4.24.2015

BEST OF THE NEST As A Guest!

That's a tongue twister!  Lisa, Kris, Jennifer and Pam invited me to be a guest for their monthly link party: Best of The Nest.  It's where they share their inspirational projects. 

 I look forward to it every month, so it's fun for me to be here now.  We want to see YOUR favorite project from April with the link party at the end of the post.

My favorite April project that (pleasantly) surprised my husband was our dining room refreshHe didn't know I was doing it and I should have done it sooner!


Lisa @ Shine Your Light
Lisa is making over her client's living room by giving new life to old pieces like this mirror.  Nice on the budget and the environment. Check it out.  She has a fun chalkboard idea, too!


Kris @ Driven by Décor 
I love the acrylic drapery rod with brass hardware that Kris installed in her home office!  Super stylish (I pinned it)…find out how she did it.

Pam @ Simple Details 
Pam's living room refresh is a mix of fresh, traditional and eclectic …cool and collected!  And she is The Master at Craigslist. I learn from Pam all the time.


Jennifer @ Dimples & Tangles
You can see most of Jennifer's colorful home with her spring home tour! She has lots of great advice to help you create a home you will love. 


Now it's your turn!!
Share and inspire with your ONE BEST 
art/craft project, tablescape, room design, home improvement or recipe from April.

Not a blogger? Join us on Instagram by using the hashtag #bestofthenestparty 
and tagging at least one of the link party hosts:
Lisa (@lisashineyourlight)
Kris (@drivenbydecor)
Pam (@pamsimpledetails)
Jennifer (@jenniferdimplesandtangles)
Mary Ann (@classiccasualhome)

LINK TO YOUR POST URL, not your blog home page.
ONE LINK PER PERSON - 
the best of your nest! (additional links will automatically get deleted :( )
LINK BACK TO THE BEST OF THE NEST PARTY IN YOUR POST with a text link or button.

Thanks, Lisa, Kris, Pam and Jennifer for inviting me to your party!

11 comments:

  1. How fun, always enjoy your gorgeous projects!!

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  2. You're a wonderful host. How fun to be apart of this!!!

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  3. lovely blog as always .. but please could you help ... you posted sometime ago a " rule " for dressing a coffee table ... something tall , something small ... and i can't remember the rest , could you possibly tell me what else was the general guideline ? I tried to look back but couldn't find the relevant blog ... thanks so much ... ardent admirer , Karin ( South Africa )

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    1. You are so kind Karin!!! That post was here...http://www.classiccasualhome.com/2015/02/project-design-how-to-style-your-coffee.html
      Think: Tall, Small, Fresh, Interesting, Candle Have a great weekend!

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  4. So much fun to have you join us this month Mary Ann!!

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  5. Wow Mary Ann these ladies including you have really got it together! I am off to visit!
    ???? Do you have any tips on the care of the fiddle leaf fig tree. I have one and it is doing better; however I still get some brown edges ( I feel like I am feeding and watering enough) email me if you want kalbert1@kc.rr.com

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena
    Artist Brad Oliphant

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    1. Karena, it has to have filtered sunlight for half the day and just about two quarts of water a week and plant fertilizer once a month.

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  6. Ah thanks so much for the link Mary Ann , have written it down this time !!!

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  7. So fun to see these wonderful bloggers getting together and sharing their projects! Love that they've included you, my still #1 MOST favorite blog to date!!! Loving your dining room refresh! Have a great weekend!
    xoxo Gail

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  8. I love to have at least one DIY a month, and in April I painted my kitchen walls white, but nothing exciting to show....yet! Great link up idea and glad youre a part of it! love your DR refresh! xo Nancy

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  9. When we arrived at our ceremony and venue everything was better than I could have imagined. I literally was speechless when I saw how it all had come together. The event planner team had made sure every single detail was accounted for and perfect.

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It's SO nice to hear from you!

 
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