I entered into a 30-day challenge issued by HGTV Home Fabrics and Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores on July 19th.  My challenge was to redo a room in my house using their new line of HGTV Home fabrics. If you remember I chose to redo Isaac’s room and used the Malachite collection of fabrics below.


So far I showed you the planked and 2” x 4” shelved wall, the hanging beds, the grommet topped curtains on a pipe curtain rod, and my cheap way of adding pops of color to your walls with fabric.

Well tomorrow night is the big reveal of the entire space.  And it is awesome.  I am dying to show you.  The live reveal will take place on Pinterest at 9:00 PM EST revealing the 4 room reveals that the bloggers revamped.  And HGTV Design Star Season 1 champ will pick one winner.  That winner gets her own HGTV show!!!  Just kidding…more like bragging rights ;-).  So go here at 9:00 for a chance to win some prizes, join the Pinterest party, ask questions and see who Tiffany thinks has the best room design.  Note: You will have to refresh your screen to ask questions and see the pins.


Then immediately following the Pinterest party the 4 of us bloggers decided to give you a glimpse of our rooms in living color.  You can follow us live on G+ (you will have to click the start button right at 10:00 PM EST) for a one-hour event.  We will also answer any questions you have about decorating a room as well as address the following questions/ topics.


1.  What was your inspiration for this room?

2.  What was the most challenging aspect of pulling off a room makeover in 30 days?

3.  Show us something in the room that you hope no one sees.

4.  What are some tips that you have for cutting costs on decorating a space?

5.  What was your favorite project in the room?

Two events, 4 bloggers, 4 amazing room makeovers and a whole lot of amazing fabrics.  I hope to see you there!

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  1. I love all of your ideas and particularly the frames with fabric over top and I really want to try it but my house exudes a lot of dust so I was thinking of a way to maybe cover it with glass and wanted to see if u had any ideas on doing so.

  2. Hmmmm that is a tricky one. I think you might be better off looking for large, cheap frames at Goodwill and framing the fabric rather than wrapping them. That is really all I can think of. I hope it helps.

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