Friday, June 24, 2016
Here's the link to the template I used for the dice. Just print it and cut it out!
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Friday, June 17, 2016
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Monday, June 6, 2016
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Welcome to this Summer's Home Tour! Once again, I've teamed up with 29 other amazing bloggers to share our homes with you! Thank you to Marty from A Stroll Thru Life for hosting! If you are stopping by from Remodelando la Casa, welcome! Be sure to stick around to the end to find all the others joining in on the tour :)
So, I have to admit something. These past few months have been so crazy, busy with life that I feel like nothing has happened in my house since the Spring tour. In fact, as of yesterday, nothing had changed at all in my living room :) But, I whipped a few pillows together to help remedy that. I decided this year to go a little lake house-y for the Summer with lots of blues and yellows. I am loving blue and white stripes lately, you'll probably figure that out soon lol. Anyway! Let's get started :)
Here's my entryway. These barn doors are my newest addition. They have changed up my entry so much, I'm still trying to get used to them. You can read more about how I made them here.
Console Table: Target Sofa Bed: Ikea Bench: Target Rug: Rugs USA
Rug: Amazon Pillows: Home Goods Blue/White Fabric: Joann Tray: Home Goods Lamps: Target
Chair: Target Pillow: Ikea Table: Hobby Lobby
Rain On A Tin Roof next! You'll be sure to love Jenna's spunk and style! Here's the rest of today's tours also :)
Monday - June 6
A Stroll Thru Life | Life on Virginia Street | Remodelando La Casa | Thrifty and Chic | Rain On A Tin Roof | Duke Manor Farms
Tuesday - June 7
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
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Monday, May 30, 2016
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I, of course, made two of these doors, but here's how I made each one of them.
3 pieces of 3 1/2 inch molding, 8 feet
1 piece of 5 1/2 inch molding, 6 feet
For the main part of the door, I used plywood siding. This was the majority of the cost here. I found this siding for about $32 a piece at Home Depot. My doorway measured 60 inches wide and 86 inches high. So, I made my doors 68 inches wide and 88 inches high. Larger than the opening dimensions so there would be no gaps when the doors closed. So, each panel was cut to 34 inches wide and 88 inches high. You can have these cut at the lumber store to save time and your sanity :)
After sanding, I then added the last coats of paint. It took about 4 coats of paint to get the door completely white, two at the beginning and then two more at the end.
I bought this track from Amazon (click here). It was the cheapest one I could find at the time. It's 12 feet long, perfect for the opening I had. They do make smaller ones too if your doorway isn't as large. Here are a few that you can pick from.
I loved the style of this one. I would explain how to put this up, but if you purchase this, it gives you some instructions. The only thing I did differently than the instructions was I used a different drywall anchor and bolt than the ones they supplied. I only had to use two of these out of the 8 holes we used for mounting, so it wasn't too bad. I also had to cut down one of the sides by about 4 inches to fit, but that didn't change anything about the rest of it. These slide great and look amazing!
Plywood Siding: $32
3 pieces of 3 1/2 inch molding, 8 feet each: $19
1 piece of 5 1/2 inch molding, 6 feet: $7
Handles: $6.50 ($13 for the pair) you can also find some cute single ones from Hobby Lobby
Paint, Glue, Nails: On hand, no cost.
Both doors total: $129
Grand total: $255
A little expensive, but a lot less money than finishing a room in our basement to use as a guest room! Plus, if you are doing only one door, the grand total would be significantly less especially since the hardware would be cheaper too!
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