8 DIY Floor and Rug Tutorials
Can you believe that it’s already the beginning of SUMMER?!? Time has just flown. We are loving our garden and are so excited for all the plans we have for projects and playing in the beautiful weather. I hope you have plenty of plans, too!
Thanks for joining us here at the party again this week. We have some great DIY floor and rug tutorials for you today, from readers like you — check out all of the projects and tutorials at last week’s party and then link up your home projects and DIYs below! This week in particular, we want to see your playrooms. Whether your kids are big or little, let us know how you create a space just for them (or maybe for you 😉
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There’s more than one way to paint a rug! (Remember how I painted an accent color on a purchased rug that didn’t quite fit my color scheme?) Bean in Love created a custom stamp and then stamped her rug…
… and Rappsody in Rooms pulled out the big guns (meaning the paint sprayer) to give her indoor-outdoor rug a fresh look.
Or you can use some painter’s tape to create your own stencil for a personalized doormat like For My Love Of.
For an inexpensive custom rug, follow the instructions from Sunnyside Up-Stairs to use a canvas dropcloth to create a painted floorcloth!
Stencil your cement floor with these instructions by Sunnyside Up-Stairs.
or take your concrete patio to a new level by staining it like Exquisitely Unremarkable did.
Sick of the carpet? Rip it up and paint the subfloor! How-to and tips from MyLove2Create.
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Remember, you can link up to 3 home posts/projects of any kind to be featured, but we are also looking for projects following a weekly theme to include in an upcoming weekend Top Ten post. This week’s theme is: playrooms.
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