Are you on the hunt for a genius decorating hack to save time and money at home? From how to create an Insta-worthy 'sunburst' mirror, to painting a feature wall using masking tape, these ideas on TikTok will provide you with plenty of inspiration.
Feeling creative? Take a look at them below...
1. Geometric feature wall
She used the tape to create different shapes on the wall, then filled them in with various pastel colours and removed the tape once the paint had dried. The result? A scene-stealing feature wall that's easy enough for everyone to try themselves.
Take a look at the video below...
2. Moss terrarium using old candle jar
Instead of throwing away an empty candle jar, why not transform it into a moss terrarium? TikTok user @rinsette rinsed out her jar with boiling water and then filled it with moss and stones, creating a mini indoor terrarium. With over one million views, this viral hack has provided inspiration for plant-lovers around the world.
3. Patterned 'wallpaper' effect using brush strokes
Got some leftover paint? This simple decorating hack uploaded by @tiktokeyedoc shows how using simple paint streaks can create the illusion of wallpaper. All you have to do is paint small brush strokes on your wall until the whole surface has been covered.
It might be timely, but the finished result is certainly worth it. Take a look at the video...
4. 'Sunburst' mirror using bamboo skewers
TikTok user @liz.joseph shared a clever trick for upcycling an old mirror to make it look more expensive. She used bamboo skewers, spray-painted them gold, and then glued them to her old mirror to create a 'sunburst' style.
5. Ikea cabinet bench hack
This Ikea hack, which has gone viral from @thediymommy, might take a little more skill than others but the results are great. She takes Ikea's white fridge cabinets and drills them together to create a welcoming bench in her dining room. A comfortable seating pad completes the look.
6. DIY kitchen stencil floor
TikTok user @homechronicles transformed her kitchen flooring by painting over her existing plain brown tiles with a stencil cut-out. The result was a striking floor that looked like it had been done professionally. Take a look....