Hello hello, it’s ‘Best of the Blogosphere’ day, yay! I love to share my favorite projects and posts spied around the web every two weeks and Amanda always helps out with a few of her picks too, here’s our roundup, enjoy!
It’s another fantastic stenciled rug project – check out Sarah’s Moroccan style painted rug in fresh blue and white featured on The 36th Avenue, see the full tutorial on Sarah’s blog.
Summer brings out the lemonades stands, this chalkboard and white stand is simple and stunning, made by Jennifer of Dear Lillie. (Psst, she also turned it into this too.)
These twin chairs received a full makeover with paint, including the painted seat cushions (yep!) over at Mia and Jilly.
Speaking of chairs, this is a clever idea to recover an old seat, create a new woven seat cover with a drop cloth with Lilyfield Life.
Mandi created a faux bois pattern for her painted concrete floors. Stop by Vintage Revivals to see the step by step process.
Transform an ordinary hutch and watch your child’s imagination grow with this DIY play market at Kate’s Creative Space. Built for her produce shop loving son, it features custom produce bins made from IKEA storage pieces.
Who needs a fancy storebought tool organizer when you have this creative and practical PVC solution for storing garden tools from Marji from Ashbee Design.
Map a plan for a grid of vegetable garden planting beds with Aimee and family from It’s Overflowing to enjoy summer produce all season long.
Give a plain door the charm of a barn door with the addition of trimmed planks and fresh color by Mimi of Blue Roof Cabin.
Thanks so much as always Amanda for helping me spot a few of these picks from around the web-o-sphere, you can catch up with Amanda at her blog Serenity Now. If you’d like your project or post considered for this series, send it our way to [email protected]
Enjoy the rest of your day!
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