Coming in at #10 - Lily's Garden Room. I love decorating kids' rooms and this one was no exception. Top-to-bottom, I was able to furnish and decorate this room for only $500 and had fun doing it!
#9 - Honeybee Dresser Makeover and Updated Booth Pictures. I was surprised that this little dresser makeover made the top ten, but it was a fun little project. I no longer have a large booth like I did in this post because of moving away from Raleigh and I miss having the challenge of keeping it up, but with another impending move when our lease is up, I can't commit to the level of inventory I used to have.
#5- Dresser Makeover with Fabric. I've been re-habbing furniture for several years and this is one of my favorite makeovers. I've used Mod Podge to apply all sorts of decorative paper (wall paper, music sheets, etc) to furniture, but this was the first time using fabric and it was so easy! Because fabric is thicker than paper, I found it much easier to apply and no wrinkling to fight with, plus I loved the added texture. It's also easier than hand-painting designs with an artist brush. I will be doing more of these in the future!
#4- Master Bedroom Reveal. After picking away at projects in this room during 2012, I finally finished it in early 2013. From chalkboard fireplace to sparkling chandelier, I miss this room a lot now that we are in the temporary rental. Let's just say my master bedroom now is sort of a dumping ground for things that don't fit in the rest of the house. I can't wait to get settled again!
#2- Living Room - Dining Room Tour and Q&A. I posted this right at at the beginning of 2013 so it doesn't surprise me that it has high pageviews for the year, but I finally took some pictures of the living room and dining room together at my former home and answered all sorts of popular questions, wall color, drapery source, etc. The funny thing is that I changed up these rooms quite a bit right after I look the pictures, but the essentials are still there...
Hope you enjoyed! Did you have any favorite projects in 2013? What kind of projects do you have planned this year?