Thursday, December 27, 2012

Some of My Favorites for 2012

When I started making a list of projects
I would like to accomplish in 2013,
I took a look back over my favorite projects in 2012.

Here are a few...

At the beginning of the year,
we installed a beadboard ceiling in my laundry room.
I still smile every time I go in there!
Beadboard Ceiling

And soon after we added a schoolhouse light
which really finished the look.
Laundry Lighting - Before and After

My eight year old was tired of his "baby" room
so in the spring we gave him an update...
(with his input of course!)
My Son's Room - Before and After
He adores his new room now!

I tackled my messy master closet!
And am proud to say,
it still looks pretty close to this today!

And just recently,
I bought the Ballard Sonoma Bookcase
for my conservatory.
This purchase has jump-started some ideas for the room
and I plan to add some more pieces in there 
in 2013!

Wow, 2012 really blew by didn't it?
If you want to see some of my favorites for 2011 - click HERE.

I have enjoyed blogging so much this year
and look forward to sharing more projects with you
in 2013!

Best wishes for a Happy New Year!
Cheers everyone!
xxoo

What projects did you accomplish this year?

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19 comments:

  1. I really love your beadboard ceiling in your laundry room. It looks lovely. Have a great weekend

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  2. Your son's room turned out great! My son would love that train poster- he's so into trains right now.

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  3. Great projects, Shelley. It is great meeting you in the blog world. Cheers to 2013!!!! xo

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  4. Love them and want to do some of the same ones in 2013 - laundry, master closet and the pcp's room!! Happy new year girl! xo

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  5. I love the bookshelf and the closet organization. Looking forward to doing that a bit myself in January...

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  6. Such a successful year you had decorating. Absolutely love the beadboard ceiling. I already have that on my list to do in my laundry room in 2013. Blessings to you and yours for the New Year.

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  7. I would smile if I had a beadboard ceiling too! Your laundry room puts mine to shame. Happy New Year Shelley!

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  8. Your beadboard ceiing and your son's room turned out amazing! Thanks for stopping by and leaving such nice comment, you don't know how much I appreciate it! I wish you and your family a very Happy New Year!

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  9. Well hands down that beadboard ceiling and light fixture it the tops. I love so many things you do. Come by and check out my best of 2012!

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  10. You got a lot done in 2012. They year went fast for me, too. I am looking forward to a productive 2013. Will you be making a list?

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  11. You certainly accomplished a lot.

    I had not thought about what I accomplished in 2012 until I started reading all sorts of blogs today. Sometimes we focus on what we haven't done instead of accomplishments. My 1 year blogging date is coming up soon so I think I will do a look back then. Blogging has been my impetus to get things done.

    Happy New Year!

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  12. Wow, I can't believe it's been a year since you did the laundry room, I love it just as much today! Great accomplishments, Shelley!

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  13. Isn't it great to go back and see what you have done over the year? We have accomplished a lot and it is so rewarding. Great thing about blogging is that you get projects done! Sorry I couldn't meet up with you. Maybe next time! Thanks for being a follower!

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  14. What a beautiful year in review.....I especially love your laundry room ceiling. Happy New Year! Jane

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  15. I love your bead board ceiling. Serendipitous. This weekend my spouse and I have been working on a similar one for our kitchen.

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  16. I love all of your projects from 2012 ... the bead board ceiling is amazing! Happy New Year!

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  17. I’m so happy with your accomplishments, Calypso! Especially with your son’s room, which is incredible! The room turned into a cool haven. It would suit to every kid’s unpredictable mood.

    Terence Watthens

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  18. I love your ideas! I am getting divorced and am leaving my large suburban home and moving to a small 1950's craftsman that my ex just scoffs at. I am a contractor and pretty creative. It is my plan to make this little house a real charmer. I have a 5 year old and I love the paint color in your boys room. Would you mind sharing what it is?

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    1. Clint - I wasn't able to respond back to you since you are showing as a "no reply" but the color is Benjamin Moore Amsterdam. Hope that helps!
      Shelley

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