Hey, everyone! I’m really excited to start this weekend off with a master suite project linkup. Every Friday here at Remodelaholic, we take a look at ideas for making our homes comfortable and beautiful that are do-able on any budget. The last Friday of every month is your opportunity to share with all of us what you’ve done in your own home to make it a better place. This month our focus has been on Master Suites, so we welcome you to scroll down and linkup any projects you’ve been working on for your master bedroom or bathroom–especially if you were able to do them without spending a lot.
We’ve spent the last month taking a look at all the fun possibilities for improving the space in our home just for the adults, with a focus on making those improvements without breaking the bank. Just in case you missed them, check out these links for some great inspiration:
Today, before you link up your projects, I want to share some fun DIY projects from around the web that were done just for master suites. These projects aren’t ginormous–most don’t involve knocking down walls or re-routing plumbing. But they prove that even small-scale projects can change the way we live in–and enjoy–our rooms.
Master bathroom closet makeover from Beneath My Heart
Master bedroom vanity table from Tidbits from the Tremaynes
Decorative tile wall art for the master bathroom from House of Smiths
Plates on the nightstand at A House in Holland
$50 Headboard from House Bella
Tone-on-Tone stenciled accent wall at The Happier Homemaker
DIY artwork for the master bathroom from Young House Love
“Vintage” door full length mirror from Soul Style
Time to check out the projects you’ve been working on! Remember, this linkup is here to showcase projects for master suites, which includes master bedrooms, bathrooms, and closets. We’re excited to see every one of your projects, no matter how big or small! Next Friday, we’ll feature some of our favorites.
Click the linky button below to add links here to the master suite projects you’ve blogged about. The linky will be open until Monday night, October 29th. Please include a link back here to Remodelaholic in your post, so that others can join in the fun, too. And if you really want to let your friends in on the fun, click the “pin it” button to create a Pinterest pin back to this linkup, right here:
Featured pictures and Pinterest friendly button in this post from Better Homes & Gardens.