Friday Favorites: Pretty Bathroom Remodel + Farmhouse Light Fixture

Hey, Hey!!! It’s Friday again. And we’ve got some fun favorites to share with you. Plus, don’t miss all the great projects shared at the link party last week. Then don’t forget to share your favorite projects from this week. (Bloggers, pretty please share with your friends, we would love to see more great projects here every week!)

The Best DIY projects of the Week featured at

Favorite Planter: We love reclaimed wood. This reclaimed wood gutter was the perfect piece for this beautiful garden planter box. See how it all worked out over on Hood Creek Log Cabin. Plant flowers or herbs in this useful DIY planter.

Reclaimed wood gutter planter hood creek log cabin

Favorite Use of Wallpaper: Wallpaper is sometimes thought of as outdated, but this use of wallpaper as a backsplash by Pillar Box Blue is fabulous. I love the pop of color it adds to this space.

DIY-Splashback-wallpapered-pillar box blue

Favorite Console Table: Mirrors make rooms seem bigger. This mirrored console table by Three Little Monkeys is perfect for a small entryway. Add it for some storage and to help it seem larger.

Mirrored-console-table little free monkeys

Favorite Bathroom Remodel: The contrast between the dark paint and white tiles is stunning. Oh and that mirror too. I mean seriously it looks heavenly. See more of the details over at Christina’s Adventures.(PS: See more of what we share by following over on Instagram.)

Favorite Coffee Table: We love the look of natural wood. This coffee table provides storage underneath and looks stunning with that rug. How would you style it? See more over at My Love 2 Create.

Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table My Love 2 Create

Favorite Light Fixture: The exposed light bulb trend is hot. I mean the whole rustic farmhouse style is just beautiful and this DIY  light fixture by Sawdust Sisters turns out perfect.

Bathroom_Light_Fixture_Makeover_Csawdust sisters

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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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