I know I’ve been sharing for a while now on various social media sites, so if you follow me on Instagram or Facebook you may already know this news. But a few months ago I became a contributor on Remodelaholic.com! I’ve been sososo excited about my first post over there, and guess what! It’s finally here! Today is the day that I get to introduce myself to all Remodelaholic’s lovely readers, and I’d love for you to join me over there to make it a great welcoming.
What does that mean for you? Well, not a whole lot. Every couple months I’ll write a tutorial for them, and every couple months you’ll see me share a sneak peek in a blog post, like I’m going to do today. Then I’ll ask you to go to Remodeaholic.com to see the full tutorial. I’m always happy to share exciting news about whats going on in my life, and this is such a huge opportunity for me so I definitely will be sharing and shouting from the rooftops every time I write articles elsewhere!
So, this week Remodelaholic.com is having basically a Pallet Project party. It’s all things pallets all week long. I feel like pallets are inherently a fall thing. The color and roughness for some reason reminds me of hayrides and bonfires and hot cider. So for me all things pallets is perfect timing. This week I wrote a post about my pallet bedroom trim as part of a blogger challenge going on over there at remodelaholic.com. And today for my first official contributor post, I’m sharing another pallet project! I’ll be sharing a tutorial on my This wall rack .
This wall rack has been so good to us, it helps keep everything from hitting the floor or the bed when we get tired and just cant. just. cant. put our clothes away.
And it also has become kind of the staple of our bedroom. We have this really long wall, and this rack fills it up, gives it character and purpose without taking over our walking space. That’s especially exciting for Mr. Fox since it’s on his side of the bed.
This project was really a simple build, and I can’t wait to share it over on remodelaholic.com. Please if you could take a moment to click over and help give me a warm welcome! But just a warning…you may just end up staying there quite a while because everything there is just fab.