Happy Saturday! I hope you’re all enjoying your projects this weekend, and thanks for being part of our Remodelaholic community. We really love being part of your DIYing and seeing that you use our project plans or find inspiration from what our team posts, so please, keep commenting and letting us see your projects!
If you have a blog, you can link up at our monthly Remodelaholics Anonymous party. No blog? No problem! Just find us on Facebook here! Message us your photo(s) and a description of your project, which we will then share with the Remodelaholic Facebook community (with your permission, of course). Just look at some of the reader projects we’ve seen recently (see details and more photos in the album here, or click on each photo to see it in the album).
Summer made a kid-sized version of our computer desk. Find the original plans here.
Belle mustered up the courage to paint these lovely BOLD stripes! (See 100 interior painting ideas here.)
And she also made this great porch swing from two old chairs! (Details over on the Facebook page.)
Reese moved the washer/dryer to the garage and turned the laundry nook into a home office — love the penny tiles (which are actual pennies! like we featured here.)
Jody showed how to turn an IKEA bunk bed into two separate storage platform beds (details over in the Facebook album).
And she also turned an old mantel in a bookshelf! She even installed a power strip and drilled some extra holes to hide any cords. (See the photos larger over in the album.)
Pretty impressive, right?!?
Whether you’ve used one of our plans, followed a tutorial, been inspired by something we shared, or just want to show off your awesome creativity — send us a picture!
Got a question or want some design opinion? You can share those, too! You can ask our Q&A expert, Jackie, a question here, or you can message us on Facebook and we’ll pass your question along to fellow Remodelaholics there.
Thanks again and happy (and safe) DIYing!
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.