Posts Tagged ‘best of the blogosphere’

BOTB 1.30.14

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Hello all! It’s been a long week, I’ve been busy with a lot of non blog worthy things and it’s kept me away but as a result Matt and I have decided to turn a regular weekend into a three day staycation to take advantage of some down time, so I’m sharing the Best of the Blogosphere links early. Enjoy this roundup of inspiring projects and ideas gathered around the web in our regular series !

Not to be missed is this nursery for little Wren by Shea McGee, the classic touches are so pretty! (see Jan 9th blog entry). 

baby wren nursery shea mcgee design

   

Holly revealed her baby boy’s nursery just in time for his due date, so very fresh and modern.

boy nursery decor8

 

It’s always amazing what paint and a new backsplash can do! Here’s an inspirational kitchen makeover by House of Five (via Remodelaholic). 

hosue for five kitchen makeover

    

Build your own industrial steel pipe light fixture with Something is Done.

steel pipe light fixture somethingisdone

    

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BOTB 1.17.14

Friday, January 17th, 2014

Y’all. Best of the Blogosphere is back! I’m excited to be starting up this series again now that we’ve all recovered from the holidays and are back in DIY mode. Amanda and I hunt down these ideas from all over the internet, and bring the best of what we spy to you in this bimonthly series. Here are our latest finds sure to inspire you!  

Pipes plus wood equals impressive industrial open shelving with supplies from Lowes, read the how to over at The DIY Showoff.

diy industrial pipe shelving

   

A brick wall is transformed with planks and gray stain into a striking modern focal point fireplace – full step by step over at Design*Sponge.

gray plank fireplace makeover

      

We can’t help falling in love with this two tone midcentury dresser built from scratch at Makely Home for Girls.

diy two tone midcentury dresser

        

We love a great IKEA hack, this rustic farmhouse table was constructed by East Coast Creative with two IKEA Ingo tables as a base, distressed and stained, and now it’s a unique piece worthy of praise.

diy farmhouse table

      

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