Welcome to Party Junk 304 – an upcycled link party
Every Friday, 7 PM through Sunday 11 PM Pacific
Happy weekend, junkers!
Did you get lotsa great pickin’ done this week?
I’m feeling a little deflated. I got a quote to plank my popcorn ceilings and it was VERY expensive. Boo. Now getting a comparison quote for new drywall, as scraping them isn’t the best option, since they’ve been repainted. Hoping for better news…
Since I’ve been in cleaning mode, I have NOT shopped for one thing. Kinda miss it! But I plan to reward myself with something amazing once my home is clean and repainted. What I REALLY want are two new chairs. But how to keep teen and cat claws from messing with them is the real question… any suggestions?
So! I’m glad you aren’t hung up on all those decisions like me, and you went ahead and created instead. Thank-you. I need these weekends to look at your stuff. Here are a few highlights from last week’s junk party…
This post stole my junk lovin’ heart. It is filled with exquisite kitchen ideas anyone can do with anything they have. But what steals the show are the use of crates in unexpected ways. Do visit. And check out that aqua cast iron pan! Kristy and Corey, your home is gorgeous!
Oh Angie, you sure know how to reach me… letters and junk combine into the perfect, productive sign! Big projects are nice, but sometimes ya just need a quick fix. This does it for me.
Planked and booked fireplace wall, by The Honeycomb Home
Oh my goodness Roxanne… may I please move this entire wall into my home? It’s perfection! Every bit of it. From the planked built ins to the loaded fireplace with old books. WANT. But you must go see the before… you kinda won’t believe your eyes.
Joan, Joan, Joan, stop it. Stop it now. I don’t have time to make this but now I want it! But what’s even cooler is the four continuos pieces. So unique and perfection for a long, empty wall! And hey, just add hooks if you need it busy hanging stuff!
Ya know, I was kinda sorda somewhat content with my kitchen before this picture unfolded before me. Now I realize what ailed me about my own… there isn’t enough originality in it yet. Planked walls, black light fixtures, grain sack painted benches, barn doors, brick wall pieces, and then there’s that custom table. Thanks, Kammy. I think…. 🙂 I’m drooling over this space!
Repurposed door office desk, by Nourish and Nestle
Yes. YES! This!!!!! Don’t overlook an old door with panels for a desk top. Teamed up with an Ikea bracket below, this can be yours too. Gorgeous! And I love that the door was not painted! Bravo, Lynn!
Creative way to store all those stencils / Funky Junk Interiors
When I was cleaning my junk stash, my eyes landed on WAY too many vintage hangers. And then it hit me… and the rest is history. This works!
As for me, I focused my efforts on cleaning my workshop. And solved a space issue, creating this box around something I didn’t want to move… talk about the ultimate dodge… 🙂
Bloggers, Link up your newest and coolest upcycles below… can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!
Non bloggers, feel free to share your own junk projects on my Facebook page HERE! You may even find yourself featured there… 🙂
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(not mandatory by the way…) Right click a button above, save to desktop, upload into your blog post like a photo, apply a no-follow attribute, and attach this post’s url as a link to the picture.
~ Party Junk blah blah linkup rules ~
1. Upcycled, DIY home projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog.
2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.
3. Only projects new to Party Junk please. The themed linkup (if applicable) is an exception.
4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog, Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook and I Love That Junk or it’s own new LINK WIDGET with no additional permission required.