As I do at the close of every year, I spent some quiet Me time reflecting on the blessings, gifts, lessons, and challenges of 2015. In the spirit of reflection, today I'm sharing the 10 Most Popular Posts of 2015 on The Interior Frugalista.
10 Most Popular Posts of 2015
When I checked my blog analytics, some of the posts that made the list surprised me. You think the posts that were the most time consuming and challenging would be the ones that would make the list, but oftentimes it's the quick and easy projects that are the most popular.
So without further ado, let's start with the 10th most viewed post in 2015...
10th Most Viewed Post - How To Make An Ordinary Mirror Look AntiqueHow To Make An Ordinary Mirror Look Antique
I turned an inexpensive mirror purchased at Wal-Mart into fabulous wall art for our dining room. It was so easy to make and has become the focal point in our dining room.
9th Most Viewed Post - Black Old World Map Table
8th Most Viewed Post - Garden Bench For Two
7th Most Viewed Post - Queen Anne Armchairs Makeover
I did the happy dance when we picked these armchairs up on Kijiji for a song. After a makeover with chalk paint and new upholstery, they made a perfect pair for in front of our living room window!
6th Most Viewed Post - From Headboard to Dining Bench
5th Most Viewed Post - Fall Wreath With Scrabble Tile Banner
4th Most Viewed Post - Duncan Phyfe Dining Table Makeover
3rd Most Viewed Post - Restoration Hardware Inspired French Secretary DeskFrench Secretary Desk Makeover
This small Secretary Desk was one of those red stained mahogany pieces with brass hardware that were so popular in the day. When I got my hands on it I gave it a makeover with a Parisian flair. Think Bombay Store meets Restoration Hardware!
2nd Most Viewed Post - Built-In Bedroom Window Seat and BookcaseBuilt-In Bookcase and Window Seat for the Master Bedroom
Since buying this house almost two decades ago, I had envisioned a window seat overlooking our back yard. We are fortunate to have a private yard with mature trees that backs onto a green belt. When we had the window opening enlarged and the window replaced, my vision became a reality.
Most Viewed Post of 2015 - 70's Coffee Table To Upholstered BenchFrom 70's Coffee Table to Upholstered Bench
I made this bench for my son and his girlfriend for their new home. It's been a hit both on my blog and in real time. I'm happy to report that it's held up well in their high traffic front entry.
It has been such an amazing blogging year and so much fun to look back at all the projects completed over the year. What I've enjoyed most, are the friendships and connections that I've made through this little corner of the blogosphere.
I would like to take this time to give a BIG Thank You to each and every one of you for taking the time out of your busy lives to stop by for a visit. I value your friendship, readership, comments, support, and encouragement more than you know.
Wishing you all a
Happy, Healthy, Prosperous, and Creative