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Framed series of pictures. Use scrap wood, and paint in different shades, staying in the same color family. Place B & W photo in frame and hang or mount to wood.

Baby Nursery Decor: Artwork

Barn style hung repurposed old doors, part of the Cedar Hill Farmhouse home tour... stunning!

City House Tour - Cedar Hill Farmhouse

Have Rusty DIY his pottery barn shelves and hang wine glasses over buffet in dining room.

Master bathroom idea

Area rug under the pool table from Northwest rugs #decor #MadeInAmerica #AmericanDreamSOD

NW RUGS | Rugs Portland, Rugs Los Angeles and Area Rugs Las Vegas

Stained maple cabinets with a chocolate glaze. Absolute black granite provides a strong contrast to the perimeter granite that has a lot of movement. The natural travertine backsplash plays off the neutrals in the granite.

Eddie Rider Designs Project Portfolio

Travertine Backsplashes.

Travertine Backsplashes

Tumbled Travertine Backsplash | Stonique Cast Stone Switchplates Cocoa Single Duplex ...

travertine backsplash

Travertine backsplash and granite countertops

DIY roman shades from cheap mini-blinds. tutorial on her blog. this way is a lot easier than the other types i've seen.

DIY: Roman Shades From Mini-Blinds |

DIY Roman Shades using old blinds, without any sewing. Looks like it might take 20 min to make these. Awesome.

Create Gorgeous, Custom Roman Blinds (Without Sewing!)

Like the backsplash (minus the Tuscan mosaic)

Tuscan Style Kitchens | Backsplash

Flooring Solution: Kim bought a house with existing tile combined with cheap laminate next to it. To be economical and tasteful she replaced the laminate with new tile on a 45 degree angle adding a decorative border for transition. It flowed nicely and looks great!

Painted Letter E on Reclaimed Wood Art Damask. $45.00, via Etsy.

"Bug Off" in a Mason Jar! Add floating candles, citronella oil, mint, lemon, lime, & rosemary. Perfect to keep the bugs away for a backyard party.

LOVE the way the hardwood meets the tile!