Most recently I was a guest blogger on House of Turquoise - which is obviously the mother-ship for a turquoise-loving gal like me. I'm so flattered to have been asked, and thoroughly enjoyed meeting other folks who love turquoise as much as me!
The turquoise kitchen reveal has been getting a lot of attention, which feels surreal because for a looooong time it looked like this. Centsational Girl added our kitchen to her "Best of DIY" collection. Wow!
Delineate Your Dwelling featured the kitchen in the latest link party.
I really enjoyed link parties after the kitchen reveal - something I rarely do. But partying lead to neat things, like The Makers choosing me as their featured blogger!
Yep, linky parties were a real ego boost because a Stroll Thru Life also featured the kitchen, as did My Re-purposed Life.
Apartment Therapy also featured the space, which always yields a flurry of surprising comments. .
Some folks want me to add more colour. It's a good idea, but....NEVER!! I am in love with the kitchen palette which, to be fair, is different shades of aqua, blue, grey, cream and pale green. See? So varied. Adding orange and yellow is like adding oreo cookie crumbs to a butterscotch sundae for me. Certainly that sounds enticing to some (and I certainly do love butterscotch and oreos separately), but I just want to savor my butterscotch. And then maybe eat some oreos later. How many points are oreos?
But I know the feeling - there are many homes in blogland and in magazines that I'm just itching to tweak (or do-over completely). Sorry for causing any twitchy fingers, but I'm happy as a clam in the kitchen. And the turquoise laundry room, which Lindsey featured on Better After.
This is an oldie, but a goodie: my painted fireplace was featured on Remodelaholic.
In other news, Brit + Co featured my Ikea Expedit Hack in a fun round-up of Ikea shelf hacks.
Not only did I get many pats on the back for DIYing, my thrifting prowess even earned me some fist-bumps. Vintage Revivals included my Eames find in their newsletter, and then the secret mid-century sectional I have stashed in my garage was featured on the VR blog!