RRR Features and Slipcover DVD Winner

It’s so exciting to see all the wonderful projects that get linked up, they’re always so inspiring. We loved visiting each and every link and seeing all that talent. Thank goodness we had help from our guest judge Linda from It All Started With Paint.
Hopefully over this past week you’ve had a chance to swing by and see all of her incredible projects, especially her son’s orange, grey, and black bedroom. I guarantee you, it’s pin-worthy.  Alrighty, let’s get down to business.

Linda’s pick:
This (sorta) Old Life‘s Salvage Door Coffee Table. It’s green (upcycled green doors in fact) and practical (built in storage and wheels). Rita and Cane make an amazing team …
door coffee table
Dustin and Whitney’s pick:
This one was just too clever to let slide. A doggie bed made by I Am Julie B out of an end table is repurposing genius. I figure that with a four poster bed and a nickname like “princess” Julie is going to have to start serving filet mignon instead of puppy chow…
end table dog bed

Linda’s pick:
I feel Andrea’s pain over her teeny tiny bathrooms (mine are all square foot challenged) but they gave their small space big style with that bead board trimmed out tub face …amazing job Queen B and Me!
bathtub makeover
Dustin and Whitney’s pick:
Kelly from View Along The Way took us on an entertaining journey from cradle to grave of their custom built-in cabinets. She had us at “Shut up and show the pictures.” We were really drawn to this since we have to do something similar in our basement. Good stuff!
built in cabinet plans

Linda’s pick:
Take the Side Street‘s Boys Room Reveal — Anna, whose profile made me smile, has included some great details in the room she created for her boys. Love the chalkboard closet and bins for magazines and books and striped drapes…
boys room decor
Dustin and Whitney’s pick:
Susan with Maple & Magnolia calls this a sleeping porch but our eyes were too busy admiring her gorgeous photos to get any shut eye. We call it the best relaxation chamber we’ve ever seen, it’s simply stunning!
shabby chic white porch

Reader’s Choice
Taking the most clicks this week by far was the incredible kitchen tour by Kelly at Eclectically Vintage, and it’s easy to see why. This transformation is a real eye-popper – you won’t believe it’s even the same kitchen when you see the before shots! Her back-splash and light fixtures are absolutely fantastic!
farmhouse kitchen remodel
Tied for the next most clicked link of the party was Keeping It Cozy’s bathroom storage. This charming and clever idea is so well executed and professional it’s amazing!
bathroom storage
Chaotically Creative shared a fun and thrifty bedroom that’s simply divine. There’s a story behind each piece and it all came together wonderfully! (oh, and do not miss her boys room reveal!)
bedroom redecorate

Hearty thanks to Linda for helping us out and congratulations to all our features, it was a pleasure! If you nabbed a feature either here or on Facebook, feel free to help yourselves to one of our featured buttons.

Since there are five Fridays in March we’ll see you back for a new party on April 6th, so start thinking of your next Repurpose-Remodel-Reveal transformations now. Thanks for linking up!

And remember, if you’d like to pin these (and really, who wouldn’t?), please remember to do so from their respective websites to give credit where credit is due.

We randomly picked a winner of the How to Slipcover DVD from Slipcovers By Shelley…drum roll please…

Hollie from I’m Busy Procrastinating was link/comment #169, congratulations Hollie, get in touch with us and we’ll arrange for your DVD to be sent! And since you mentioned you already have a project in mind, we all want to see how it turns out!

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  1. Wow – I am thrilled to be the reader’s choice for my kitchen! You guys (Rooster, Hen & your readers) rock!
    I’m in great company here with lots of fabulous ideas — love that door turned coffee table and those striped drapes!

  2. How exciting to have our bathroom storage featured here! (I can’t wait to tell my husband this was a reader’s choice – he will be thrilled!) Thanks for the opportunity!

  3. Love all the features (especially Kelly’s kitchen and that AWESOME coffee table from Rita! Seriously. You guys have the best party. So much inspiration. Well done Whitney and Dustin and Linda :)

    Have an incredible day.

  4. Thanks so much for featuring my little bookshelves — and for all the amazing inspiration in these other features! Adding your button my featured page. :)

  5. Hi Whitney. Thank you so much for featuring our bedroom on your beautiful blog with such wonderful comments. Your blog is very inspirational.

  6. Such great fun to serve as “guest judge” … there were so many wonderfully creative link-ups which made picking one in each category a serious challenge!

    Love your picks Dustin & Whitney! And so thrilled (but not surprised) to see Kelly’s kitchen as the most clicked this time around …


  7. We have had such an amazing week, and this is the icing on our cupcake. I can’t wait to check out all of these features, but especially the small bathroom (as we’re seriously stalled on ours), and the bathroom storage, and the built-ins (we’ve got a wall that needs some attention), and that bedroom just for the colorful fun of it. Going to…just as soon as I finish today’s (late) post!

  8. Awesome features, guys!! I think Kelly’s kitchen is my fave, but that doggie bed is too stinkin’ cute. Happy Friday! Plan to have a project or two to link up next time around!

  9. Wow, I can’t imagine trying to narrow down the links. That kitchen is drop dead gorgeous! The back splash alone is so very pretty. I understand how it was the most clicked on. I ran across Queen B and me and that darling bathroom makeover somewhere in blog land and immediately ran over to fawn all over her and follow. It so rocks! Lots of hard work sure paid off. Off to look at the other winnners. Congrats to all!! Thanks for hosting such a fun party-link-contest =)

  10. I am literally blushing right about now! I can’t believe that out of ALL that amazing stuff, I got featured… Thanks Linda, you know you inspire me, now I love you even more!
    It’s always fun to get positive recognition for lots of hard work!
    THANKS again you made my week!!!

  11. Love the features~headed over to check them out! You know I really wanted to win that DVD, but that’s life! Congrats to Hollie!

  12. Wow! I’m so bummed I missed the party last week…the sacrifices of a family vacation. 😉 But so many great features, thanks for picking out some good ones. I am in love with that side table turned dog bed, so great! And bead board and batten on a tub…I might need to do that sometime.

  13. Thanks so much for featuring my boys’ room! There are some great projects linked up… that readers’ choice kitchen is gorgeous!

  14. Excited to win Shelley’s DVD! She’s already contacted me, and I’m looking forward to checking it out!


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