DIY expert reveals wallpaper hack that will save you tons of time and effort when installing it

WALLPAPERS are back in style as Millenials and Gen-Z decorate their homes however they like.

Well, this man revealed you don't need to remove the electric outlet cover to make the wallpaper look neat.

The content creator and self-taught artist who goes by the name of My Art on social media shared a video where he was seen installing a wallpaper.

When he suddenly reached the electric outlet, he pulled out his trusty pocket knife to cut the wallpaper in a criss-cross motion where the outlet was.

He proceeded to then cut around the edges, using a plank to make sure it was a straight line.

After he was done cutting, a perfect square was left in its place with the outlet peeking through.

Not only can this hack save you tons of time and effort, but you won't have to remove the cover from the electrical outlet to get the job done.

Previously, one savvy renter had shown how to instantly make your home look amazing with some $16 IKEA lights.

Posting on her TikTok channel, a woman who posts under the domain everythingeryn says: "How to make your rented apartment feel expensive using $15 lights."

Easily sticking the IKEA NYMÅNE lights on her wall she hides the cord behind a mirror and reveals how the lights add a touch of brightness and class to the apartment.

The lights have received glowing reviews on the IKEA website, with a 4.8 out of 5-star rating.

One reviewer said: "Really easy to fit, gives a lovely glow to the conservatory. Bought 3 lights for this room & am very pleased with them. Would definitely recommend it."

"Excellent product excellent price looks as good as the expensive ones we had to take down because of a breakage," said another.

The woman's TikTok video has racked up an impressive 4.4 million views and users of the platform have been quick to comment.

"You are amazingly talented, I have used your inspo for half of my house" commented one person.

"I feel like these lights actually bring everything together, so gorg!" said another."

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