It’s Friday yet again, and a new month on top of that. Spring is peeking through the snow and I can’t wait for the flowers to start to bloom again. In the meantime, this week we’ve picked a few indoor projects to share in this week’s Friday Favorites and Remodelaholics Anonymous link up, including some beautiful DIY wall shelves, plus some smart “hacks” to make life a little easier.
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Favorite new paint color: There’s at least one a month 😉 So many colors, so little time! Timeless Creations refinished this antique washstand in a gorgeous color of chalk paint and now I’m dreaming of everything in teal/aqua. And that sign, too!
Favorite easy paint color trick: Everyone has their own tricks to remembering their paint colors… mine generally involves forgetting them… so I like this easy trick that While I Linger shared to keep your paint colors with you on the go!
DIY Wall Shelves
Favorite build-it-or-buy-it: We found this great industrial pipe wall shelf at a great price here, and it sparked a great discussion over on our Facebook page — when do you buy it, and when do you DIY it? (Psst, our readers also turned us on to this great option at Hobby Lobby!)
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Favorite built-it: Our reader Beth built this gorgeous set of shelves using 1890 barn wood and brackets like these from Hobby Lobby. So drool-worthy! And did you notice the wall treatment, too?! A beautiful space, Beth!
Favorite hardware store hack: I love wandering the hardware store and thinking of non-conventional ways to use items as beautiful decor. Dazzle While Frazzled used metal hanger tape to create her own hanging planter!
Favorite… everything!! : I love the combination of finishes and decor in this gorgeous bathroom by @terajanelledesigns, from the lighting to the vanity to the tile. (Want to see your Instagram featured? Tag your most beautiful spaces with #imaremodelaholic)
Favorite farmhouse furniture: Our reader Doug sent us these photos of two trestle farmhouse tables he built — aren’t they stunning!
From Doug: “I made the first table with premium pine 2”X8”s 2”X10” and pine wood 4”X4” for the base. For the stain I used carbon grey and ebony. Then used an oil based satin polyurethane for its protective coat. The second table was done classic gray and ebony stain. I sanded with multiple grits, 1 coat of stain, then 2-3 coats of protective polyurethane.”
Favorite kitty DIY: As a self-proclaimed crazy cat lady, I love how easy and adorable these sleepy kitty planters by Flamingo Toes are!
Favorite space-smart shelf: Shelving is another of my big loves, and Anika’s DIY Life built this re-imagined version of a ladder shelf for her small bathroom — it’s the perfect place for some storage and a hand towel, without taking up any precious floor space!
Favorite black and white: I’ve been binge-watching this detective show lately, so I’ve got police lingo on the brain… but this “black and white” isn’t a police cruiser 😉 This monochromatic gallery wall of family photos and geneaology charts combined with the wood-wrapped cubbies (which looks like this style IKEA hack to me!) is a personalized yet understated beautiful arrangement, and these frames will go up lickety-split fast with our easy gallery wall hanging tips we shared last week. (Home show feature: Built by Xcellent Homes; Designed by Sherri Hyman, Tradah Design)
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As for pretty spaces, look at this storage unit and gallery wall! Click over to the blog for great ideas on creating and hanging a gallery wall. A live link is in our profile. http://bit.ly/2EUYBEk #homeshow #throwback . . . .#designer #designs #interior#interiorstyling #interiordesign #interiors#interiordesigner #house #home #decorate#style #sharemystyle #sharemyhome#homedecor #homedesign #homestyle#modernstyle #decor #interior4all#interior125 #instahome #hgtv#wheretofindme #sodomino Home built by Xcellent Homes, Designed by Sherri Hyman, Tradah Design
Favorite Easter basket hack: The Heathered Nest used a bandana to create a liner for a basket, which makes a smart budget-friendly fix since I see “naked” wicker baskets at the thrift store all the time.
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