Friday Favorites: House Bed Frame and Paper Bag Vases
This week we have some pretty awesome projects! Decorate and makeover all the rooms with these great ideas. Add some fresh flowers to your home with a simple paper bag vase. You could use any old bag or pick a cute color or patterned one. Another great idea is a house bed frame. Oh and there is so much more! Let’s get started!
Favorite Way to Add Table Space in the Laundry Room: Timeless Creations just completed a laundry room makeover. My favorite part (it all is gorgeous) is the waterfall table. Sometimes you just need a place to fold clothes and this is perfect!
Favorite House Bed: House beds are so cute and they are easy enough to build. This cute room was created by one of our readers Alisha! Build your own house bed with this tutorial.
Favorite Way to Use Scrap Wood: Abbotts at Home got super creative with their scraps. I never would have guessed these were scrap pieces of wood. These pieces look so intentional and beautiful.
Favorite Southwest Style Project: Our reader Joan wanted to give an older wingback chair an update. She didn’t want to recover the entire chair, so she used a rug to cover part of it and give it some pop! Learn more about recovering a wingback chair here and here.
Favorite Orange Piece: I haven’t always been the biggest orange fan, but The Wood Spa has me love love loving orange. It really transformed this piece into a lovely modern look.
Favorite Paper Bag Use: Did you know you can use paper bags as vases?!?! My French Twist shares how and they look so cute. Espeically with the metallic colors.
Favorite Way to add Valentine’s Decor: Pillow covers can change up your everyday decor for the holidays. I love all the hearts and love for Valentine’s decor. They are super easy to incorporate into decor in any color.
Favorite Super Hero Room: Whether you like Captain America or not, this is such a cute room. It is super hero with subtle touches rather than being so bright and loud.
Favorite Skinny Beams: Beams are one of my all time favorites. They add such a fun architectural design element. I haven’t seen many skinny ones like these though. They are so fun.
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I really enjoy reading your blog. Things like this give inspire me to do projects in my own home especially the small beams.