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DIY Ideas for Home Décor that Personalizes Your Space

DIY Ideas for Home Décor that Personalizes Your Space

Perhaps nothing is more representative of who you are than your home. The paintings you put on the wall, the colors you use, and more all symbolize you and your family’s personality.

As you go on the hunt looking at ideas for home décor in your home, you want to incorporate personal touches wherever possible. As much fun as it is to create idea boards and pin new pictures on Pinterest, you want to create a space that’s uniquely your own.

To help you make the perfect look in your house, here are a few ideas for home décor that you can easily personalize by adding your unique touch.

1. Make A Gallery Wall

Gallery walls are displays of framed pictures, words, or ideas. On your wall you can incorporate images of your family along with quotes that represent your values. Add images of places you’ve traveled to, or where you used to call home. Whatever images you choose, make them personal to you. This way, you’ll have a gallery of your family that can never be replicated.

Spaces by Gastonia Interior Designers & Decorators Emily A. Clark

Spaces by Gastonia Interior Designers & Decorators Emily A. Clark

2. Add The Same Personal Flair To Your Mantle

Your mantle is another space in your home that is easy to make uniquely your own. Find images and objects that represent your family. For example, you might add the flowers you had at your wedding, along with a painting with your wedding vows. Or, you might want to use seasonal pieces that represent the traditions your family enjoys each year.
Traditional Family Room by Bel Air Media & Bloggers Whimages

Traditional Family Room by Bel Air Media & Bloggers Whimages

3. Dig In Your Grandma’s Treasure Chest

Grandparents have some of the best stuff. It’s personal and it adds a spunky vintage touch. Incorporate old plates, vases and pictures into your décor. When your houseguests ask about it, you’ll have a great story to tell.
Beach Style Dining Room by Madison Interior Designers & Decorators Jules Duffy Designs

Beach Style Dining Room by Madison Interior Designers & Decorators Jules Duffy Designs

4. Start Painting Old Furniture

Your personalized touch can extend onto the furniture you have in your home. Turn old tables into masterpieces by painting them with your personal style. Create a unique look by sprucing up old pieces with new colors and stains. By painting your furniture, you make it your own. Even without going overboard, each piece you make becomes unique to your home and can’t be reproduced.
Rustic Powder Room by Portland Interior Designers & Decorators Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

Rustic Powder Room by Portland Interior Designers & Decorators Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

5. Reduce, Reuse, And Recycle

Chances are you have old objects laying around your house gathering dust. Or, perhaps something caught your eye at a local thrift shop that you’re still waiting to find the perfect spot to include it in your home. These items add perfect personalized touches throughout your home. Use old buckets to store bottles of wine. Or, use mason jars as candleholders. Get creative with how you use old objects around the house and your space will come to life with your unique personality.
Eclectic Family Room by Tacoma Interior Designers & Decorators It's The Little Things...

Eclectic Family Room by Tacoma Interior Designers & Decorators It’s The Little Things…

No matter how you upgrade your space, find ways to add personal touches. Take your time making your home your own. Over time, you’ll fill up your walls, shelves, bars, and coffee tables with small accents that bring your home to life.

What’s the one personalized update you’ve made in your home that you love? Tell us in the comments below!

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About Kimberly Crossland

Kimberly Crossland is a guest writer for Bestlaminate's Blog and founder of the GetVailAz.com. She has an unnatural obsession with the power of words, which is really cool because she can speak two languages: English and Danish. Her other job titles include wife and dog-walker.

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