Friday Favorites: Playrooms and Pantries and Bunny Butts

Simple and organized playroom via @Remodelaholic

Happy Friday! I hope you’ve had a happy St. Patty’s and are ready for a great Easter in just a few days, eek! We’re ready to share our favorites again — show me your favorites in the comments or by linking up over at the party! See all our previous favorites here.

Favorite kids’ room art (above): I love this art style and quote spotted in this organized playroom, from the local home show that I shared over on Instagram. “Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” Good old Alice in Wonderland!

Favorite household upcycle: The amazing Elisha at Pneumatic Addict made this beautiful decorate hourglass from SOAP BOTTLES. Yes, she is the real deal! Check out how she did it!

DIY hourglass from upcycled soap bottles Pneumatic Addict

Favorite dreamy pantry: #lifegoals to both have a pantry like this and have it this beautifully organized. (via HGTV)

Beautiful organized pantry via HGTV, photo Michelle Drewes

Favorite healthy deliciousness: This fruit salsa with cinnamon crisps sounds amazing and SO perfect for summer parties. Not sure if it would ever make it to the party or if I’d eat it all before, though… But it’s healthy, right?! Recipe from Spend With Pennies. 

Favorite pattern mixing: This bedroom from the home show is pretty bold but I love how it all works together!

Like that bold striped bed? Get it at Walmart* (affiliate) of all places! for a steal of a price!

https://www.instagram.com/p/BC-v2fuAc0e/?taken-by=remodelaholic

Favorite gardening idea: Looking for a creative rustic garden idea? Plant succulents inside a wagon wheel with the spokes dividing different sections. Love the look and it would be great for herbs, too! (original image source unknown, sorry!) Update: Thanks to Erika T. from California for letting us know that this wagon wheel succulent garden is hers — we love it! 

Plant succulents or herbs in a wagon wheel for a fun divided garden

Favorite garage feature: Turtles and Tails built this brilliant fold-down worktable for her garage, and she even added a power switch to it to save on dragging cords around! Get the details here. 

DIY fold-up work table for the garage with power switch Turtles and Tails

Favorite white kitchen (this week!): This bright white kitchen has all the right features!

https://www.instagram.com/p/BCxqLIUgc0l/

Favorite kid-friendly backyard play idea: We featured this mini village a few years ago, but it’s still a favorite! Use paver bricks to create roads, with PVC tunnels and you can even create a loop for a sandbox! More fun family yard ideas here. 

v lowes backyard track

Favorite handwriting: I love the handpainted words on this little girls’ dresser. So fun and childish, but easy enough that it’s not sad to paint over when you’re ready for a change. Lots of cute ideas in this nursery, via The Little Umbrella

handwritten words on a child's dresser drawers for a nursery via The Little Umbrella

Favorite butt: Yup, I said it. Bunny butts are just too cute! We’re going to try these cute and easy bunnies for Easter:

Easy Easter bunny butt treats -- cake, cookies, pancakes, and ice cream

cake by Betty Crocker
bunny butt pancakes here
ice cream cones by Hungry Happenings
cookies by Princess Pinky Girl

 

Have a great weekend!

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