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daydreamer // creativity junkie // scribbler // taco enthusiast // advocate for recess

Whatever room you’re working on, you want a welcoming feel to your environment and an engaging tone to your design. Below is an array of ideas for kid’s rooms, guest rooms, church buildings, and more. Be inspired in your creativity...

//room decor and design

Vintage Door Headboard. Take one vintage door, strip and sand off decades of paint layers, add some molding on the top, and resurface with chalk paint. The result, a great-looking headboard that works well with many themes (*Yorkie not included).
Vintage Door Headboard. Take one vintage door, strip and sand off decades of paint layers, add some molding on the top, and resurface with chalk paint. The result, a great-looking headboard that works well with many themes (*Yorkie not included).
Scrap Wood Furniture. These pieces were made ENTIRELY from scrap wood and materials in my garage—I didn't spend a dime. Furniture for our guest room included a pallet shelf, TV stand/shelves, and end tables.
Scrap Wood Furniture. These pieces were made ENTIRELY from scrap wood and materials in my garage—I didn't spend a dime. Furniture for our guest room included a pallet shelf, TV stand/shelves, and end tables.
Retro BMX Fork Lamp. When some jerk sells you a bent BMX fork on eBay, you make the best of it.
Retro BMX Fork Lamp. When some jerk sells you a bent BMX fork on eBay, you make the best of it.
A Pallet-Inspired Headboard. Here’s a queen-size bed headboard for less than $50. One 4X4X8 cedar fence post, two 2X4X5 cedar fence boards, four lag bolts, a handful of screws, and a well-worn pallet.
A Pallet-Inspired Headboard. Here’s a queen-size bed headboard for less than $50. One 4X4X8 cedar fence post, two 2X4X5 cedar fence boards, four lag bolts, a handful of screws, and a well-worn pallet.
Hanging Flower Jar. This simple and quick build is a great way to liven up a room. A couple of pallet boards, wire, metal strap, and a mason jar. Oh, and some fresh flowers and water of course!
Hanging Flower Jar. This simple and quick build is a great way to liven up a room. A couple of pallet boards, wire, metal strap, and a mason jar. Oh, and some fresh flowers and water of course!
Photo Wall. What better way to decorate a wall than with photos from your adventures! Print and frame in various sizes, and hang them randomly. I even keep multiple prints behind each and change them often for a fresh look!
Photo Wall. What better way to decorate a wall than with photos from your adventures! Print and frame in various sizes, and hang them randomly. I even keep multiple prints behind each and change them often for a fresh look!
It started with a print I bought at Hatch Show Print in Nashville, TN… Then some repurposed wood, rustic clipboard clips, twine, and presto!
It started with a print I bought at Hatch Show Print in Nashville, TN… Then some repurposed wood, rustic clipboard clips, twine, and presto!