This post is for the color shy who are looking for small projects that will help you ease into adding it to your home. And for those who have a lot of color in their home but are always on the lookout for fresh ways to sneak more color in. It's also for anyone looking for a fun and colorful DIY project to work on this weekend! We've gathered eight to choose, from small to big!
Start out small, simple and affordable by using the best color palette: Mother Nature! Learn how to turn miniature gourds into flower vases on Green Wedding Shoes.
These tiny little bowls could be for sea salt or rings, but they could definitely be for adding a potent little spot of color, too. From For the Makers.
A great way to add color to your home is through decorate throw pillows. We love these because thy're not even completely colored — Mamie Boude shows how to dye as much or as little of these pillow covers as you want.
We've showed this DIY project before, because we love it so much! Take a chair or other piece of furniture you don't love anymore and totally transform it with this idea spotted on Dream a Little Bigger. Don't feel like you have to use all those colors, either; you could easily pull this off with a smaller color palette.
No your eyes do not deceive you. This painted fabric curtain project spotted on A Beautiful Mess isn't colorful, just black and white. But the very same method for creating these gorgeous hand-painted dots could totally be done in any color you choose!
Looking for a bigger impact with color? Take a plain rug or some canvas drop cloth and stamp the geometric pattern of your choosing with whatever color you desire! Spotted on Shoes Off Please.
The projects above all lovely but you need way more color? Move on next to this fun hand-painted wall project on Vintage Revivals.
When all else fails, a big splash of color in an unexpected spot, like the inside of a hall closet-turned-office, can be a huge and fun way to sneak color into your home.
How have you used color in your home in a sneaky way?