I often wonder why I didn’t become a food or fashion blogger because the amount of time one DIY post takes is SO long (however, I’ll be the first to admit you don’t want any of my recipes or fashion advice)! I am in the middle of two fairly large DIY projects, and it will be awhile before I can post anything about either. So in the mean time, I thought it would be fun to share what I consider my best (and more recent) DIY projects!
- DIY PANELED WALL TREATMENT
This project was a result of wanting to give my family room an entirely new look. The DIY paneled wall treatment makes such an elegant statement. I do not claim to be a woodworker, but I am pleased with the result and spent around $300. Go HERE for the full tutorial!
- DIY BOARD AND BATTEN TUTORIAL
My boys’ room recently had a major makeover, and you can see all the furniture details by going here. I wanted to add a statement wall in the space, so I created this board and batten wall. It was built solo one afternoon, and (since I had everything other than the MDF board) this project cost me less than $100! The full tutorial is here.
- DIY KITCHEN REMODEL
My husband and I tore out our old kitchen and completely remodeled the space in 9 weeks. Read all about that DIY journey here! It was definitely my craziest and biggest DIY to date. I am so proud of what we accomplished, but I don’t think we will attempt a project of this size and scale anytime soon…
- DIY PAINTED TILE FLOOR
Our laundry room also serves as my crafting/DIY room, so it sees a lot of wear and tear (and lots and lots of paint). There was already paint everywhere, so adding a little more paint wouldn’t be a big deal. Here is the full tutorial on painting tile floors.
- DIY: INSTALLING A FARMHOUSE SINK
Installing a farmhouse sink proved to be one of our harder DIYs. I really was clueless how much goes into installing on – including building a base for the sink. All the details of this DIY can be seen here.
Want to see even more DIY project and tutorials? GO HERE!
And stay tuned – I promise there are more great DIY project tutorials coming your way. Good things come to those who wait! 🙂