This week I’ve been reviewing the past year to see what content was the most popular with my readers. Today I am sharing my most loved decorating projects from this year.
Top 15 Decorating Projects & Ideas from 2022
Well, I sure did a ton of decorating this year!!
Hey, I haven’t met a season or holiday that didn’t look better with a bit of somethin’-somethin’ added to the house!!
Let’s get right into it… we have a mix of dupe looks, seasonal decorating ideas, home tours, and thrift store finds and how I used them throughout the house.
- Pottery Barn Bedroom Dupe Looks
- Decorating with Thrift Store Finds in the Kitchen
- Decorating with Warm Neutrals for Christmas
- Cottage Spring Home Tour
- Celebrating Summer Tour
- Decorating My NH Home for Fall
- Ugly Vase Upcycle
- Spring Thrift Store Haul
- Decorating a Spring Entryway
- DIY Seaglass Rope Garland
- Decorating a Small Porch For Spring
- Fall Porch Decorating
- January Home Refresh
- Top Summer Projects
- Celebrating a White Christmas
I just updated all the links and made sure everything is still available to purchase. If you are looking to update your bedroom with a neutral modern vibe check this one out!!
This was a particularly good thrift store haul!! I found so many goodies that day at Savers. I can’t wait to hit the thrift stores in mid-January after everyone starts doing their New Year purges!!
It was sad to start packing it all up this week!! Everyone seemed to like this Christmas look using mixed metallics and warm neutral colors in my living room.
Is anyone else dreaming of Spring and the birds chirping in the morning?? I’m telling you I am counting down the days…I am not a big fan of the cold days of January and February here in New Hampshire. Take a cheerful tour of my home decorating for Springtime.
One of my favorite looks to create this year! Who doesn’t love a Summer party outside on a beautiful day?? This was a combo of my 2 favorite Summer things…anything having to do with the beach and patriotic colors.
6. Decorating for fall
This year I incorporated lots of pieces and elements from nature in my decorating every season. Even though this was a Fall tour there are ideas that you could use year-round.
I found a cool vase for $5 at the Todd Farm Flea Market in Rowley, MA last Summer. It has an amazing shape and a horrible paint job!!! I gave the entire thing a new look and it really looks like one of those super expensive vases from Pottery Barn or Anthropologie! The faux texture technique is a good one to check out…and then hit the thrift store and find your own ugly vase to makeover!!
Check out the thrift store haul I had last Spring for only $30!! On this day I really lucked out and found some expensive pieces for hardly anything!! My favorite find was probably the glass cloche that I scored for $4.99.
Oh, I really loved this Spring entryway look too!! I gathered up a few vintage finds and shared how to make some budget Spring art and my DIY nests. If you missed this one I think you will like it!
This project was inspired by a set of glass $100 beads that I saw in the Summer Pottery Barn catalog. I figured out a way to make a knockoff look with wood beads for a fraction of the cost.
This was a mix of vintage, thrifted, and DIY projects that I used to decorate my small front porch for Spring. Oh, and fresh flowers, bulbs, and pussy willows.
12. Fall Porch
After stopping at the farm stand around the corner from us and loading up the trunk with all kinds of pumpkins I was ready to decorate my porch for Fall. This is probably my personal favorite decorating project from 2022!
All my tips for refreshing your home in January after all the holiday decorations are packed up. There are a few easy things to try to make your home feel updated that don’t break the bank! I’ve just updated all the links to make sure the products are still available too.
This is a roundup of all my favorite Summer DIY projects that you can make. This rag wreath could be made for any season or holiday by just changing the fabric that you use! It would be so cute using Easter patterned fabric strips!! Hmm, I might make that this year…have to write that down before I forget it!!!
celebrating a white Christmas
I ended the decorating year with one last post showing my Christmas lights at night after a fresh coating of snow. It was a great decorating year!!
Well, that covered a little bit of every decorating season we’ve been through this year. As we wrap up 2022 I want to tell you how grateful I am that you have supported my dream job this year. Every time you stop by or check out a project it means the world to me and allows me to keep on creating new things to share!!
I’d love to hear what projects and decorating ideas that you want to see in 2023 on Cottage on Bunker Hill. Either leave me a comment below or you can always drop me a message through my contact page and it will get emailed to me