Like so many of you out there, I also went to check my most viewed posts of this year. There were a couple of surprises, but overall they are all projects I loved working on and I am very happy many of you liked them too.
I want to thank each of you who had been so kind as to continue visiting, commenting, pinning and sharing my work :) without further ado here they are:
# 1 How my kitchen is holding up
I am not surprised that something related to the kitchen is in first place, after all, the kitchen makeover is my most viewed project of all time, but this post about how the kitchen is holding up shows that many of you are interested in knowing what to expect if you embark in a renovation like this.
# 2 Valentine Mantel
This project was a big surprise, something that was created while working on another big project and with the left overs of that big project, a last minute mantel that has had a big success on Pinterest ;)
# 3 How to make your curtains longer
The wacky curtain panels sizes in the market leave people with curtains too short or too long. This post is a solution when they are a bit too short.
# 4 Chippendale chair painted
It looks like there are still many of you wanting to test waters with chalk paint. Painting a Chippendale chair was my first experience using ASCP, a good beginner's point of view.
# 5 DIY Bookcases for bedroom
This project was the first of its kind that I tackled, it was big, I learned lots while completing it. It is a good guide if you are contemplating the idea of building your own set of bookcases. I love the final result.
# 6 How to install window trim
I love trim! This is not the first window that I've trimmed and perhaps not the last one. I guess it's not a big surprise we all love to dress up our windows ;)
# 7 Installing Faux Wooden Beams
This was without a doubt the most complicated project I got myself into this year. Building the beams was easy, even installing them was fairly easy, the hard part came by working with the high ceilings and that big heavy beam. Oh, and working in the attic :/
# 8 A Recycled Pumpkin
Cute, easy, cheap and the power of Pinterest, a proven good combination ;)
# 9 Laundry Room Mini-makeover
The power of paint and some new lighting was all I needed to revive the old laundry room makeover.
# 10 DIY - Inside Cabinet Plate Rack
One of my last projects of the year, installing a plate rack inside a regular cabinet is a good tutorial on how you can give this economical feature to your own kitchen. I'm loving it ;)
There will be lots more of RLC for 2014. Thanks again for following along on Facebook, Pinterest, or directly through your inbox.
Have a wonderful year!
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Hey, here you can now check the Top 10 projects of 2014:
And 2015 HERE: