Welcome to this week's Fall into Fall party.
Before we get to the party, let me catch you up on what's been going on this week at DIYbyDesign.
You can check out the new Drexel Heritage mirror I scored at Home Goods that I hung this weekend in my dining room. It took some shifting of furniture and pictures, but it was all worth it.
I also reinvented a window seat by transforming it with contact paper. To finish it off I added new fabric on the seat and two new pillows. I made the wall art as well.
Last week's party was filled with so much inspiration. Here are this week's features:
Do you love Showhouse tours as much as I do? Head on over to Worthing Court for the full tour of this beautiful Showhouse in Greensboro, NC.
The Dedicated House stained her banister from builder's grade oak to this gorgeous mahogany.
What a huge difference it makes to the room.
Liz Marie Blog did an awesome job transforming this coffee table into a shabby chic beauty.
House of 34 transformed an old dresser into this stunning piece. Love the details.
Amy Allender shares a tutorial on how to create a wreath using brown paper bags.
There was a Crooked House shares a great tutorial on how to make your own placemats.
Homey Home Design shares her recipe for creamy hot chocolate. This is perfect now that temperatures are starting to drop. Yummy!
Crafty Home Improvement (Mis)adventures shared her recipe for sloppy joe balls.
Now that's comfort food.
A few rules:
1. Please become a follower (if you already follow me on Google, I would love for you to follow me on Linky Followers, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest as well).
2. Please grab my party button above and display it either on your sidebar or somewhere in your post. This way word can spread about the party. The more people at the party, the more fun we will have.
3. Please enter the link to your actual post, not just a link to your main blog page.
4. Please visit others who have linked up. Everyone works hard on their projects and blogs...let's show each other some love by visiting each other. Let's have some fun and hopefully make a few new friends along the way.