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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

DIY's That I Still Love

Sometimes we do a DIY project and it is fabulous (for a while) and then sometimes it is fabulous forever.   Here are a few that I still love.


Furnishing A Living Room For $96.98
This is the room I pulled together from Goodwill, Garage Sales, Dollar Tree and Roadside for my son when he moved into his new house. 
 Details and cost breakdown.
There have been a couple of additions to this room, (a blue wingback chair-$18.95- and an end table -$12.95- to replace the skirted table all from goodwill) but basically the same and so perfect for under $100.

Beadboard Added To Bookcases
 See what a fabulous difference a sheet of beadboard made.  Looks like a totally different unit.  You can see the entire post on how we did it here.


Before - the backs of these were really cheap pressed board and so dark and dreary.  Not very pretty.


Bedroom Makeover for $352.94
It's hard for me to remember where this room started, it looks so much better now.  Check it out

Oh my word, how bad was this.  I really had forgotten.  This is a hodgepodge of things that would fit when we downsized.

Of course my Mini Kitchen Remodel is still a favorite. Total cost $573.56.

I still love the Hall Bathroom Makeover too.
Huge change for $113.59

There are several other DIY's that I still love - how about you - got any favorites?

You can still link up to Inspire Me.  So much to see so check a few things out.

I am joining the following parties.
 Savvy Southern Style  , Green Willow Pond , Ivy and Elephants ,
 DIY by Design , We Are That Family ,Style Sisters ,
City Farmhouse ,Beyoned The Picket Fence ,
Home Stories A to Z ,Maison de Pax ,The Blissful Bee ,
Love of Family & Home ,The Dedicated House , Craftberry Bush ,
The Shabby Creek Cottage , Posed Perfection ,
 Katherines Corner , The Vintage Farmhouse  A Delightsome Life , 
 Imparting Grace ,  From My Front Porch To Yours 




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8 comments:

  1. Hi Marty,
    It was fun to see your DIY projects from the past. You have done so much for so little to your pretty place.
    Kris

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  2. Oh my goodness! I love your DIY projects and most of all I love the $$$$$ amount! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  3. You always have the best DIY projects with a great budget in mind!....I loved seeing your past projects...always a great bang for your buck!!!...Have a great day Marty!

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  4. I love these DIY's, and especially your son's apartment. Amazing how little money you actually need to spend and still have a beautiful room.

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  5. You always do so many wonderful projects and with not a great deal of $$$$!!!! I love that. You are such a wonderful inspiration to us all! Just looking at your bedroom a light went off in my head. I have been fighting with myself over bedding for our master since we moved in. Now I am thinking ,"Just go neutral" and then I can add whatever color accents I want. DUH!!!:) Thanks!!!!

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  6. Ahhh, you can't beat decorating a room for less than $100. And I truly love decorating on a budget too. Your rooms all look great!! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Wow great DIY's. Love the under $100 room...now that is talent!
    Miss Bloomers

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  8. Oh Marty, love all your DIY projects. DIY projects are so important for bloggers. This is something that make us all very proud of our selves.
    Have a lovely day!
    Hugs,
    Vesna

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