Welcome to Motivated Monday here at BeColorful.
I'm a bit late with my post this week because of the Labor Day weekend.
I love Labor Day when we can get together with the kids and this year we had a great time up in Galena with two of our three kids and a terrific son-in-law. There was a lot of golfing and shopping. The girls went for facials and we all made time for a football game, and Breaking Bad. Then there was the food. Lots of food.
I love being inspired by all that my favorite peeps are doing. My daughter and I did a bit of furniture shopping and I always relish her input. I am anxious to finally make some decisions on our new bedroom furniture and I really appreciated her taking the time to listen to my ideas and offer some of her own great suggestions for our space.
So when I finally got back home tonight and started reading your posts looking for features for this week's Motivated Monday I was surprised to see that our own Liz had linked up a just completed project of her own.
Yes, I am a proud mama but I have to say that even if she wasn't my daughter that I would have featured her DIY lower level renovation because it is just that spectacular.
The bar area as you enter the movie room.
The sparkling chartreuse bathroom. I LOVE this color, especially when it is paired with the navy and the industrial touches.
This is just a sampling. To see the entire project you will need to stop by and see her here.
But enough of the nepotism right?
Moving on to the non family features...
I love love loved this bookcase and I know you will too so make some time to stop by and see this fabulous Ikea Hack bookcase project.Great colors. Wonderful photography.
A Little of This A Little of That
I love these overlays and I have been saying that I am going to try this. In fact, I think I have been saying that for over a year. Now that I see how well her project turned out I am moving this idea to the top of my to do list.
I also loved this personalized ceiling fan idea. I don't have anybody young enough for this sweet look but the same concept could be done with any type of pattern to create a unique look for any room.
and you will never guess what she used to cover those fan blades... gift wrap! For all the how-to's you can visit her blog for an easy to follow tutorial.