This is SO hard for me!! I am always blown away by the talent you all possess!! Just think, a year ago I would have bought every last thing I see all of you making everyday!
Okay, I know I’m very partial to furniture transformations, but I promise these are all really good ones! Plus, since starting my business I have less time to stalk my blogland–pretty please email me if you’ve done a project you’d like me to feature; I’d love to see it!
Again, there is no way to list all the things I loved this week, but here are a few…..
Look at this fabulous reupholstery job Kelsey at Fabulously Flawed did! She’s got nailhead trim on that bad boy!! Plus, you’ve got to go see the before…so modern and shabby now!
This one’s all over link party favorites this week, and I couldn’t help but join in. Plus, I’m in the throws of pulling together a playroom now, so this was right up my alley. Sausha at Show and Tell painted all of the walls with chalkboard paint, pulled off a couple of furniture transformations, and even built toy storage built-in’s to complete this amazing playroom! Love this room…I kind of want to curl up on the couch–which is lovely and slipcovered. 🙂
Oh, be still my heart. This is amazing. Enough said…go see what Anne Marie from Twice Lovely made this awesome play kitchen from!
Have you all seen the alphabet spheres everyone’s going crazy for?? In Ballard’s–which of course, means $6 per ball. Well, go see how Courtney at Red Heads Craft More Fun pulled off her own version!
Go see the lovely transformation of this $10 dresser at Made by Stephie! LOVE this color and the lines of this piece…what a find! And when you see it, you’ll see what an eye Stephie has…it was in rough shape. Great job!
Another B-E-A-utiful armoire transformation….SUCH a flawless paint job–go visit MrsO @ The Life of a Future Domestic Goddess to see it all for yourself!
I saved a good one to end on. You really should go see Kathy at Kate’s Place. Her home is gorgeous, with lighting I dream of and filled with all kinds beautiful touches, like a hall of mirrors and this message board she made from ironwork. Oh, and I would definitely take up residence in her master bedroom. Inspiring!
Hope you enjoyed these projects as much as I did, and can get around to visiting these ladies. Have a happy Saturday–actually have a couple of posts coming your way this weekend!