There’s a whole world of decorative materials out there.

But how do you make the most of each?

That’s where our decorator friends at The Wall Street Journal come in.

We’ve been covering home decor trends and advice for years, but we’ve recently started to add our own insights into the DIY decor world.

To celebrate our partnership with WSJ, we’ve compiled a guide to the best of the best, which we’ve rounded up to make your DIY decorating a little easier. 


Wick: The Wick is a simple yet effective way to decorate.

The Wick allows you to use any type of material to decoratively mark a wall or ceiling, or even just to create a beautiful touch.

The adhesive-covered, flexible adhesive is easy to peel off, and can be used to seal any kind of space, whether it’s a closet or a closet door. 


Teal: Teal is a versatile and inexpensive way to add a touch of whimsy to your home. 

The product can be purchased at a number of different retailers, and is an inexpensive way of adding some colour and whimsy without costing a lot of money.

It’s a flexible and flexible adhesive, so it’s easily peeled off, so you can easily make it out of the plastic that comes with the product. 


Fabric Art: If you’re looking to create some fun, colorful touches to your room, Fabrics Art can be an inexpensive and quick way to do it. 

This product is made of a blend of natural fabrics and has a low price tag, so its versatile and versatile.

You can apply it to any surface you choose, and it won’t cause a mess when it dries. 


Ginger: A little goes a long way, so if you’re a fan of gingerbread houses, this product is worth checking out. 

Using a small amount of ginger, this adhesive-based adhesive makes a smooth and beautiful finish to any piece of furniture. 


Earthenware: If the traditional method of putting up a house doesn’t work for you, there are a few different ways you can try something new. 

These options have their pros and cons, and there’s no one perfect way to use them. 


Mink: It’s hard to go wrong with a piece of faux fur, so the Etch a Wok can be a great option for those looking to add the right touch to your kitchen. 


Carpet Art: Whether you’re planning to make a rug, a carpet, or a carpet pad, there’s nothing wrong with having a little fun. 


Lemon: It might not look like much, but this adhesive is a great way to give your furniture a little extra oomph. 

It’s so versatile that you can use it to glue any kind to your walls, or just to mark them.


Strawberry: If that isn’t enough inspiration, you can also add a little romance to your bedroom with a Strawberry Art. 


Baking Soda: The most versatile and economical way to create fun and colourful touches to any home, this baking soda-based paint can also be used as an adhesive to create decorations. 


Sculpture: The perfect way for your home to look different and different looks at the same time, you could use this to decorat any space, from a living room to a kitchen.