These summer weeks are flying by. I hope you are enjoying them. I’ve been working on some outdoor projects, but this week’s Friday Favorites have me wanting to redecorate my home. We have a few ideas for beautiful inspiration in the bathroom, bedroom and kitchen. And some other great tips!
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Favorite Everyday Wreath: Holiday decor is fun, but sometimes I just like a neutral everyday wreath. This greenery one is perfect and on sale now with our affiliate link here.
Favorite Patterned Tile Floor Hack: The Honeycomb Home has such an easy way to get on board with the patterned tile trend, without all the hard work. No stencils, or laying tile involved. Simply use these tile decals, for a brand new look!
Favorite Way to Use a Trunk: I’ve always had a thing for trunks. They are such gorgeous pieces that can be used in so many ways just like this one. Plus, If I ever get my Hogwarts letter, I’ll need a trunk to pack.
Favorite Plywood Tip: Plywood edges aren’t always the prettiest, but they can be with this trick. The Handyman’s Daughter shows how to add an edge banding for a gorgeous edge finish.
Favorite Mixture of Metals and Textures: The island might be my favorite part of this gorgeous kitchen. The wood tone mixed with the waterfall granite. And there is so much more that makes this kitchen just gorgeous.
Favorite Contrasting Tile: Black and white are so classic together. This bathroom incorporates both colors in a fun way that makes these neutrals pop.
(Remember, our Remodelaholics Anonymous link sharing has now moved over to our blogger group on Facebook, and we also have a new Remodelaholics Anonymous DIYer Support Group group for anyone, blog or not, to join and share projects, ask questions, and get inspired!)
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.