Nifty·Posted on May 30, 201533 DIYs For The Classiest Person You KnowExpensive taste on a DIY budget.by Mallory McInnisBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Turn a mirror into a giant gemstone. abeautifulmess.com Shine bright like a diamond when you check to see if you've got something stuck in your teeth.Full tutorial at A Beautiful Mess. 2. Form some plant pockets to hang on your wall. designlovefest.com These are made using Crayola air-dry clay — the kind you find in the kids art supply section!Full tutorial at Designlovefest. 3. Stitch a table runner into a lumbar pillow. francoisetmoi.com You can always find table runners for sale at places like Target (because — let's be real — most people don't use them) and pillows are among easiest things to sew.Full tutorial at Francois et Moi. 4. Turn some copper pipe into a geometric side table. brittanymakes.com When you're done, you could make a matching pendant light.Full tutorial at Brittany Makes. 5. Make a "rose gold" mousepad for your office. earnesthomeco.com Your desk will be at least 4x more fancy.Full tutorial at Earnest Home Co. 6. Decorate a tray with Matisse-inspired foliage. hellolidy.com You'll feel very smug when people ask you if you bought it at the MoMA gift shop.Full tutorial at Hello Lidy. 7. Not a fan of modern art? Cover a tray with polka dots instead. sarahhearts.com You don't want pink spots on your face, but on a tray? Definitely.Full tutorial at Sarah Hearts. 8. Dip-dye some boring napkins. blog.erikarax.com Full tutorial at Erika Rax. 9. Or outfit them with golden scalloped edges. sarahhearts.com Use leather (or pleather) for scallops to avoid fraying.Full tutorial at Sarah Hearts. 10. Roll up your napkins using these DIY faux ceramic rings. almostmakesperfect.com You probably don't have a kiln at your house, but there's a *pretty* good chance you have an oven: These are made using polymer clay.Full tutorial at Almost Makes Perfect. 11. Upgrade an Ikea PS 2014 plant stand with wooden trays. sugarandcloth.com Quite the improvement.Full tutorial at Sugar & Cloth. 12. Outfit your porch (or even your living room) with a DIY hanging lounge chair. themerrythought.com Swinging shouldn't be solely confined to outdoor spaces.Full tutorial at The Merry Thought. 13. Make some airy planters for your air plants. homeyohmy.com This project is great for people who aren't very crafty *or* very good at keeping plants alive: The planters are easy to make and air plants are easy to care for.Full tutorial at Homey Oh My. 14. Paint watercolor designs onto inexpensive white plates. sugarandcharm.com Just be sure that the paint you choose is food and oven safe (like this kind is).Full tutorial at Sugar and Charm. 15. Or watercolor a clock instead. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This color scheme looks a bit like a sunset.Full tutorial at Makers Society. 16. Assemble a hexagon dining table. hellolidy.com Square and circle tables are *over*.Full tutorial at Hello Lidy. 17. Keep the hexagon theme going with this DIY vanity tray. sugarandcloth.com A stylish way to stay organized.Full tutorial at Sugar & Cloth. 18. Put your rock collection to good use as knobs for decorative boxes. homeyohmy.com Any knickknack would be honored to be stored in these. Full tutorial at Homey Oh My. 19. Make a marbled box that will be perfect for storing your jewelry collection in. annabode.com If you're *really* crazy about the marbled look, cover the outside of the box as well.Full tutorial at Annabode. 20. Brighten up a room with this DIY copper and wood hanging light. vintagerevivals.com Beautiful lighting is expensive, but copper and wood pieces you can find at any hardware store are not. Get crafty.Full tutorial at Vintage Revivals. 21. Give some plain bowls an Anthropologie-style makeover. thelovelydrawer.com No one will know that you actually got them at the dollar store.Full tutorial at The Lovely Drawer. 22. Construct a pegboard to keep your entryway organized. themerrythought.com Just add more pegs as needed.Full tutorial at The Merry Thought. 23. Whip up some elegant salt and pepper shakers using contact paper. brit.co In five minutes you'll be ready to season your dinner with style.Full tutorial at Brit + Co. 24. Turn an empty wall into an art gallery with framed marbleized artwork. abeautifulmess.com Here are some helpful hints for hanging a gallery wall.Full tutorial at A Beautiful Mess. 25. Display your plant collection (or *any* collection) on DIY copper shelves. vintagerevivals.com If you can't find copper sheeting at any of your local home improvement stores, check out this website.Full tutorial at Vintage Revivals. 26. Use a pencil eraser to create polka dots on your pillowcases. creaturecomfortsblog.com Yes, a pencil eraser! It's the perfect stamping device.Full tutorial at Creature Comforts. 27. Transform a basic chest of drawers into antique-style multidrawer map cabinets. thepaintedhive.net Because — let's face it — map drawers like this are never going to show up at your local thrift store.Full tutorial at The Painted Hive. 28. Build a table with a secret compartment. sugarandcloth.com Perfect for storing magazines, remote controls, or candy. Yeah, probably candy. Full tutorial at Sugar & Cloth. 29. Give your wall-mount sink an elegant upgrade with gold legs. lovelyindeed.com After adding the legs, simply paint your other hardware to match.Full tutorial at Lovely Indeed. 30. Turn a plain basket into a picnic basket you'll use all summer. lovelyindeed.com Al fresco dining in style. Full tutorial at Lovely Indeed. 31. Whip up a rope coil basket to store your stuff in. aliceandlois.com No sewing required!Full tutorial at Alice & Lois. 32. Assemble a skyscraper of a planter using wooden dowels. monsterscircus.com Nice legs.Full tutorial at Monsterscircus. 33. Cover a pillow with golden brush strokes. designlovefest.com It's always fun to add the Midas touch to your decor.Full tutorial at Designlovefest.