover the Front Porch

A simple porch makeover can create an outdoor hangout for the whole family. Add some pillows, hang some curtains for privacy, throw out a rug, and voila! The perfect place to read a book.

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Create Instant Art

So simple, and so easy. This piece of art is just a canvas with fabric stretched and stapled onto the framework. Save hundreds, and cover up that bare wall with this simple trick!

Credit: Real Simple & Formula Z/S
Credit: Real Simple & Formula Z/S

Paint Your Entryway

Rugs can get messy, and can even become a tripping hazard for children and guests. Try this easy and creative alternative. All you need is a fun color and some painters’ tape. This is perfect for a simple runner, or get creative and use a neat design on your plain floors.

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Make a Bench

We love this simple and fun idea for a homemade bench out of old chairs. Keep them their rustic color or paint them a fun, bold color for a quick pop.

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Credit: Country Living

Don’t Forget the Storage

Spring means more play outside, so create an instant mini mudroom. Add a bench with some storage space, a place for an umbrella, and a coatrack, and it’s the perfect entryway asset for the muddy spring.

Credit: Country Living
Credit: Country Living

There’s plenty of time to dig dirt, pull out ladders, and attack your outdoor projects. But don’t forget the easier-to-do parts of your home. With a little planning, you can get some quick results, before heading to your favorite Hirshfield’s location for more home decorating inspiration.

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