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Bored of trash TV? Try these 6 DIY home decor projects

Pinterest is bursting with some great, DIY home decor projects. Here are some clever ideas to get you started.

Now restrictions are slowly lifting, you may have found yourself with a little creativity boost. Put your newfound energy to good use with these DIY home decor projects from Pinterest.

How to make a chunky knit blanket

Snuggle up on the sofa or add another cozy layer to your bed by making your own fun and fabulous chunky knit blanket.

Add a boho vibe with these macrame coasters

Protect your furniture and add a boho vibe with these crafty little macrame coasters.

Learn how to do the acrylic pour painting technique

Brighten up bare walls with your own masterpiece. Learn how to do the acrylic pour painting technique with these DIY tips.

The many things you can do with rope

There many things you can do with rope, from pots to rugs to photo frames. Pinterest is full of techniques and inspiration.

Create your own doily pendant

Easy to make these fabulous doily pendants look great and create an amazing patterned effect.

Bring in the green with a DIY planter

Bring the green indoors with a DIY planter. Go big or small, grouped or solo, the options are endless.

Make your own bead chandelier

Add glamour and art to any room with your own beaded chandelier.

15 beautiful winter decor inspirations from Pinterest

Winter is just around the corner and with the change in season comes the perfect opportunity to revamp your interiors and outdoor spaces. Beat the chilly temperatures with layering and autumnal tones and create spaces of comfort with cosy nooks and outdoor fireplaces.

We’ve pulled together our favourite cold weather decor looks from Pinterest to inspire you this winter.

1. Outdoor fireplaces

An outdoor fireplace or fire pit is the perfect place to chillout and warm up with friends, family or a good book.

2. Warm tones

Warm up the home with some warm colour tones including reds, yellows, gold, orange and cream. You can either add a small accent such as a throw or cushion, or go large with painting the walls or a new rug.

3. Layers, layers, layers

You can never have too many textured layers when styling your home during the cold seasons. Think faux fur throws, velvet cushions, chunky knits and flannelette sheets.

4. Cosy corners

Everyone needs a cosy nook to remedy the winter blues, ideally somewhere that catches the sun and brightens your mood.

5. Calm colours

Soothing and pure like freshly fallen snow, a winter white colour scheme is timeless and stylish.