Welcome to week #179 of Share Your Style!
This week, Meredith, from Southbound Blog is your host.
Hello there! I’m Meredith, and I’m so glad to be the host for this week’s Share Your Style link party!
I’m honored to be co-hosting with these talented bloggers.
Please be sure to check out all of the links below and follow along with our blogs. Following this group of wonderful ladies and getting to see all of their projects is one of my favorite parts about this link party!
Over at Southbound Blog, I share DIY & home decor projects. Some of my favorite projects are:
I love the ‘coastal farmhouse’ style, which works perfectly in our home near the beautiful Georgian Bay in Ontario. When I’m not making over every room in our house, I absolutely love browsing other blogs for inspiration and new ideas of what I can bring into my own home. This link-up is perfect for style inspiration! I am so excited each week to look through all of the projects that get linked up, and I can’t wait to share my favorites with you this week.
Here are a few of my favorites from last week:
I love everything about this DIY Farmhouse Console Table Plan with Drawers from Abbot’s at Home! The color is beautiful and I can’t get enough of the cross detailing! I would love to get into woodworking, but it just seems too intimidating to start using saws – I think I could maybe handle this one without the drawers ;)
I definitely want to try making some of these Easy DIY Wool Dryer Balls from Busy Being Jennifer! I have some plastic dryer balls that make a huge difference in how well clothes dry in our ancient dryer, so I’d love to try some wool ones and see how they compare!
How adorable are these Chenille Fabric Pumpkins from Flamingo Toes?? I love that she uses a not-so-typical fall color of blush pink, as it’s one of my favorite colors. I am not a great sewer by any means, but I think I could handle these! And how cute are the spoons for a stem??
Being so close to Halloween, I had to share these adorable Wood Pumpkins from Anika’s DIY Life! She made them from different scrap pieces of wood and they turned out so cute! You can make them any color you’d like to fit in with any style of decor, while still having a Halloween feel to them.
I love these Budget Living Room Decorating Tips from Suburban Simplicity. We’re about to start renovating our basement (it’s currently gutted and waiting for the studs to be replaced!) which I know will be costly – so I’ll be using these tips when it comes time to decorate the space!
That’s it for this week! Congratulations to our featured bloggers. Please be sure and grab our Share Your Style button and share it on your blog. Thank you so much for linking up with us!
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