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Household hacks to make your house a home shared on Diply

 

 

Thrifty homeowners have shared the simple but clever ways they have made their house look instantly tidier on a budget.

Taking to viral site Diply, DIY experts from around the world posted the creative touches they added to their living spaces to give smallest of details a personal twist.

One blogger transformed her unsightly internet router into a stylish bookcase, while one contributor made a phone charging station from a hanging basket.

Meanwhile, a thrifty plant lover revealed how to keep rebellious flowers in place by placing a fruit net over the vase, and a mother-daughter duo showed how they stencilled faux tiles onto a black floor.

Crafty interior lovers have gone online to share how they have made their house more homely on a budget, including site Sewing Barefoot, who shared a snap of their homemade storage box fronted by the books of hard back books to hide their messy internet router in (pictured)

In another crafty household tip shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women, home site Hometalk suggested hanging a caddy near a power socket and creating a tidy 'charging station for phones. You can even hang it from an extendable pole and add hanging baskets

In another crafty household tip shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women, home site Hometalk suggested hanging a caddy near a power socket and creating a tidy ‘charging station for phones. You can even hang it from an extendable pole and add hanging baskets

Injecting a statement wall will spice up any household, and site The Lil House That Could proved you could create your own polka dots with paint, an old laundry basket and tape, in another crafty household tip shared by thrifty craftsmen and women

Injecting a statement wall will spice up any household, and site The Lil House That Could proved you could create your own polka dots with paint, an old laundry basket and tape, in another crafty household tip shared by thrifty craftsmen and women

In another crafty household tip shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women, blogger Home is Where The Boat is revealed simply by using the netting from your fruit over a mason jar you can ensure your flower stay perfectly in place

In another crafty household tip shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women, blogger Home is Where The Boat is revealed simply by using the netting from your fruit over a mason jar you can ensure your flower stay perfectly in place

Blogger Rachel Tallbott showed how you can place a pot of flowers inside an old paint can for a rustic look and attach it to your balcony wall, in another crafty household tip shared by thrifty craftsmen and women

Blogger Rachel Tallbott showed how you can place a pot of flowers inside an old paint can for a rustic look and attach it to your balcony wall, in another crafty household tip shared by thrifty craftsmen and women

For those who like to stand out, blogger Nava Rose showed how you can create a personalised tissue box by simply sticking bits of broken mirror onto a box, in crafty household tips shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women

For those who like to stand out, blogger Nava Rose showed how you can create a personalised tissue box by simply sticking bits of broken mirror onto a box, in crafty household tips shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women

In a further crafty household tips shared by thrifty craftsmen and women, blogger The DIY Mummy demonstrated how she created faux tiles by painting over a stencil on a black floor, making for a convincing effect

In a further crafty household tips shared by thrifty craftsmen and women, blogger The DIY Mummy demonstrated how she created faux tiles by painting over a stencil on a black floor, making for a convincing effect

Meanwhile blogger Pink Cloud created a personalised rest for hot pans by securing felt to a cork mat and gluing on flat pebbles, in crafty household tips shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women

Meanwhile blogger Pink Cloud created a personalised rest for hot pans by securing felt to a cork mat and gluing on flat pebbles, in crafty household tips shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women

In another crafty household tip shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women, website Hometalk demonstrated that by spreading premixed tile adhesive to the desired area above a sink and securing pebbles to it before grouting it, he had the perfect personalised backsplash

In another crafty household tip shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women, website Hometalk demonstrated that by spreading premixed tile adhesive to the desired area above a sink and securing pebbles to it before grouting it, he had the perfect personalised backsplash

In crafty household tips shared by thrifty craftsmen and women, Dazzle Designs by Denise showed how you can spice up a boring mirror with just 6 bags of clear acrylic gems, 2 packs of craft sticks, 3 sets of beads and hot glue

In crafty household tips shared by thrifty craftsmen and women, Dazzle Designs by Denise showed how you can spice up a boring mirror with just 6 bags of clear acrylic gems, 2 packs of craft sticks, 3 sets of beads and hot glue

Interiors bloggers Jill Ruth and Co proved you can work with things you already have by using an empty picture frame for messages or shopping lists,in another crafty household tip shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women

Interiors bloggers Jill Ruth and Co proved you can work with things you already have by using an empty picture frame for messages or shopping lists,in another crafty household tip shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women

In crafty household tips shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women, blogger Ella Darby used stick-on wallpaper with a marble effect on her desk for an immediately more expensive feel

In crafty household tips shared to Diply by thrifty craftsmen and women, blogger Ella Darby used stick-on wallpaper with a marble effect on her desk for an immediately more expensive feel

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