Looking for home decor sewing projects for your house interior do-over? If you love the feel of snuggly comfort, you’ll drool over these home decor sewing projects and ideas that will transform your pad into a neat and cozy wonderland!
Home Decor Sewing Projects You Can DIY On A Budget!
I got myself interested in home decor sewing projects while being forced into watching this kid’s program about a huggable dragon and her equally fluffy friends in a cozy wonderland. Of course, the kid inside me imagined a soft and cozy place for a house or at least a room. Since I’m into all things nice, warm, and cozy, I wasted no time looking into amazing home decor sewing projects for my home. Luckily, I’ve come across these amazing home decor sewing projects which I can easily DIY with little to no expense–hello, upcycling and recycling. Help yourself to these neat home decor sewing projects and ideas.
1. Fabric Floor Mat
Who says floor mat needn’t be pretty and stylish? Well, this one will surely rock your floor. Create a comfortable fabric floor mat for your first home decor sewing project. This is ideal for the sink area so you feel comfier standing over your pile you’re washing up!
2. DIY Reversible Table Runner
You can make a table runner home decor sewing project to instantly create two moods in your house! This trick is particularly useful when you need a quick change of linens. Just flip this over, and voila, your dining room table is all dressed up.
3. Reversible Pot Holders
Make your simple table setting implements stylish by adding some flair to it. If you have small scraps of fabric at home, you can make this reversible pot holder decor-worthy with an interesting pattern. And oh, it uses basic quilting design so you can practice your quilting skills too!
4. Reversible Throw Blanket
This grab and go flannel throw blanket project takes only an hour to make! Your family will surely love this, especially during cold days. You can place and use this outside the house too. Throw one over your rocking chair in your patio or bring one during campfires!
5. Reversible Placemats
Match this placemat home decor sewing project with the reversible table runner and pot holder tutorial earlier. You can make a coordinated batch for special occasions or for everyday use. Just thinking about this is making me giddy with excitement!
6. Flutter Curtains
Among all the home decor sewing projects listed here, this one is the easiest, but it needs a lot of patience. All you need is a simple white curtain, but the circles are individually hand sewn. Though I wouldn’t mind doing this because the end result is an ethereal flutter curtain!
7. Cirrus Duvet
Who doesn’t want to lie down on a fluffy bed like this with a cirrus duvet? As its name implies, lying on it gives you the illusion of sleeping on Cloud 9! Pair this with the flutter curtains and you’ll never want to quit your room for anything. Make a cirrus duvet for yourself now!
8. Curtains Made From Vintage Scarves
This practically free boho chic window treatment idea is perfect for sewing beginners. Just grab your old scarves and sew them together with a straight stitch to make this pretty colorful vintage scarf curtain. You can use a sewing machine or hand stitch with your favorite stitch.
9. Square Fabric Pouf Ottoman
Buying a fabric pouf ottoman can be quite expensive, so why not make the home decor sewing project yourself? This is a welcome spot to rest your aching and tired feet at the end of the day. Follow this IKEA hack to make your own DIY pouf and this might just be the start of more.
10. Envelope Pillow
Make your own cozy and snuggly envelope throw pillow cover in under 10 minutes by following these simple steps! Do not limit yourself, instead take this as an inspiration for more. Embellish your pillows accordingly, like adding pompoms as trimmings. Be creative!
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11. Spring-form Bucket
12. Cute Plushies
The Little Love Bunny Softie home decor sewing project adds a touch of cuteness to your home. Try the basic design first and then let your imagination run wild.
13. Fabric Bins
What could be more awesome than a functional home decor? These fabric bins let you organize your stuff in your living room, bedroom, or even kitchen. This is also one way of doing a home makeover without spending so much. You can sew a quilt version from your fabric scraps.
14. Wall Decor Hoops
This wall decor is also one of my favorites. You can simply redecorate your walls using different fabrics to celebrate the occasion like Thanksgiving, Christmas, 4th of July, and so on. Be creative! You can get fabrics with great designs and just recycle your embroidery frames.
15. One-Trip-Up the Stairs Basket
Another favorite home decor is this one-trip-up-the-stairs basket. Who wouldn’t fall in love with this practical cutie? Keeping our home spic and span seems to be an endless task, and this basket will help you become fashionably organized while tidying up!
16. Fall Pumpkin Trio
I’m just loving this adorable pumpkin trio for my fall home decor, but then, they can be my home decor any season of the year. You can use any of your favorite fabric, but I’ll take this suggestion, especially the color tones, for my own.
17. Reading Pillow Sewing Tutorial
I can imagine this reading pillow gracing the seats of my porch swing. This home decor sewing project isn’t just lovely, it’s pretty practical too. They sure are perfect for a bookworm who happens to love sewing like me.
18. Delicious Donut Pillow Tutorial
This would probably make my little ones a little too over excited, but my living room sure could use some interesting and adorable donut pillows. I imagine them to be perfect for my summer living room decor–they look like pretty little floaters, you know.
19. Flower Pot Cozy
This should be a great and ingenious idea to bring those old jeans back to life. This is why I never throw away my old jeans and those little denim cuttings no matter what! You never know when great home decor ideas for fabrics will come up such, as this one.
Got room for more? Make this reversible table runner and placemat with this video on how-to:
Now, wasn’t that a great roundup of home decor sewing projects, don’t you agree? I love how each project is versatile. If I use one textile pattern or color, I can even create a unified look for my home. I’m positive these home decor sewing projects will make any home more welcoming and warm!
What do you think of these home decor sewing projects? Let us know in the comments section below!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on November 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.