We are halfway through another week! Hopefully it has been a great one for you so far. We have been having fun creating awesome projects and finding beautiful looks to help inspire you for your home. Don’t forget to sign up for our weekly recap newsletter so that you don’t miss out on any fabulous projects or these best neutral paint colors!
No matter what style home you have, this color could definitely have a place in your home. We’ve highlighted the latest popular paint choice, Sage Green: 6 Ways to Decorate Your Home With Pinterest’s 2018 “New Neutral” Color Trend. We show you six ways you can use this color in your home as well as some inspirational photos of how others have used it. It’s one of the best neutral paint colors and offers lots of character.
We all know bathrooms are expensive. When you remodel, you don’t anticipate doing it again the following year. Kristin from Postbox Designs E-Design shared her moodboard on how to Create A Timeless Farmhouse Bathroom That Will Stand the Test of Time. So you can create a bathroom that you will love years from now!
One of our recent color spotlights from the best neutral paint colors highlights Benjamin Moore Coventry Gray. It stands out from other greys because of its depth. It is warm, inviting, and very versatile. Check out all the different shots of this beautiful color in different light and different locations!
Pale Oak is a light warmer greige (gray/beige) that leans just a tad warmer than similar traditional colors. It looks like a warm off-white color. Our Color Spotlight: Benjamin Moore Pale Oak highlights the best uses for this color. Check out what Cyndy from The Creativity Exchange learned about this stunning color and the reasons why it is one of the best neutral paint colors you would want in your home.
Featured Facebook Fans: An Organized Entryway
If you are following us on Facebook, hopefully you aren’t missing our recent fan posts! We love sharing projects you create! Kim sent us her latest DIY entry organizer. She said,
“Just got finished with this entry organizer I started for my friend (she has four boys) this past summer. The seat is shoe storage and wall part has chalkboard (top), magnet (middle) and tack board (bottom) sections. It is all 3/4” MDF that I cut, routed and Kreg Jig’d together.
The magnet board is galvanized flashing, the tack board is foam core board batting and fabric. Each bench compartment of the storage has its own separate lid and hinge. I think I will eventually tiny tile the top of each lid as the kids abuse the seats with wear.”
What a fabulous project! I am sure your friend loves and appreciates it! Entryway or mudroom organization is so important, especially with kids! We love that we got to see your work, thank you so much for sharing it with us! We can’t wait to see what you create next.
Check out other DIY projects on our Facebook page to see what others are creating. And **Show us what you’ve been working on!** Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook, you can always send us a photo here, too. For more home inspiration, visit our Facebook page and check out the fan photos album!
Pinterest Home Inspiration
See more inspirational home makeover ideas and tutorials over on our Pinterest Page!
From every room inside your home to every inch of your yard, Pinterest is one of our favorite places to browse for DIY inspiration!! Follow us and see some of our favorite DIY projects and be inspired for your home!
Have a great week friends!
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