Sunday greetings all, it’s ‘Best of the Blogosphere’ day where Amanda and I team up and compare notes on the noteworthy spaces and projects we’ve scouted over the last two weeks! Enjoy this roundup of creativity we’ve gathered up for you this weekend.
This wallpapered breakfast nook by Cristin at Simplified Bee belongs on the pages of a magazine with its modern and cheerful green and white palette.
Mrs. Limestone’s much anticipated annual Halloween decorations are a Wicked Oz theme this year on display at their Brooklyn home.
A $15 bowl on clearance at HomeGoods becomes a chic light fixture in the hands of Julia at Cuckoo 4 Design blog.
Turn two side-by-side Hemnes cabinets into a custom built in hutch with Erin’s smart IKEA hack at A Charming Nest.
Upgrade an ordinary IKEA metal cabinet with a faux aged steel finish inspired by Restoration Hardware with Simplicity in the South.
Wood grain filler may be just the product you’re looking for if painting oak is in your future, see how Jenny filled her wood cabinet doors over at Little Green Notebook.
Y’all know I’m a huge fan of marbled paper, so I was excited to see this how-to for marbled placemats over at Ruffled blog.
Hello fabulous gold leaf paper mache bowls! Project by Kelli Murray.
Kelly at Fabulous K used spray paint and straight sewing pins to make mod mini pearl studded pumpkins.
Chez Larsson proves the transformative power of colorful craft paint with her simple painted dessert plates.
An old 80’s glass pane fixture gets upcycled into a one-of-a-kind mirror in the hands of Sarah and David.
Got a space or project you’d like considered for this series? Be sure to send it our way to [email protected]. Thanks as always Amanda for your contributions this week, you can always catch up with Amanda at her blog Serenity Now.
Enjoy your Sunday friends!