{Guest Post} Danielle at Danielle Oakey Interiors

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

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Today's Best of the Best is one of my newest blog crushes, Danielle from Danielle Oakey Interiors. She has great ideas and projects, and a beautiful eye for color and design. I'm so excited to watch her business grow...and to snag the ideas she shares along the way!

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i am thrilled to be guest blogging at hi sugarplum.
cassie's creativity and witty sense of humor keeps me coming back daily.

she asked me to share my most popular blog post in 2010
to my surprise, it is my $46.00 diy headboard.

this was one of my favorite diy projects.
it only took 6 simple steps and was super easy.



1. set in place 2. draw outline 3. cut. 4. staple batting 5. lay down fabric. 6. staple fabric.

i love the end result.
it was the perfect beginning to my daughter's bedroom.


since then, her room has come a long ways.
a couple more diy projects and i am finished!

 
the best part, i hope to finish the entire bedroom for under $350.00!

thanks for letting me share cassie!
i hope you are enjoying your family time.

 
xo,
danielle

Thanks so much Danielle! Your daughter is going to just ooze style after growing up in that room! And I just realized that is the same fabric I've been considering for my new living room drapes!! Go check out all of Danielle's projects, including the DIY Deer Head that's got the blogworld buzzing!

Tomorrow is none other than my BBFF (blogger bff), Megan, from Honey, We're Home!

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13 witty retorts:

  1. I am dying over this DIY project. I have never (and I have seen lots) ever seen a DIY headboard that turned out this fantastic! For me, the shape is what makes it. Great job. M.

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  2. I love Danielle and her blog- her DIY's never cease to amaze me and this headboard is no exception- fantastic!!!

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  3. The fabric is absolutely breathtaking, especially paired with those blue side tables. Off to check out Danielle's work & blog!

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  4. I love that Robert Allan fabric... for a while I had that fabric lining the back of my bookshelves in the dining room and the same drapery/pillow blue trellis fabric upholstering my chairs. It makes a great little girl's bedroom too. Must go check out that blog :-)

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  5. thanks for letting me participate in this series! I have loved reading about other bloggers christmas traditions and i can't wait to hear what megan has to say!

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  6. Love Danielle! I am inspired to do that for my daughter's room. Maybe I will add it to my 2011 list!

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  7. That room is so adorable! Love the fabric choice for the headboard.

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  8. Oh my gosh! I love this project and I'm dying over the fabric! It's darling, and her little girl is so lucky!

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  9. I want Danielle to come move in with me and work some of her diy magic. Her projects are seriously professional looking, creative, and gorgeous.

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  10. danielle is wonderful! i love her modern, yet still classic work!

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Your comments are like crack, or popcorn with milk duds, I just can't quit them. And unfortunately, because of insane amounts of spam, I've had to disable Anonymous comments for awhile. I just didn't need any more information on penis enlargements! But you can always email me! xoxo, cass