Friday Favorites: Scalloped Centerpiece and an Outdoor Bench

It’s Friday! That means it is time to share some of our FAVORITES. Some great ones from our link party, the Turning the Tables DIY link pary and more.

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Friday Favorites Scalloped Centerpiece and an Outdoor Bench on

Favorite Console Table: I am always a sucker for an IKEA hack and this console table turns out beautiful. Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body added some fun touches.

ikea-lack-hack-table-designer trapped in a lawyers body

Favorite way to create shade: Umbrellas are a perfect way to add shaded seating to a patio or yard. Don’t do it in a boring color. Paint an umbrella like The Heathered Nest did for a dramatic effect!

Favorite Organizing Idea: A craft, sewing or DIY space usually has a table and needs some organization. Combine the two with this awesome solution from deJong Dream House.

Organized Craft Table DeJong Dream House

Favorite Centerpiece: I love the scallops on this centerpiece. Add in flowers to match a holiday or event. It is simply beautiful by HerToolBelt.

scallop-mason-jar-centerpiece-pint Her Tool Belt

Favorite Kid Bedroom: So many things to love about this space. From the shelves to the lamps to the shiplap, it is adorable!

Favorite Outdoor Seating: Not only does this bench look AMAZING, it is an easy build made from 2×4’s. Build your own with plans by The Creative Mom.

Garden-Bench The Creative Mom

Favorite Floral Print Project: Florals can add a whole lot of fun colors to your home. I love how Pillar Box Blue wallpapered her stair risers.

Bold Wallpaper stairs pillar box blue

Favorite Farmhouse Table: The base on this table is gorgeous and I like a round table top. DIY Swank shows how to achieve this look.

DIY-Round-Farmhouse-table DIY Swank

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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.

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