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#12. Add a pergola over your garage! ~ 17 Impressive Curb Appeal Ideas (cheap and easy!)

17 Easy and Cheap Curb Appeal Ideas Anyone Can Do

We are thinking of painting the yellow brick in our livingroom grey similar to the "after" picture here. More subtle though.

Properly Paint a Brick Fireplace

DIY: napkin holder as shelves for books or magazines <-- I have this! It's from IKEA. Love the idea of using it to organize my mail.

IKEA Hackers - Clever ideas and hacks for your IKEA

DIY industrial wire baskets - how great would these be over a changing table to hold diaper supplies?! #nursery #DIY

DIY industrial wire mail baskets

Take popsicle sticks and paint them the color of every wall in your house. Carry with you on the go to match furniture, curtains, decorations, etc. What a good idea!

Natty by Design: Customizable Paint Deck

Manufacturer of vintage looking stoves

Heartland Appliances - The Official Home of Heartland Appliances

How to transform your kitchen gradually when on a tight budget.

i'm seriously in love with this bed i would completely copy this! Romantic Bedroom

Pennsylvania Farmhouse Feeds the Body and Spirit

Plate Display: A collection of transferware plates and platters creates a quirky display above a floral couch. A vintage trunk used as a coffee table and matching wall-mounted lamps add even more personality.

101 Living Rooms You'll Love

A pop of color inside the cabinets.


Dog bed so they can dig around in the blankets and get comfy.


Hidden lock for doors drawers uses magnetic key. A good way to keep a certain someone out of my drawers.

Covert | Quirky

great plants for all kinds of shade! // Great Gardens Ideas //

Shade garden plant picks

calming living room: feels like home ** Color scheme - grey couch and blue on walls, patterned pillows

Πως διακοσμούμε μια επιφάνεια ή Tablescapes - Rdeco

Just add crown molding on top of door

me and jilly: front door miracle

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 wont be going anywhere!

In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks- Part 2!... | Postris

Why didn't I think of this? Curtain rod above the door and curtains tied back for the sidelights