Find out the top 10 DIY projects and decorating tips of 2018: the best of Maison de Pax and other DIY home decor bloggers… Get a head start on popular trends for 2019!
Can it really be 2019?!?!? How is that even possible? Before racing headlong into the New Year and all it has to offer, I wanted to take a moment to look back on 2018 with the top 10 posts of the year. A special thanks to my friend Cami from Tidbits for organizing this little collaboration! You can see the top 10 posts – so many fabulous DIY projects and decorating tips – of some amazing bloggers linked below. Side note: apparently sectionals and marble counters are a big deal (you’ll have to keep reading to see what I mean). So without further ado, a little top 10 countdown…
Sectionals have come a long way from the hulking hunter green beasts I remember from childhood… But it still takes a special touch to decorate with them well. I shared all my tips and tricks for doing so when we revealed our family room makeover!
It warmed my heart so so much to see this post make the top 10, especially since it just went live a few weeks ago! If you haven’t read the story of the new property and the tiny house on it, I encourage you to do so… I know I’m biased, but I think it’s pretty wonderful.
We love our marble countertops (spoiler alert… we apparently are not alone in this!), but caring for them properly is obviously super important. And speaking of awkward video and technical challenges, this is definitely high on that list.
I felt a little like I was going back to my roots on this one with a simple, unplanned DIY furniture project (awkward iphone process pictures and all) that turned into a super popular post. And I’ve used the same technique on several things since then with great success!
Remember how I mentioned sectionals and marble counters? Well, that’s because they made the list TWICE! Readers not only loved the tips for decorating with a sectional, but even more popular was the family room reveal and the discussion of designing a small space with large furniture. Almost a year later, and we’re just as thrilled with the space! To comfortably sit 10+ people in a 13×13 room and still have the space feel open and uncrowded by furniture… I call that serious form/function victory.