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photos from each state they visited - glued onto a giant map and cut to fit the shape of the state.

Kitchen Cabinet Makeover for less than $250

DIY Kitchen cabinets less than $250 - DIO Home Improvements

map shade!- would love to find a place to put something like this. maybe the dining room?

ventilated drawer to store non-refrigerated foods (tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, onions)

Here's another storage surprise in the island: a base cabinet tilt-out designed to hold cutting boards and cookie trays.

this might work in the dining room. I was hoping for some sort of buffet but it's not as wide as it seemed on paper.

pantry organization - use soda racks to store canned goods.

Cast iron is an inexpensive, durable material for pots and pans that will last a lifetime -- and longer. The key to extending the life of your cast iron pans is proper care and feeding of the metal. Here are some time-tested, useful instructions for caring for cast iron.

How to build a closet without breaking the bank

Mudroom Storage Unit - this post has a tutorial on how an IKEA bench base, trim mouldings, corbels & lumber were used to build this awesome unit! This is such a great looking project & a perfect place for the kiddos to store their gloves, hats, etc.

{THE CHARMING NEST}: {Mudroom Storage: Reveal!!}

Cut Flower Preservative Recipe #1 -2 cups lemon-lime carbonated beverage (e.g., Sprite™ or 7-Up™) -1/2 teaspoon household chlorine bleach -2 cups warm water Cut Flower Preservative Recipe #2 -2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice -1 tablespoon sugar -1/2 teaspoon household chlorine bleach -1 quart warm water Cut Flower Preservative Recipe #3 -2 tablespoons white vinegar -2 tablespoons sugar -1/2 teaspoon household chlorine bleach -1 quart warm water