Your home is a space that is uniquely your own, so why would you want it to look like someone else's? When it comes to home decor, customization allows you to show off your one-of-a-kind personality. If your home is in need of some unique flair, take a look at these out-of-the-box ways to decorate:
- Innovative seating: "Old metal and wood theater chairs that come in rows can make a fun alternative to a bench seat at the dining table," suggests Houzz.com contributor Laura Gaskill. "And because the seats fold up, you could also keep them propped against a blank wall, at the ready for extra guests." The same is true for old seats from a baseball park or football stadium.
- Original lighting: With a little creativity a DIY skills, you can transform an old gum ball machine into a stylish lamp! Simply use a lamp wiring kit from the hardware store and a store-bought shade. Your kids will get a kick out of his decor.
- Unique entertainment center: Are you looking for ways to cover your flat-screen TV when you're not using it? Although standard entertainment centers will do the trick, sometimes these items are too bulky. Instead, you can use a large school map as an inventive covering in your living room. This object doubles as wall art, can be found at a local yard sale or thrift shop and likely comes with an inexpensive price tag.
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