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The Perfect Pin from Social Stylate: Fall Decor

How to Make Chalk Paint :: not the chalkboard type of paint, it's like the Annie Sloan chalk type of paint! cool...tutorial.

Concrete gap filler. Never weed again!! I did this on my patio and driveway. Love it! This is what parks and public places use. Available at Lowes and Home Depot in different colors in the concrete dept. I need to show the hubby this!

DIY Problem Solvers and Household Tips

familyhandyman.com

If you want your house to smell heavenly, boil some orange peels with a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon on Medium heat. ~ I do this come Fall and everyone loves it - an old Southern trick

burlap wreaths by Susie Harris

Frame out those boring builders mirrors with stock lightweight molding and corner blocks. I put mine up with a hot glue gun!

This lady tells you how to redo furniture WITHOUT sanding or anything! And she swears by benjamin moore ironclad latex low lustre metal and wood enamel. Also she uses cheap foam rollers from walmart and cheap foam brushes from hobby lobby. First, Cut in the trim and angles with the foam brush then roll on the paint with the roller.

Acid-stained Concrete. looks very rich...much better than plain old concrete.

Don't be so quick to pass by an old dresser missing half its drawers. Now a beautiful bench with storage.

Lily & Thistle: A Quick Trick for damaged wood. I can't believe how well this worked. Mix together 1/4 cup of canola/olive oil and 3/4 cup vinegar. Dip a rag in it and simply wipe.

This site is so addicting! This site has TONS of pics of rooms in houses, different styles, ideas....amazing! so addicting...

VERY COOL WEBSITE. enter the dimensions of your room and the things you want to put in it... it helps you come up with ways to arrange it.

Ceramic tile that looks like wood.....perfect for a kitchen, bathroom, or basement.

One day I'd like to rip out the wallpaper in my kitchen and paint it this color - Sweet Caroline by Benjamin Moore