For the Home
"Instead of buying an expensive barn door track kit, make one yourself. Fifty-eight dollars worth of hardware—including casters and plumbing pipes—transformed two salvaged 10 dollar doors into a barn-style entry."
Outdoor kitchen table with sink fed by a garden hose.
Because every home needs an awesome place to read...and hide! Or an emergency spare bed. Love the library ladder.
Good old Martha taught us that rather than buying those ridiculously expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug won't be going anywhere! - AMAZING!
nice way to add a pop of color
Awesome idea!!! Attach a basket to the underside of a desk to corral the cords! :) LOVE how tidy it keeps them!!!
How to hide your router and other unsightly tech wires.
Love how this looks; it would already match the kitchen! A tiled wall brings color and drama to the range area in this kitchen. Because there is no upper cabinetry on the wall, the brightly hued tile takes center stage. While the tile's bold citron hue introduces modern flair, the subway tile shape exudes a classic vibe.
green tile backsplash
Sign for the front door.
Eliminate the need to run through the house looking for batteries ever again. Use a plastic tackle box with multiple sizes of openings to hold your batteries, grouped by size
double dish...the pistachio shells or olive pits or shrimp tails get dropped into the lower bowl. out of sight!
keep papers off of the counter in the kitchen. Must do this!!
Fold-Out Convertible Desk