DIY Geometric Display Shelves + An Easy DIY Floating Rope Shelf
We hope that you have a very wonderful day! We are grateful for you, and for your passion for DIY projects that we share! We love having you follow along to see our favorite projects, and we love when you send us yours! Stay safe this holiday weekend and enjoy the time with the special ones in your life!
Recently we shared The Quickest and Easiest Way to Hang Shelves and Hooks for a Family Organization Center. We loved the ease of creating this look and the finished product! You can hang these floating shelves anywhere you have drywall, and it will take you minutes! Check out our post to see the steps it took to hang these!
We just created two of these gorgeous Easy DIY Floating Rope Shelf. We created ours about half the size and added them to our sitting room! They have a very modern look, and we have gotten so many compliments! Check out the tutorial and learn how you can make one yourself!
We love these popular geometric display shelves and we have all the tutorials for you to make your own! They add so much character and style to any room they are in. I love adding a simple succulent plus a small printable. I don’t think you can go wrong with these. Check out our favorite looks and click through to get the DIY Geometric Display Shelves tutorials!
We love the look of these DIY Wall Shelf + Reverse IKEA EKBY Lerberg Bracket Hack by Corinna at For My Love Of! They fit perfectly into a rustic/modern/boho look and are simple to create. Check out the full look by clicking the picture below!
Featured Facebook Fans: Marianne’s Makeover
Marianne was struggling with finding the right layout for her living room. She wanted to keep her printer’s desk, but needed another desk for her computer. So she turned to all of you Remodelaholics for advice! We love the Remodelaholic community! You are a creative and talented group of people and give great advice! This is Marianne’s new gorgeous layout. She said,
“I got so many great suggestions, and it really helped me focus and not get overwhelmed! I started by adding an accent chair. I wanted to see how much it would fill the space before I got a desk… Then I ordered a desk/table (World Market). I took everyone’s advice and moved the printers desk to the center of the wall. I changed the art to something more architectural and less color… I bought empty frames and had some architectural images printed. (Originally, I planned on hanging them vertical, but the frames looked so good horizontal, I just hung them sideways. I still need to change the art, ha!) Most of the change was editing out the junk – dog crate, craft projects, etc. I’m still deciding what to do about an area rug… The one in the pic is under the printers desk, so I’m not lifting it until I know what I want to do. I have a better light fixture picked out, just haven’t ordered it yet… The photo was taken by a realtor/photographer Tyson Barnes, and is so much better than my iphone photo! I use this room every day, and I love how I’ve been able to add so much more furniture without making it look cramped. I think the desk’s open legs helps keep it from getting to heavy and crowded.”
You can see her original Reader Question here for the before photo.
It turned out beautiful! So clean and open. We love a good makover and this one is fantastic! Thank you so much for sending it to us and for sharing it!
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YouTube DIY Inspiration and Video Tutorials
If you are a visual learner and love to watch short clips more than you want to read, we have created something fun for you! We have been taping the creation of our projects so that you can watch them unfold start to finish through our video tutorials! We walk you through the how-to’s and project tips before you start yourself! Check them out for inspiration, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy!
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Have a great week friends!
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See more Week In Review posts here:
The Easiest DIY Hanging Planter in the World + DIY West Elm Hanging Planter Knock-Off
Happy November! Enjoy These Free Printables for Thanksgiving!
DIY Kitchen Adjustable Drawer Organizer for Utensils + A Simple Countertop Towel Ladder and Utensil Organizer
A Painted Ceiling Pattern In The Entry
Favorite Fall Desserts + Affordable Fall Throws