Your home is like your private fortress of peace and belonging.The way you live and decorate your house reflects a lot on the kind of person you are. In fact, it’s a display of how you live your life. So, why be lazy in making it look better? If you’re fun-loving and full of life, why should your home be dull, boring and disorganised? Honestly speaking, nobody wants to be taken for a boring lad, and definitely not by his/her house-guests.
So here’s a suggestion. How about you get a little creative with your household and try these simple yet interesting things? They’re sure to make your home just as awesome as you.
2. Instead of using mediocre boring sets of bulbs and tube-lights, go for some mood lighting with fairy lights you only take out on Diwali.
5. Shower curtain hooks can be used to hang backpacks and handbags where ever you want, as per your everyday convenience. Trust me, the walls will look much better.
6. You can make a fancy swing for your house simply by using an old quilt or a bed-sheet. For instance, this is one of the fun ways in which you could ‘hangout’ at your place:
7. If you have a lot of booze bottles lying around, try attaching a bulb to each of these and hang them around the house. You could also use them as vases.
Another interesting way to use them would be like this:
8. Have old Cosco tennis/cricket balls lying around? How about you turn them into adorable little hangers? These are especially useful for hanging car keys and stacking bills.
9. Make stationary holders by gluing old cassettes together.
10.Transform those colourful shoe boxes into cord-organisers for all the tangled cables and wires lying around.
12. Ladies, use your clothes hangers or old badminton/tennis rackets for hanging jewelry. This way your dressing would look impeccable and you’d feel a lot of more organised. Men, you could use them for your valuables such as watches, sunglasses, etc. as well.
14. If you have spare mason jars, use them for gardening. You could also attach them to your bathroom, strategically of course, as easy-to-access grooming products’ containers.