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Your tomato plants were beautiful. But the tomatoes never showed up. Here's why and how to solve for it. | Photo: MAP/Nathalie Pasquel | thisoldhouse.com

Aww how cute! ....From another pinner: "My Dad used to come to our rooms armed with "Monster Spray" when we had nightmares. He sprayed it under the bed, in my shoes, all the places monsters might hide. I loved it, the scent comforted me til I fell asleep." what a great idea!

This exotic Italianate from the early years of the Victorian era is finished with natural shades of sand, stone, and brick. | Courtesy of: California Paints | thisoldhouse.com

Just about every detail of this faithfully restored Queen Anne–style home is called out with a different color, right down to the railings. | Courtesy of: Sherwin-Williams | thisoldhouse.com

Water Bottle Storage. Finally a solution for bottles and travel mugs! This makes so much more sense than cabinet space.

Save pantry space by tacking boxes to the wall { So simple and so useful! }

Critter Spray...for everything that eats your garden.

Cutting board that weighs! Love this! Great gift for any cook on your list.

Awesome use of usually wasted space... I think this could be done with pre-made cabinets from Lowes or Home Depot.

This reader's small basement doubles as a guest room and home theater with a murphy bed that folds up to reveal a projector screen. Check it out! 2013 TOH Dont Buy It, DIY It! Contest | thisoldhouse.com/yourTOH

GENIUS…Line a pathway with rocks painted in glow in the dark paint. During the day they “charge” in the sun and in the evening they reflect the stored light. Rust-Oleum Glow in the Dark Brush-on Paint.

The world's most perfect fertilizer + pesticide is epsom salt. Every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt. You will have a great garden all season.

Plant Buddies...guide on what to plant next to each other and which flowers keep certain bugs away.

Lay a thin strip of "backsplash" tile in between the large tiles, instead of just using grout.

putting stone under the bar counter makes sense to minimize scuff marks when people are seated on stools around your breakfast bar. Interesting.