Looking for a material you can manipulate in a ton of different ways to add style to your home this weekend? You need only look to concrete, the versatile and modern mixing material that can make anything from bowls, to stools to lights and more. We gathered 15 projects that range from incredibly easy to still very doable but they all have the same end result: A stylish concrete DIY home accessory that will be a great addition to your home!
Pictured above: Love this concrete bowl spotted on A Daily Something.
These little concrete top and copper leg tables could be used in just about any small space and we love how they look as plant stands. Found on Camille Styles.
Those without a clothes closet or the need for some entryway organization will love this sturdy DIY concrete and copper clothes rack. Spotted on Funky Time.
Concrete can just be decorative as seen in this cute letter project found on At Home In Love.
A simple but sweet tiny lamp with a concrete base tutorial found on skona hem.
Whether you need a cup or a planter you can find out how to make this simple DIY on Blah Blah Magazine.
This concrete stool looks like an expensive modern furniture piece but it's actually an easy DIY! HomeMade Modern shows you how.
Not sure if the actual tutorial can be found on Weekday Carnival, but these adorable concrete candle holders are too cute to not share.
Whoa hanging concrete pendant light! Find out how to make this on Instructables.
So elegant. A beautiful and simple concrete cheeseboard can be found on A Daily Something.
Another light with a cute concrete base spotted on look what i made.
More concrete planters, this time with a metallic twist, spotted on A Bubbly Life.
Neat textured, patterned concrete pillar candle holders seen on home story.
Need a paper weight? You might need this concrete cone paper weight spotted on Design and Form.
If you need one paper weight, you could use two. Love this geometric paper weight seen on Design*Sponge.
Do you have a favorite home accessory DIY project that utilizes concrete as its material? Share in the comments below!