Friday Favorites: Barn Door Corner Office and Recycled Glass

Happy Friday! I hope you all are having a wonderful summer and enjoying the last bit before school starts again. I have friends whose kids are back in school this week, already! Don’t miss out on all our back to school printable signs — and check out some of our favorites from this week’s link party plus some faves that we’ve shared around on Facebook and Instagram as well. Can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to! (Bloggers, please share with your friends since we LOVE finding new bloggers to watch and share!) 

Friday Favorites - corner barn doors, uses for recycled glass, and more! Get all the details at

Favorite yard sale find: Mylove2create snagged those table legs for a couple bucks at a yard sale and a combined it with some reclaimed wood to build a great rustic coffee table! 

reclaimed wood coffee table with metal legs, Mylove2create

Favorite non-traditional way to use concrete: Concrete projects are everywhere and we love seeing them — check out how DIY Furniture Studio hand-molded cement around old glass bottles to create a whole new look!

diy cement vases, DIY Furniture Studio

Favorite barn door: Yup, a new one just about every week, ha! This corner office/study area by Schumacher Homes is beautiful, and the barn doors create privacy when closed, without unnecessary obstructions when the doors are open. 

corner office or study area with double sliding barn doors, by Shumacher Homes

Favorite creative fridge: Would you be so bold? This Mama’s Dance wallpapered her fridge!

diy wallpapered fridge, This Mama's Dance

Favorite mom hangout: I know this is supposed to be for kids, but I want one just for me! Get the details over at The Handmade Home — no sewing!  

diy no-sew teepee, The Handmade Home

Favorite use of wrapping paper: I’ve used it in hutches and cabinets — wrapping paper has so much potential! Pillar Box Blue used it in her son’s nightstand, made from an old wine crate!

wine crate into a nightstand with hairpin legs, Pillar Box Blue

Favorite versatile decor: It’s nice to have decor that can take small changes between seasons instead of totally swapping it out, and Pender and Peony‘s mantel looks great with this cotton boll and burlap garland — see how she changes it up for both summer and fall!

mantel fall to summer with cotton boll garland, Pender and Peony

Favorite glass upcycle: Sadie Seasongoods recycling service no longer accepts glass, so what’s a girl to do but make it into beautiful sea glass! 

glass bottles upcycled into seaglass, Sadie Seasongoods

Favorite farmhouse room: This entire farmhouse breakfast nook by Craftivity Designs looks great, but I love the light, and the photo display on the wall!

farmhouse style breakfast nook makeover, Craftivity Designs

Favorite laundry room: Okay, it’s not the inside… but check out that door over at Delightfully Noted! And see more favorite things that we share over on Instagram — and share yours with #imaremodeaholic.

Favorite bedside table: The farmhouse style is strong over at The Weathered Fox with this easy and stylish hanging bedside table!

hanging nightstand DIY bedside storage, The Weathered Fox

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Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.

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  1. Thank you so very much for the love you have given my sea glass bottle project- here and on Facebook! You’ve made my day several times over. 🙂 Grabbing a button now!

    1. It is so pretty and so smart and so EASY! You deserve all the love and more! We’d love to have you link up your other great projects at the party, too, if you haven’t already 🙂

  2. Thanks for featuring my breakfast nook! Isn’t that light such a cool find? And I loved that it was locally made and sourced!

  3. Thank you so much for sharing my fridge project 😉 Definitely a fun one for a sad little fridge. Love those barn doors you featured- as well as that gorgeous vintage door from Delightfully Noted- swoon!