It’s the new year! Looking back at the previous year, I’m always surprised at how much I’ve forgot! As part of my reflection process, I took a look at your favorite blog posts. Let’s see if your faves made the top 10!
To do a proper New Year’s Eve type count down, we will count the Reader’s Favorite Top 10 Blog Posts of 2021 backwards. Can you stand the suspense to see what made number 1?
When renovating our house we wanted to bring back the 1920s charm that had been removed, covered or painted.
Unfortunately, before we could focus on the aesthetics we had to take care of things like asbestos, lead and the boring but important things like electrical and plumbing .
To save money we chose to do some of the work ourselves, including setting tile.
The hexagon shape tiles we chose definitely help to bring the vintage vibe we wanted.
This topic does so well over on Pinterest! See the popular story pin HERE.
Is there a whole, big group of people with old windows in need of new sash cords? I wish I knew what the exact appeal of this post is. If you think of some ideas, let me know!
This project is so easy and can make such a big statement in your garden!
Did I mention this wire trellis is budget friendly too? And it won’t take long at all.
Gah! This project is a personal favorite.
I had always wanted a breakfast nook and we made it happen using builder grade supplies!
You can use big box store items to get a nook with a bespoke look. Rhymes are fun.
This is an updated version of a recipe my grandma would make when I was a kid.
I like that stuffed peppers can be tailored to so many diets, like vegetarian and vegan.
This dish is great for groups.
A lot of times when I work on a craft, I think about the different ways I could tweak it.
With this project I couldn’t help but put my ideas to work.
Here is the follow up to the post that made the tenth spot. It has all of the juicy reveal photos.
Tile projects are so fun!
This was one of the earliest projects we did after moving into our house.
I remember how excited we were to start digging in to the decorative part of the renovation. It was like seeing the light at the end of the complicated construction tunnel.
Since this post has been pretty popular each year, I wrote a follow up to share how the mantle is holding up.
2021 was the year I started to add recipes here on the site. Still working out some formatting kinks, so I’m surprised this post ranked so high!
Maybe I shouldn’t be too surprised since peach crisp is pretty irresistible.
And now, without further ado, the number one blog post of 2021 from This Dear Casa!
Another very practical post. Not exactly glamorous ha ha, but definitely helpful.
What do you think of the Reader’s Favorite Top 10 Blog Posts of 2021? Any posts that surprise you?
Hope you continue to visit the casa in 2022! Cheers to more DIY and recipes (since those seem to do well wink, wink).