Wow 2016 has been a big year around here! 2015 was the year of renovating, and 2016 was the year of decorating. All of our rooms were finished, and we were able to finally start to make our fixer upper feel like home.
Here’s the top posts of 2016 – can’t wait to see what 2017 brings!
This video went semi-viral on Facebook – you can see/share it here. This was SO simple – and we love how our hardware looks now that’s it’s brought back to it’s original beauty.
I made this gift guide for Christmas, but they’re gifts that can be given all year long for birthdays/anniversaries/anything else you have to celebrate! And since everything is under $50 (and lots are under $25) you can stay on budget. There are ideas for her, him, home, girls and boys.
#8: Hallway makeover
One of my favorite projects ever – our hallway makeover. It already looks pretty different – I will have to write an updated post to share all of the new pictures this winter!
I gathered up my very favorite fall farmhouse decorating inspiration for this post – there’s some of my most favorite bloggers featured in here!
I made this page to share our story from the beginning – and then added our before and after page here. I love sharing our story because I have SO many people who tell me they are living through the same kind of situations that we found ourselves in!
This post had some awesome ideas and simple home decor tips to add farmhouse Christmas style to your home.
One of my very favorite projects – I transformed this thrift store hollow core door into our sliding barn door in our kitchen. See the full tutorial here.
I’m so glad this one made it to the top three – I waited over a year to write it! I gathered up our best money saving tips and secrets and put them all into this post.
I kind of have a thing for wreaths – and I also love online shopping because it’s pretty terrible to shop with two toddlers. I have found some amazing sources for farmhouse wreaths online and I shared them all here.
#1: Large wood sign tutorial
And the number one post of the year…how to make a large wood sign! Bonus: it doesn’t require any special equipment. If you sign up for my e-mail list at the bottom of this post, you can get your free printable template to make your own sign too 🙂 Make sure you tag it with #1902Signs!
It’s been an incredible year, and I’m BEYOND thankful for you, my readers. I am so thankful to be able to do what I love and work from home with my two little kids (and since I get asked a lot – here’s how I make money blogging.)