There’s something about a pretty laundry room that really appeals to me. It’s probably because I love the idea of making a room that’s as utilitarian as a laundry room one of the loveliest spaces in a house. Check out my latest laundry room obession, designed by Hooper Patterson Interior Design and featured at House of Turquoise. I looked around for tutorials on other blogs to give you a few ideas for ways that you could put together a laundry room like this one, DIY style. Come check out these 5 Ways to Get This Look.
I am so absolutely thrilled with how this DIY planter box turned out. I finally used all the fence posts that I scavenged from my neighbors trash a couple of year’s ago….sniff. I love the mix of old weathered wood with fresh rich stained tones. This planter is huge coming in at 7 1/2 feet long. It makes a huge impact as you walk up to my door and I love seeing some color on my porch area.
Are you so sick of my paint stick projects? I might be obsessed with these slim pieces of wood. There are just so many things you can do with them. Since I inherited a box of paint sticks, anticipate more projects in the future. So Krylon asked me if I wanted to participate in a Spring project featuring a color pallet of their choosing. So they sent me two color pallets (one of which I will showcase later this week) to use to create something Springy.
Hi Infarrantly Creative friends! It’s Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey Designs and I’m back to share a simple update to an old trunk that anyone can do. A few weeks ago, I found a beaten up antique trunk at a thrift store for only $7. Yes, $7! I love thrifting! Once cleaned up, it was a little better, but it still needed a wow! Inspired by the latest issue of HGTV magazine, I created a bright, modern take on an old trunk.