Roomspiration Link Party

 

There’s a fun link party coming up starting Sept. 12. Twelve very creative bloggers will be hosting the parties. Not only do I hope to find some of my own home projects to contribute, but I can’t wait to see what other’s share! Join in the fun!!

Abode Love – entryways Sept. 12th
View Along the Way – living rooms  Sept. 14th
Homemaker on a Dime – bathrooms  Sept.16th
DIY by Design – guest bedrooms Sept. 19th
Family Brings Joy – craft rooms  Sept. 21st
Involving Color – dining rooms Sept. 23rd
All Things Bright & Beautiful – kids bedrooms Sept. 26th
a la mode – nurseries  Sept. 28th
Just a Touch of Gray – master bedrooms  Sept. 30th
The Blooming Hydrangea – closets and nooks  Oct. 3rd
The Mustard Ceiling – laundry and mudrooms  Oct. 5th
The DIY Showoff – kitchens  Oct. 7th

Jenny

Don’t bother me, I’m pinning!

Nowadays, I spend more time on Pinterest.com than any where else online. It’s like a digital bulletin board that lets you “pin” and organize eye candy from online. For creatives like me, it’s quite the addiction! It’s an awesome way to gather, save, and share ideas across all kinds of topics: handmade crafts, home decor and remodeling, food recipes, and more. Find me on Pinterest and my bulletin boards here:

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Here’s my latest Pinterest love:

Farmhouse bathroom with gray and white tile and galvanized tub

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Antique Door Converted to Headboard with Sconces

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And another great idea shared by my friend Jess Powell of Pink House Marketing! She converted two matching antique doors into a headboard and footboard. After a fresh coat of paint, the doors were halved and received hinges that allow folding for easy transport. The headboard received a trim treatment across the top for a clean cut look, followed by sconces. Although they’re normal sconces from the local Lowe’s, these particular ones are far from normal–the antique doorknobs below control the lights! They push for on/off function, and twist to dim the sconces!!! It does NOT get any cooler than that–this is officially my most favorite use of antique doors!!! Thanks, Jess for sharing!

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Jenny