Hello everyone! Wow, it’s amazing what a few days off can do! I’m feeling refreshed after a few days away, and whenever I take time off I always return full of new ideas. This week is shaping up to be a great one, I’m working on a dresser makeover with a feature coming in a few days.
Every two weeks, I roundup my favorite DIY projects from across the blogosphere with help from Amanda so let’s start this week with another ‘Best of the Blogosphere’ post and a group of inspiring spaces and ideas you’ll want to read all about!
Ocean hues and a pop of yellow combine in Kristen’s master bedroom makeover.
Learn how to make your own Swedish Mora clock with a detailed how-to over at Remodelaholic.
Layer maps on a wall (or in this case a hallway) with a tips found at The Inspired Room.
So many of us have revamped old chairs with paint and fabric but here’s a new twist – turn dining chairs into a bench with a tutorial found at This Old House.
Visit Kicsi Haz to see how two IKEA Rast pieces were combined to form a custom dresser.
If you think you’ve seen everything made with a pallet, think again. Here’s one reinvented as an outdoor wine rack by Paula at Virginia Sweet Pea.
Add Greek key inspired ribbon detail to plain window panels (no sewing!) following Kelly’s step by step at View Along the Way.
Embellish your table runner with a pretty macramé fringe detail with Driven by Decor.
Here’s a charming idea for Father’s Day, buy your big guy a fancy tie but make sure you grab two so you can make a bow tie version for the little one with a tutorial by How Does She.
Amanda contributes to this series with a few of her favorite finds, catch up with Amanda at her blog Serenity Now. Send your latest project or post for consideration for a feature to [email protected].