Happy Friday again, Remodelaholics! I see lots of folks finishing up the school year, so I feel very spoiled to be finishing up our second week of summer break… spoiled and also tired because summer fun is a lot of work 😉 We have a short and sweet Friday Favorites for you this week, but with some amazing projects — like luxe upholstered bunkbeds and a beautiful faux brick doorway you’ll want to see! Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!
(Remember, our Remodelaholics Anonymous link sharing has now moved over to our blogger group on Facebook, and we have a new Remodelaholics Anonymous DIYer Support Group group for anyone, blog or not, to join and share projects, ask questions, and get inspired!)
Favorite fake-out: We are all about giving builder-grade basics a custom look on a budget, so this faux brick archway at @breezesayhome caught our eye right away — such an awesome way to make an arched doorway a focal point! (Check out the details in her stories, and tag your best projects with #imaremodelaholic to show off your skills!)
Favorite easy peasy DIY: This summer, I’m working really hard to simplify things instead of complicate them, so Roxanne’s super simple and easy wreath at The Honeycomb Home looks right up my easy peasy alley — could be fun to try with the kids, too!
Favorite outdoor space: Since we’ve been working so hard on our patio, I’ve been enjoying seeing other DIYers’ spaces, too — doesn’t A Nod To Navy‘s patio look comfortable!
Favorite example that paint can do anything: Marie over at Paint It White Interiors painted a cheap plastic scale to look like a vintage metal scale — the power of paint!
Favorite luxe look: I thought our cottage bunk beds were pretty amazing, but these luxe bunkbeds spotted at a local home show made my jaw drop! What do you think — too impractical for kids, or totally worth it? (Photo ©Remodelaholic | Home built by E&L Custom Homes, Designed by Osmond Design)
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.