You know we’re bringing you a true, top-of-the-line DIY project when the final product looks this good (read: expensive). We have a feeling you won’t have any trouble finding a spot to stick this simple, sweet sisal rope rug in your home.
Saturate your space with personality by using your all-time favorite colors to create this cheery, pompom yarn rug. Not only will you gain major style points, but your fur baby will reap the benefits of your crafter-noon, too!
Tossing your kiddos’ t-shirts can be tough to do. Nostalgia and all, right? Skip the tears and use the cotton tees they’ve outgrown to create this cute, braided rug for their room. (Pro tip: you’re never too old for a craft day. Ask them to help you out!)
More of a minimalist? Recreate this stylish, modern wood slat mat for your front door. We’re obsessed with the clean lines and natural warmth of the cedar slats. Bonus: this DIY looks just as incredible when used as a spa-inspired bathmat, too.
Don’t let the leftover (yet totally divine) upholstery fabric from your dining room project go to waste on the top shelf of your closet. Use the remaining fabric to recreate this easy, elegant upholstery fabric mat, instead.
Think twice before tossing that stained t-shirt, friends! Whip out your scissors and recreate this fun, textured rag rug for your guest bathroom. C’mon, let’s face it — we both know that space could use a little more attention in the decorating department, right?
We’re all about giving friends and family a warm welcome — even if the welcome is a little cheeky. Use a natural texture rug, weather-resistant paint and a stencil of your choice to create a cute greeting for guests.
Fact of life: size matters. Lucky for you, we’re good friends. Cardinal rule of friendship? Good friends do not let good friends commit to a lifetime of too-small and/or too-expensive rugs. You’re better than that, babes! Recreate this DIY runner out of two colorful mats and create a carpet look of your dreams.