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AirStone (found only at Lowe's) as an accent added to bathtub/back splash/fireplace... you name it. This stuff is amazing!

Update Your Boring Builder Bathtub With AIRSTONE!

Classy way to have built-in bookcases around bed create headboard and serve as nightstands.

Gatsby - traditional - bedroom - boston - by Siemasko + Verbridge

Shelf above bathroom door

Organized Bathrooms

Buffet rehab using Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan in Paris Gray and dark waxes. Artist Michella Thorpe.

The Ugly 80's Buffet Transformation - Picklee

How To Use AS Waxes - awesome post that clearly explains how to wax furniture! + How To Cover A Scratch.

Chalk Paint® Dresser Makeover (Part 2 Using Wax) - Sand and Sisal

Annie Sloan's Chalk Paint. A coat of duck egg blue, clear wax with a hint of dark wax, and distress.

Sophia's: A Break and Some Chalk Paint Love

Amazing transformation for this old beat up thrift store dresser!!! Aubusson Blue Chalk Paint PLUS Missing Handle Made to Match!! #chalkpaint #aubussonblue

Aubusson Blue, Dresser Re-Do - Artsy Chicks Rule

Chalk Board would look so pretty in my room...just add Bible verse it would be perfect

How to Make an Ornate Framed Chalkboard : Page 03 : Decorating : Home & Garden Television

How to Make an Ornate Framed Chalkboard

This DIYer painted furniture and even the chandelier to lighten up her dining room.

Painting Dining Room Furniture

How to restore dirty tile grout! This is so great!

Use enamel oil based floor Paint from Glidden ...on wood furniture.... it will wear well. Put it on thin... takes at least two coats

StoneGable: PAINTING A PEDESTAL TABLE - painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Pure White. Then waxed.

Dining Table.....looking for an antique pedestal table like this; painted A.S. Old White w/ clear wax and hints of dark wax

Love that door on the left and the light walls with the dark floors.

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Easiest way to remove wallpaper ever! 1/3 cup white vinegar, 4 cups water, scrapper and 5 mins!!!!!....... Oh My Goodness, I JUST finished my 1/2 bath using this technique...(didn't measure)... I can't say enough about how easy it was! Forget the steamer!!!!! WOW! Thanks to the girl who first posted this idea!