I’ve had my head down focused on several renovation projects and then realized *gulp* it’s November and the holidays are coming up so quick! Time to get started on gifts, crafts, entertaining, etc … add it to the list of things to do!
I’m headed back to Las Vegas this weekend, there is much happening at the fixer house, we’re patching the kitchen tile floor to get the space ready for the new cabinets, installing plantation shutters in two rooms, hanging light fixtures in several spaces, and setting up beds in three rooms for the rotating door of holiday guests descending on us in December.
Here’s the “Best of the Blogosphere” roundup of favorite DIY projects and design ideas spied around the web this week. Oh my, so much design makeover goodness to be savored from the One Room Challenge series of before and afters, find all the links at Calling It Home including these two among other amazing spaces.
Build a faux mantel with hidden storage with a step-by-step at Ana White, and how pretty is this holiday styling?
These simple chunky yarn tassels are perfect for embellishing gifts, blankets, curtains, whatever! via Design*Sponge.
Tarva is the new Rast! Learn how to transform the basic IKEA chest of drawers into this fretwork honeycomb dresser with Simply Designing.
Make use of the space behind the toilet with this DIY ladder towel rack by Provident Home Design.
Fabricate unique copper and agate sconces with a tutorial at The Gathered Home.
Mimic the look of tile as a kitchen backsplash with Myra’s paint technique at My Blessed Life.
Kristin from The Hunted Interior reveals a clever way to create Lucite drapery rods, wow so chic!
Turn a plain sweatshirt into an embellished bomber jacket with a Pair & a Spare.
The perfect DIY holiday gift! Make gold initial mugs with supplies and tips from House of Earnest.
Find helpful information about craft adhesives for all your holiday crafting at U Create!
That’s all folks, hope you enjoyed the roundup! Thanks so much to Amanda my second pair of eyes who helps me scout these links. Have a lovely fall weekend friends!