This year has been an amazing one here at Sabrina's Organizing blog. Some of our DIY posts created a few years ago became popular just because of the pandemic. Like our DIY Party Ideas posts, other posts became less popular just because of COVID, understandably. Let's recap our DIY Popular projects for the home and revisit them if you missed any over the year. Let's begin!
Sabrina's Organizing Most Popular DIY Projects for 2020
The fifth DIY popular project was the How to Create a DIY Fabric Room Divider.
This post shares how to make a stiff fabric wall and hang it from drop ceiling hooks. It works great for a room that needs a separate area for an office while working at home. The stiff backing helps keep the fabric stable and allows for a focal point where you can place a desk or side table in front or behind it.
The 4th most popular DIY project was the How to Create a Custom Silverware drawer organizer for the kitchen.
This one shows you how to make a drawer organizer exactly the size of your drawer. And allows for lots of space for silverware and serving utensils. The insert is easily removable to help with clean up. And, if you pick a durable liner, it will last a long time with constant use.
The third most popular post was the Secrets to Making a Great Whiteboard Wall.
This post shows how I transformed one of my office walls into a great whiteboard wall with a peel and stick decal. After using it for a while, it still works, and it helps with brainstorming in my office for future DIY projects and planning.
The second most popular DIY project was the transform a bedroom from carpet to cork flooring post.
This post talks about how we transformed my son's room and walk-in closet with cork flooring. It's a super easy DIY project and helps keep the dust to a minimum. Visit the post and get more information about how we did this.
And, the number one most popular DIY project was our How to Make a DIY Command Station Magnet Board.
This one was an upcycling DIY project. I had a shabby magnet board that didn't work very well as solely a markerboard/magnet board. So this shows how I cleaned the stains off of it and how I repurposed it with 3M Command hooks, calendars, a mail sorter on clearance, and dollar store checklist pads. Feel free to check it out.
Well, there you have it! I hope this post gives you some DIY project ideas for the home! Please leave a comment below on your favorite Do it Yourself post from this year. I would love to hear from you.