10 Easy Home Decor Updates Using Fabric Scraps

10 Easy Home Decor Updates Using Fabric Scraps

If you have a pile of fabric scraps sitting in your home somewhere, and you aren’t quite sure what to do with it – We have a great solution. Use those scraps to update your home! Here are some fun and easy scrap fabric projects to inspire you.

1. Simple Wall Art


simple wall art

Use old scraps of fabric, yarn and lace to make your own hanging wall art. (via Melmaria Designs)

2. Fabric Twine Spiral Mat


fabric twine spiral mat

Make a bunch of smaller mats and then join them to make a larger cluster to make a floor mat. It’s so pretty and add a pop of color to any space. (via My Poppet Makes)

3. Scrap Fabric Shade


Scrap Fabric Shade

Create this adorable lampshade with just fabric scraps and a wire lampshade frame. (via PEN, SEB & ROX)

4. “Upholster” a Chair with Fabric


“Upholster” a Chair with Fabric

Make your simple seating looks more stylish, with a quick new cover made of your old sewing scraps. (via Designer Trapped)

5. Braided Fabric Scrap Sign


Braided Fabric Scrap Sign

Use Your fabric scraps to make a cute braided fabric sign. Great piece of art for a gallery wall. (via Average But Inspired)

6. Fabric Panels for Your Bookshelves


Fabric Panels for Your Bookshelves

If You want to hide your disorganized DVD collection, or make that messy bookshelf look more attractive, create these colorful fabric boards. (via Rather Square)

7. Fabric Wallpaper


Fabric Wallpaper

Instead of using plain wallpaper, update your boring blank walls by sticking up a layer of fabric. (via Chaotically Creative)

8. Fabric Covered Flower Pots


fabric covered flower pots

Brighten up plain flower pots with scraps of fabric. (via The Craftinomicon)

9. Scrap Buster Pillow


Scrap Buster Pillow

You can also use your scraps to make a pretty pillow case. (via Cluck Cluck Sew)

10. Update An Old Dresser With Fabric


Update An Old Dresser With Fabric

Transform a piece of furniture with fabric to make it truly one-of-a-kind. (via Confessions of a Serial Diyer)


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