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Trending on Remodelista: DIY Design Inspiration

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Trending on Remodelista: DIY Design Inspiration

December 20, 2019

Everyone has different comfort levels when it comes to DIY. Some are perfectly happy getting down and dirty with glue guns, hammers, and beyond, while others prefer to leave the “doing” to professionals and focus on just the designing. In the end, it’s the DIY spirit that counts, as evidenced in these projects featured on our sister sites:

Above: Julie hired an architect to turn a dilapidated potting shed into a guest cottage, then decorated it herself. See the inspired transformation in Rehab Diaries: A Wellfleet Guest Cottage Revived on Cape Cod. Photograph and styling by Justine Hand for Remodelista.
Mandy Lee, the founder of Lady and Pups food blog, designed and oversaw the renovation of her small kitchen—and even stained the plywood countertops herself. She also worked with a paint company to get just the right color green for the walls and cabinets. Photograph by Mandy Lee, from Kitchen of the Week: The ‘Angry Food Blogger’ at Home in Hong Kong.
Above: Mandy Lee, the founder of Lady and Pups food blog, designed and oversaw the renovation of her small kitchen—and even stained the plywood countertops herself. She also worked with a paint company to get just the right color green for the walls and cabinets. Photograph by Mandy Lee, from Kitchen of the Week: The ‘Angry Food Blogger’ at Home in Hong Kong.
Above: Alexa’s DIY holiday table includes a brass candle holder she made using hardware parts she sourced from Home Depot. Photograph by Alexa Hotz for Remodelista, from Steal This Look: A Nordic-Inspired Holiday Table, DIY Candelabra Included.
Food blogger The Faux Martha shares all the elements of her laundry room rehab in Steal This Look: The Faux Martha’s DIY Laundry Room Makeover, Courtesy of Ikea. Photograph courtesy of Melissa Coleman.
Above: Food blogger The Faux Martha shares all the elements of her laundry room rehab in Steal This Look: The Faux Martha’s DIY Laundry Room Makeover, Courtesy of Ikea. Photograph courtesy of Melissa Coleman.
Event designer extraordinaire David Stark created a winter wonderland tablescape for Remodelista using inexpensive materials. Find the how-to in Glitz-Free Glam: Scandi-Inspired DIY Holiday Decor from David Stark. Photograph courtesy of David Stark Design.
Above: Event designer extraordinaire David Stark created a winter wonderland tablescape for Remodelista using inexpensive materials. Find the how-to in Glitz-Free Glam: Scandi-Inspired DIY Holiday Decor from David Stark. Photograph courtesy of David Stark Design.

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