Happy Monday! Today I'm doing a little recap of the past year. Maybe you missed a few posts or maybe you just want to take a little walk down memory lane with me! :)
DIY Fast and Fantastic Feature Wall- This is the feature wall I created in a couple of hours for a photo shoot. Check out the post to see the unconventional material it's made with.
The Preslar Music School Makeover had a ton of DIY projects including: a chevron fireplace, gold lampshades, a glowing drum coffee table, and a painted rug. Check out the link to see how the whole space came together and to get links to all the projects.
I created this DIY Customizable Art with peg board, colored pencils, and rubber bands. I love that kids and adults can customize this piece whenever a creative whim hits.
This office needed to do double duty with a new baby in the house. So we gave the space a total overhaul and created a Bright and Colorful Office/Playroom Combo.
Preparing a Guest Bedroom Retreat isn't all about the room's big statement pieces. Read this post to see how you can make guests feel welcome with small, but meaningful touches.
Sometimes the smallest nook or cranny can be turned into a functional and fun retreat. Check out this Closet Turned Recording Studio I did for a music loving client.
Have an old chair that you can't afford to reupholster? Try out this Dyed Chair Tutorial to give your piece a new lease on life for a few bucks!
Our Painted Glass Table Top is the perfect way to change the look of your furniture. This is a great way to freshen up antiques without devaluing them!
My love for the fish scale pattern continues to grow! For this project, I put the pattern on a light. Check out the DIY Fishscale Light on Design Sponge.
Like I said, the fish scale pattern is a fav of mine. I tried to find some affordable tile in the pattern, but when none was available, I decided to make my own. Here's the tutorial for the DIY Fish Scale Tile.
The DIY Ardex Concrete Countertops have been my most popular DIY project ever. I can see why! We love this product and all it can do!
Another popular project was the DIY West Elm Moroccan Headboard. You won't believe how easy it is to recreate this look with a very unexpected product.
Do you have an event coming up? Special installations can go a long way in making things feel special. Read about this DIY Ribbon Canopy I created for my brother's wedding!
The Taylor family had me over to design their Living Room. I love that the elegant end result reflects the family and what they value! Read all about the details in the post!
This DIY Sliding Metal Door is not what it seems. Some amazing metal paint turned an unimpressive material into a piece that looks completely authentic.
These DIY Crystals were a personal favorite this year. I love when I can create something that catches both men's and women's attention. :)
Natalie's Dining Room was the last project I completed this year. I loved turning this dining room into a vibrant and meaningful space for a beautiful family!
So, there you have it! The best of 2012! Here's to another year chalked full of designing, "DIY"ing, and dreaming!