Even though 2019 flew by I am excited to go into 2020 with lots of goals. Here is 10 of my best projects for 2019- Simple Nature Decor
10 of my products for 2019 for Simple Nature Decor
Let’s talk about 2019 and let me share some of my favorite posts that were favorites for many of my readers.
As you all may know I started my blog making oyster shell candle holder 7 years ago. Since then I have created all kinds of home decor projects with them. January 2019 I create my oyster shell bookends. It is probably my top pin on Pinterest. It started with 2 pieces of wood and a bunch of oyster shells. I am so honored that so many have pinned this.
I moved into my new home in January 2019 and the same month I created shelving for my outdoor shower. The shelving comes in handy during the showers I take in the summer after a good workout. I collaborated with Cedar Safe
This wellness post was one of my most-read posts for 2019 according to my google analytics. I find that interesting since I am a home décor blogger. I may write more about this topic.
My driftwood projects never get old for me to create. The bleach driftwood candleholder was really enjoyable to make and a super-easy project. The best part I found the driftwood by the water near my house.
If you want to save a ton of money and also learn an easy way to arrange prints on the wall. Then you will love this project. Framing prints on my walls is my favorite post of the year.
I have been working with Wayfair for years. I am one of there Wayfair Homemakers. I transformed the guest bedroom with easy decor accents such as bedspreads and other accents all from Wayfair. There pricing is affordable and always a good experience. This was a one of my easiest transformations and it generated lots of traffic.
I took a bunch of classes in watercolor and created all kinds of fun paintings. my favorite that I think I mastered was the pineapple watercolor print which turned to be very popular on Pinterest. Who says you can’t be an artist. It just takes patience and practice.
It’s never easy to change the color of a dresser from bright red to a neutral color such as beige. This post has done well for me because it shows simple steps to change the color by outstripping the entire color.
That watercolor class I took actually did me wonders. It taught me how to create leaves and to paint delicate flowers. I don’t think I could paint these flowers and leaves without taking the class.
I love my little blog. Each year I learn so much about what works and what doesn’t. I truly appreciate all the support my readers have given me in the last 6 years. Thanks so much.
For more top posts check out Simple Nature Decor top 2018 posts