Yesterday was so much fun! We had a blast at a local Wine Country event and then attended a throwback 80s party later in the day, complete with a DJ playing classic tunes, a favorite film from the decade, and everyone wearing their college alma mater singing old school songs, good times!
It’s ‘Best of the Blogosphere’ day, and like always Amanda and I round up our favorite picks we’ve spied out in blogland. Enjoy these gorgeous spaces and inspiring projects we’ve collected over the past two weeks.
There’s a new gray and white bathroom over at 4Men1Lady and its remodel includes some clever concealed cabinets and a step stool too.
We’re crazy about this stylish gray plus green teen boy’s room over at Simple Details.
Holly Mathis kitchen shines with new upgrades and a sophisticated neutral palette.
Sheet metal, a farmhouse table, and a few power tools combine to make this incredible zinc tabletop over at Van Hook and Co.
Make this West Elm inspired headboard with… you’ll never guess … rubber doormats! Tutorial by Kara Pasley.
Did you know you that stencils are not just for paint? They’re for stain too! The Ambitious Procrastinator shares her tricks with this stenciled dresser.
Ana White’s new book will be available soon and The Handmade Home constructed a beautiful hutch for the publication. Reserve your copy today!
This is one impressive fireplace makeover! Yet another magical transformation by The Lettered Cottage.
Don’t replace it, instead paint your fan so it blends with the ceiling! Via Pretty Handy Girl.
Don’t we all want to hang out in an indoor hammock like this one featured at Cakies?
Inspired by a high end version, Nikki turned a tire into a rope ottoman.
Ashli from Mini Manor built a clever DIY hose storage rack for less than $20.
Dabney at Apartment Therapy actually lived an experience on my bucket list, buying a Kilim rug in Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar.
I’m always so impressed by the ingenuity and creativity out there in the blogosphere! Thanks Amanda as always for helping me scout some of these picks, you can catch up with Amanda at her blog Serenity Now. If you’d like your space, project, or post considered for this series, send it our way to [email protected].
Enjoy your Sunday!