Inside a home’s interior, you can usually find a few items that make it look new again.
But there are also things that will keep it from feeling like a home at all.
Here are 11 simple DIY projects that can turn your old-school home into an attractive, modern place to live.1.
The original door.
This project is actually a bit of a classic.
In the 1920s, this door from an Italian restaurant was placed in the middle of a room and it would stay there, with its wooden frame, for more than 70 years.
To recreate the original design, this DIY project uses a metal bar to hold the door frame together.
The second-generation version of the door, which features a steel frame and more traditional door handles, is currently on display in the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City.2.
A door with a mirror.
This door has a few tricks up its sleeve.
First, it’s a mirror that is attached to a door frame.
Second, it has a metal door handle that you can attach to a wall.
Third, there are decorative doors in the door that have mirrors.
These mirrors make the interior feel more like an old-fashioned home.3.
A mirror on a wall that has a window.
This mirrors are great for hanging up windows or window treatments.
The mirror on the wall in the photo below is mounted on the door to give the look of a door that’s been left open and is waiting to be painted.4.
A window with a curtain.
You can get creative with this one, adding a curtain or a wall mirror to the top of a wall or in a window in the kitchen.5.
A kitchen counter that has the door handle on the outside.
A counter that looks like a countertop with a handle on it is a great way to make the kitchen feel more modern and cozy.6.
A wooden shelf with the handle on top.
A nice wooden shelf makes the interior look more like a living room than an old office.
This kitchen shelf can be hung from a wall in a corner or from the ceiling, so it will feel like a modern-day kitchen.7.
A glass shelf with a decorative handle on its front.
You may think that the shelf would look great on the countertop of a dining room table, but this shelf is also great for adding a touch of modernity to the space.8.
A light fixture in the corner.
This light fixture is great for light fixtures that are attached to walls.9.
A wall-mounted lamp that will be hung over a window that is facing the front of the house.
You’ll be able to see the room from this window.10.
A vintage doorbell.
If you can get your hands on an old doorbell that has been mounted to the front, it will give the interior a modern look.
You don’t have to worry about turning the bell into a noisy alarm.11.
A lamp that can be attached to the side of the front door.
If the lamp looks good in the center, it’ll work well in the rear.12.
A sliding glass door that is hung on a chain.
A combination of an old fashioned door and a sliding glass wall that is hanging over the door will create a cozy, contemporary look.13.
A wood shelf with an antique handle on one side.
You might think that this wood shelf would be great for storing items in the basement, but you can easily store them in the front room of the home.14.
A fireplace that has decorative handles.
This fireplace is hanging from the side wall of the room that is going to become the kitchen, but it’s great to hang on a table or a shelf for hanging the fire.15.
A shelf that will fit into the wall.
This shelf is great if you want to hang furniture or wall decorations, but can also be hung up on a shelf or table.