Friday Favorites: Raised Garden Beds and Vintage Tea Cart

Raised Garden Beds, Vintage Tea Cart, and more featured on Remodelaholic.com for Friday Favorites

Hello there! Welcome to another week of Friday Favorites and Remodelaholics Anonymous! Before we dive into the favorites this week — a quick announcement!

PULL OUT THE PLYWOOD!

A few times a year, we pull out all the stops (like this) and do a huge week packed with new tutorials, guests, and inspiration around theme, and our next big week is all about PLYWOOD, so we want to see your projects! Leave them in the link party below, or if you’d like to be a featured guest here on Remodelaholic, head over here for more details and to submit your project ASAP. We’ll also be doing a DIY challenge (blog hop style) for new plywood projects, so if you’re interested in joining in with a brand new DIY project and tutorial, drop us a line at hello@remodelaholic.com with “plywood challenge” in the subject so we can get you more info. 

And now… back to our regularly scheduled programming….

We love seeing and sharing great ideas — so send them our way! If you have a blog, you can link up below, and if not, drop us a line here or message us on Facebook.  It is always a pleasure to see what everyone has been working on each week. The garden bug is coming on hard. I’m ready for spring and garden beds. It is still cold outside though so I might have to focus on some other indoor DIY projects.

Ceiling Fan Blades To Be Repurposed As DIY Salvaged Windmill Farmhouse Style Decor By Sadie Seasongoods

Favorite Upcycle: I love when I see projects where something random turns into something beautiful. This windmill blade decor was made out of an old fan. Sadie Seasongoods is so smart and resourceful!

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Favorite Laundry Room Idea: A folding table. I use my bed now, but would love to have a table in my laundry room. Put it on the list for the next house and see how Twelve on Main executed this lovely table.

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Favorite Kitchen DIY: Raggedy Bits gave this cheese board a nice touch with some paint and other touches. I love that it provides a place for some cute decor and corrals spoons.

Platform Bed Build Tutorial

Favorite Platform Bed: Platform beds seem so nice, because you only need a mattress and they add some gorgeous wood to a room. Grandma’s House DIY built this simple platform bed.

Raised Garden Bed

Favorite Raised Garden Bed Layout: I’m not always the greatest gardener, but these raised garden beds look perfect. I love the raised idea and in a horseshoe shape, really makes great use of the space. See how the beds came together over at CJ Fitness.

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Favorite Raised Garden Bed Tutorial: Just Measuring Up shares how to build raised garden beds too. Now you can layout your garden and build the beds to fill it up.

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Favorite Craftsman Exterior: The porch, curb appeal and more add to the charm of this craftsman. It is one of our favorite home styles. Find the plan for this home over at Architectural Designs.

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Favorite Vintage Upcycle: This tea cart has all the charm! The Navage Patch just added some paint and restored it a bit to make it this beauty.

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Favorite Bench: A simple bench, that looks amazing. The “X” pattern on the back really makes the whole thing! Switch out the pillows with each season or holiday for some fun color pops.

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Favorite Open Shelves: Open shelves can work when they are styled correctly. Keep things orderly and they are sure to look great. I love how these open shelves are not just pretty but useful. Stacking plates and bowls along with lining up glasses really works for open shelves.

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