Nifty·Posted on 10 Mar 201723 Home Decor DIYs For People Who Are Scared Of Power ToolsLet's raise a glass to really, really strong glue.by Jemima SkelleyBuzzFeed Staff, AustraliaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jemima Skelley / BuzzFeed 1. Add a wooden headboard to your bed without breaking out a drill. overthebigmoon.com The best part is how easy it'll be to move if you rearrange the furniture in your room. Get the tutorial at Over The Big Moon. 2. Hang a perfect gallery wall to show off your favourite photos. prettyprovidence.com Ideal if you're in a rental property but still want to look fancy AF.Get the tutorial at Pretty Providence. 3. Make your own trendy marble and gold side table. sugarandcloth.com Liquid nails is your friend!Get the tutorial at Sugar and Cloth. 4. Introduce a succulent bench into your backyard. akailochiclife.com Just think of all the Instagram opportunities.Get the tutorial at A Kailo Chic Life. 5. Make some floating bookshelves to show off your favourite books or magazines. littlehouseoffour.com You can make it as thick as you need, depending on whether you're filling it with picture books or Harry Potter.Get the tutorial at Little House Of Four. 6. Liven up your living room with an ornamental ladder. akadesign.ca So much better than keeping all your blankets shoved in a basket.Get the tutorial at AKA Design. 7. Or opt for a copper one if it better suits your decor. abeautifulmess.com A good addition to any bathroom that lacks storage. Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess. 8. Create a shelf out of pipes and planks. Francesca Stone / Via ehow.com Best thing is, you can paint it whatever colour you like.Get the tutorial by Francesca Stone at eHow. 9. Light up your shelves with a marquee letter. greylikesnesting.com It'd also make a perfect night light.Get the tutorial at Grey Likes Nesting. 10. Repurpose old tyres for some outdoor footstools. stylemepretty.com They'd look just as good inside as well. Get the tutorial at Style Me Pretty. 11. Create a stylish place to keep all your shoes. kreativk.net No nails required. Get the tutorial at Kreative K. 12. Build a display for your necklaces or other items. minted.com And if gemstones aren't your thing, try antique hooks or small knobs. Get the tutorial at Minted. 13. Spruce up a cheap clock to match the rest of your home. minted.com Because black and white clocks are so boring.Get the tutorial at Minted. 14. Spend an afternoon crafting a wall hanging. thevintagerugshop.com Perfect for that blank stretch of wall you don't know what to do with.Get the tutorial at The Vintage Rug Shop. 15. Turn your own photos into canvas art. housebyhoff.com And then when people ask about it, you can proudly tell them that you took it yourself.Get the tutorial at House By Hoff. 16. Update your boring plain white backsplash. onekingslane.com With washi tape, the possibilities are endless.Get the tutorial at One King's Lane. 17. Make your own luxe zebra "rug". thevintagerugshop.com Get that hunting lodge-chic vibe without actually hunting.Get the tutorial at The Vintage Rug Shop. 18. Embrace minimalism with this cinder-block desk. themerrythought.com The blocks are so sturdy you don't even need glue to keep the tabletop in place.Get the tutorial at The Merry Thought. 19. Really, the humble cinder-block has so many options. thecrazycraftlady.com Bookshelves, bed platforms, planters, benches. You name it, there's a tutorial for it on Pinterest.Get this bookshelf tutorial at The Crazy Craft Lady. 20. Embrace your green thumb with this pallet-turned-planter. upcyclethat.com This DIY needs a staple gun, but they're pretty easy to wield.Get the tutorial at Upcycle That. 21. Spruce up your desk with this chill AF calendar. bricobistro.com The tutorial is in French but a combination of Google Translate and a lot of images makes it easy to understand.Get the tutorial at Brico Bistro. 22. Turn Nespresso pods into teeny-tiny planters. springinfialta.com Yes, the plants are real!Get the tutorial at Spring in Fialta. 23. And spend a rainy day in front of the TV making your own rug. papernstitchblog.com And look how cozy it looks!Get the tutorial at Paper & Stitch.