As I look back on some of my favorite diy projects from 2015, I’m happy to see that many of the pieces completed before the move transitioned quite well into our home albeit with a new function in several cases.
It was worth it to keep plugging away at furniture makeovers, even while in moving limbo because it was especially nice to place freshly updated pieces into the new home even if we are planning to paint and update some of the rooms in the near future.
Here is a review of my favorite diy projects from throughout this past year.
The decoupaged coffee sack cabinet, which is currently in our new but unfinished basement.
The grain sack painted Sauder cabinet, which is now in Ken’s perfectly organized garage and still housing our fishing and camping gear.
The primer painted table lamp, which is currently working quite nicely in our living room due to the extremely plain look of white and dark gray.
The diy hanging board game art. These will go back up when we get our game room back up in full tilt, but it was probably my favorite game room project.
The Ikea Rast hack potato bin. I found the perfect spot for this in our kitchen.
The kitty crate hidey-ho. Our kitty never took hiding in or anything else involving this crate, so would you believe it’s making a great bedside table in the guest room?
The Maine inspired painted leaded mirror. This is one of my all time favorites, as it will always and forever make me think of the trip to New England with my son.
The upcycled kitchen cabinet to coffee table. I still have plans to give this “now” coffee table a new look, but for the time being, it’s holding all of our board games and working well as an “as is” coffee table.
I hope you all are having a great holiday season ~ Amy
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