10 Awesome TikTok Home Decor DIYs That Will Transform Your Space

Home decor DIY fever is VERY real... and once you start, there's no stopping it. Now, thanks to TikTok, there are endless ideas out there to try.

You won't be stuck for ideas with these awesome DIY tutorials, and your wallet will certainly thank you with the potential to save hundreds of dollars using the hacks below. Choose from accent walls, pampas grass, chunky blankets, plant hangers - or just do 'em all (no judgment here).

Here are 10 awesome TikTok home decor DIYs that will transform your space...

1. This groovy accent wall

By @shannaneaves

How awesome is this idea? You only need three things - tape, paint, a brush, and voilà! A beautiful accent wall is born!

This tutorial could be adapted for any home color palette whether you have a minimal, neutral, or colorful interior.

2. Concrete table DIY

By @victoria

The use of concrete is such a great addition to any space. The texture and color add a certain edge, and here's how you can create a concrete side table all by yourself!

3. A super simple way to update vases

By @sistersonsocial

Instead of buying new vases to match current trends, this TikToker opted to update her existing ones! So smart, budget friendly, and better for the environment by upcycling.

4. Lovely plant hangers

By @_forthehome

Got a plant obsession? Here's another to add to your list.

TikToker Christine shows how simple, but so cute, homemade plant hangers can be - no need to go out and buy them! Do it yourself.

5. Dream chunky knit blanket

By @ierlynn

If you've seen this style of blanket for sale online, then you know just how expensive they are. DIYing this requires only fluffy yarn - so what are you waiting for?

6. An ombre accent wall

By @jerzey19

A wall worthy of an Elle Decor feature and which actually looks easier than we would've thought... or is that just because TikTok videos are so short? Regardless, we're adding this to our to-do list.

7. Harvest your own pampas grass

By @lizlovery

Pampas grass has been a huge trend over the last two years but, unfortunately, it's not the cheapest home addition. A decent bundle of this dried grass could run you $50 to $150. Thankfully, home decor queen Liz Brown shows step by step how to harvest, dry, fluff, and style your very own pampas grass.

Header image credit: @lizlovery/Instagram

8. Board and batten entryway

By @jessicasaramorris

You would never guess this entryway design was a DIY. It looks so professional and elevated through beautiful styling.

If you're looking for ways to level up your rental, you NEED to follow Jessica for all the inspo and ideas.

9. A serious fireplace upgrade

By @ericakenneydesigns

This transformation is just incredible! It changes the whole space and vibe. Not the easiest on this list, but definitely one of the most dramatic results. Bravo Erica Kenney!

10. DIY kitchen backsplash

By @cindiyang

Last but not least on our list of TikTok home decor DIYs, we have this super clever and easy DIY hack from Cindi Yang.

If you've been contemplating white subway tiles for your kitchen backsplash, this one's for you, and could it could potentially save you hundreds of dollars in materials, outsourcing a contractor, and more.

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