Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Marble is the most glamorous and expensive stone that you can use for the home decor. It gives a really special royal charm to every home interior. The real marble stone is a real beauty which cost a lot of money.

Luckily nowadays there are many cheap ways to create your marble interior in the house with a small amount of money. If you like the marble stone design then you should buy a marble stone designed contact paper and to use your imagination. In this article you will see how you can makeover your home decor on very low budget. Maybe one of our ten ideas will be an inspiration for your next DIY project.

1. Marble Phone Case

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via ambinteriors.blogspot.mk

For the mobile cases lovers this is a perfect idea how to make your mobile case so perfectly unique and different. To DIY this lovely marble mobile case all you will need is marble contact paper, mobile case and scissors. Start by drawing the size of the case on the contact paper, then cut your size with the scissors. Finish by placing the marble contact paper into the mobile case. Just with this few steps you will have your marble designed mobile case. For detailed steps how to DIY this project visit the link above.

2. Marble Coffee table

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via followfashion.nl

You can easily make this lovely marble faux coffee table just by buying an 5 euros ikea coffee table and a marble contact paper. Draw the size of the table top and then cover it with the marble contact paper. Be careful while you will put the paper so no air will get inside so you will avoid the air bubbles. This table will cost you really cheap and will look alike real marble stone coffee table. For a full steps and instructions visit the link above.

3. Marble Lap Top

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via stenmarked.com

This is a very nice idea how to convert your normal personal computer into a unique one for sure. Just by buying a marble contact paper which you can find over the internet you can make you personal computer so uniquely beautiful. Plug the paper over the computer, then cut the edges and in the end cut the logo of your computer and enjoy your marble designed computer.

4. Marble Nail Design

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via makeuptutorials.com

For the nails lovers there is a new fashion trend the marble stone nails design. To DIY this modern nails design all you will need is water, white, grey and black nail polish. Start by painting your nails plain white. The second step is to put water in the bowl and to add from the black, the white and the grey nail polishes and then to mix them with a toothpick. Put your nails inside the water and then carefully take them out and you already will have you marble nails. For a detailed instructions how to DIY the marble nail design visit the link below the photo.

5. Marble Mug

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via thekurtzcorner.com

The water technique is also used technique to create a marble mugs design. The nail polish that you will use for the design depends on which color you would love to pick for your mugs. After you will decide which color will be your marble mug then you should find a few shades of your color and to start your fun time. Add from the nail polishes shades in the water, mix with a toothpick and put the mug inside and carefully take the mug out. The result will be magical and unique for sure.

6. Jewelry HolderTop 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via brit.co

To DIY this amazing jewelry holders all you will need to buy is white and one different color owen bake clay and a gold pen. You should mix both of the clays and to form round circle, then you should cut the edges and to make a plate form. Paint the edges with the gold pen and in the end put the holder in the bake for 25 min. For a full instruction on how to DIY this project visit the link above.

7. Marble Tray

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via penniesforafortune.com

For this project you will need marble tile, 2 cabinet pulls, 4 copper tube caps and krazy or ceramic glue. Start by placing the two cabinet pulls on the marble tile with the glue. You can choose your cabinet pulls in any color which you will like. Then from the other side of the marble tile in the edges you should place the copper tube caps with your glue and in the end just to wait for the tray to dry. In the end you will have your tray ready to use. For more specific details how to DIY this project then visit the link above.

8. Marble Pitcher

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via thesweetestoccasion.com

All you need for this DIY project is plain white pitcher, water, nail polish (on your own choice), bowl and a toothpick. Place the water in the bowl and then add from the nail polish inside the water. Mix nicely with the toothpick. Place the pitcher in the marbled water and take it out really carefully. Wait a few minutes to get dry and your pitcher is ready for use.

9. Marble Clock

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via urbanfoxdiy.com

To DIY this perfect marble clock all you will need is marble contact paper, wooden place mat or cork board, clock hands and mechanism, battery, knife, pencil, drill bits. First make a hole in the center of the place mat, then place the marble contact paper and cut the edges, then put the clock hands and mechanism, place the batteries and your marble clock is already ready for use. For a detailed tutorial visit the link above.

10. Marble Chairs

Top 10 DIY Marble Faux Decorations

Via designsponge.com

If you want to make over your old chair and you also like marble design then this will be amazing inspiration for you. All you will need for this DIY project is your old chairs, marble fabric, glue, soft paintbrush, clear water-based polyurethane, latex outdoor paint for plastic surfaces, scissors, knife.  Cut a square of fabric bigger than the surface you’re planning to cover, place from the glue on the clean old chair and in the time when the glue is still wet place the fabric. Cut the edges of the fabric and then paint the back of the chair with the outdoor painting. After the chair gets dry it is ready for use. For a specific instruction how to DIY this project visit the link above.



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