4 Ways to Turn Old Clothes into Decor Pieces
Achieve a personalized space with these fun DIY projects
Cleaning out and organizing your closet can be therapeutic. Once you've removed clothes that don't fit you anymore or pieces that are beyond repair, you'll have plenty of space where you can keep fresh pairs of jeans and new dresses!
But what do you do with your old clothes? If you can no longer donate them, you can turn them into instant accents for your space. Craft decor and accessories that can liven up the living area or lanai. Let these four ideas inspire you:
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Turn an old printed skirt or dress into a pillowcase that you can use in the living area or bedroom, Start by cutting the back and front of the skirt or dress separately before sewing it with a running stitch using a sewing machine.
Accent for the sofa
If you think that your sofa is too plain, you can liven it up by draping a printed scaf on one side. You may also fold is lengthwise then in half before tucking it into the cushions.
Hanging planter holder
You can make use of the vertical space at home by displaying your plants using hanging planters. To make your setup even more unique, you can hang them using old clothes. Start by cutting your fabric in your chosen length and connecting each using knots. Secure each knot so it can hold the planter properly.
Photo from brit.co.
Got a collection of t-shirts with graphic prints? You may frame these to create wall art for your bedroom! Select around five to six colorful and quirky shirts, frame each, then put it on display as part of a gallery wall.
Photo from thenotsoblankcanvas.blogspot.com.
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