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15 Summer Vibe Room Decor

Bring a piece of summer into your room with these fun DIY projects.
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  1. Citrus Fruit Serving Trays

These trays add the right fruit punch to your table, perfect to pair with summery drinks or display with other knick knacks.

  1. Shelled Mirror

Give your mirror a nautical makeover with hot glued shells on the frame, not ready to commit to a full length mirror? Why not start with your desk or hand held mirror first.

  1. Rainbow Phone Holder

Watch this video to create a cute rainbow charging station; your room could use some vibrant hues.

  1. Fruit Salad Mobile

Use styrofoam or cardboard to make slices of fruit to hang on two sticks for your very own fruit-inspired mobile.

  1. Floating Glitter Tumbler

Stay hydrated this summer with a glittery tumbler that also adds that much needed sparkle in your room. Check how you can make an ordinary tumbler extra shiny.

  1. Wire Photo Stand

Try this interesting way to display your memorable travel pics by wrapping wire around crystals or shells to use as weight and décor.

  1. Trinket Dish

If you can get your hands on molding clay, it'd be great fun to make your own dish and paint your own design too. Think quotes, pastels and everything you love about this season.

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  1. Kitty Planter

Do the Earth some good and recycle a soft drink plastic bottle by turning into this cute kitty planter, not summery enough for you? Change the color or go creative with a new design.

  1. Gold Lips Mouse Pad

This lip mouse pad calls to your beauty lover side; its gold hue really adds a pop to a plain desk.

  1. Faux Pebble Succulents

Add a touch of green to your room without committing to a succulent you need to take care of especially when you're always away. These painted pebbles will do the trick.

  1. Nautical Mason Jars

Paint mason jars in striped pastel colors and add a shell to the center to tie in the whole beach theme. Use them to store pens, art materials or flowers.

  1. Light Bulb Aquarium

Create a water terrarium in an empty light bulb. Use sand, shells or small toys to create a mini beach.

  1. Circular Wall Tapestry

A bare wall is a great canvas to express your creativity. This project is easy to accomplish and fun to experiment with colors.

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  1. Ombre Dried FlowerWall

How nice it would be to wake up with flowers surrounding you. You can do something similar by hanging flowers to your wall and letting them dry, this post talks in depth about how to dry them properly.

  1. Pompom Tassel Door Hanger

Something small can really go a long way in terms of decor; this simple doorknob tassel can do bring a bit of fun with the combination of colors.

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