When planning home decor ideas for your home you need to either go big or go home! Depending on whether you own the property there are some insanely adventurous ways you can style your home! With some interesting and wacky ideas like painting your stairs multi-color, turning your walls into a chalkboard, having colorful mis-matched tiles in your kitchen or even a colorful stripped floor.
These weird home decor ideas are certainly out of the box when it comes to originality and creativity! If you’re the type of person you loves jumping off the edge when it comes to taking risks these weird home decor ideas are for you!
1. Make your stairs pop.
Go to town with every leftover paint color you have.
2. Add GLITTER to your walls.
6. Turn your backsplash into a Disco Ball.
Not only will your kitchen look like itâ€™s ready to party at any given moment, itâ€™s also a great way to bring more light into a small space. Get them here.
7. Replace your grass with creeping thyme.
Itâ€™s easier to take care of and itâ€™s PURPLE. What more reason do you need? Get started here.
8. Paint your radiator and pipes a SUPER bright accent color.
You canâ€™t really hide them, so you might as well run with it. See how they did it here.
10. Make a rainbow stained-glass door.
This one is made from PANTONE samples. See more here.
11. Paint your siding a rainbow hue.
12. Upholster your door.
Add some nailheads to make it really sparkle. See how to do it here.
15. Be honest with your decor.
16. Be really honest.
17. This is a safe space.
20. Make a wine cork wall.
In your kitchen. Or your whole house. This oneâ€™s by Georgeâ€™s Kitchens.
21. Hide yo kids, hide yo bathroom.
JK. But this is a seriously sneaky design that will make you feel like a spy every time you have to pee. This company makes custom shelves that fit inside your door frame. See more here.
22. Use actual pennies as penny tiles to cover furniture.
Spoiler: You get to use a blowtorch.
23. Paint a faux rug on your porch with bright fun colors.
*CHECK FLICKR MAIL FOR PERMISSION*
24. Or make a perma-runner by painting your hardwood.
See how she did this here.