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DIY Kitchen Decor: A rail at the end of a cabinet is a perfect use of wasted space. Hang towels, pot holders or pans from it.

Brooklyn Limestone: Real Rooms: Lulubelle's Kitchen

DIY Nooks and Banquettes • Ideas Tutorials! • Build your own kitchen nook or banquette!

I have to do this! They have the lanterns and letters at Hobby Lobby.... Could change the "insides" with the seasons.

Stackable Christmas Sayings… Too Cute!!

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Genius – 28 Pics

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Genius - 28 Pics

Update from ssanke: The key to making the finish on your spray-painted hardware durable is to sand/rough up every surface before spraying with Rustoleum Oil Rubbed Bronze. (Best I've found for updating hardware.) Also, it's best to do several LIGHT coats or you will get drips. Let dry COMPLETELY before re-installing. I replaced many of my standard knobs with "the real deal" but I did this for larger, more costly handlesets. It's holding up great on our back door which gets *heavy* use.

LiveLoveDIY: How To Update Old Brass Doorknobs With Spray Paint

Putting fabric on the wall with starch via Stephanie at Cre8tive Designs, Inc.

How to wallpaper with fabric using starch - Cre8tive Designs Inc.

fabric on walls using starch and an iron. comes off like a breeze!

How To: Fabric Headboard

DIY Sliding Door

DIY Sliding Door | The Lettered Cottage

Turquoise Room: Bedroom. I love turquoise. This room is perfect. I love the different textures and materials used.

Laundry room decor for sure Save Dobby. Harry Potter

Paint your knife block. Great way to give the kitchen a pop of color.

Bathroom...Use regular curtains and take rod to the ceiling - so easy with huge impact!.

use a curved shower rod for window treatment...this would be so cute for privacy on a window seat!

Free Cabinet Door Storage Bin Plan - 30 Brilliant Bathroom Organization and Storage DIY Solutions

Plywood floor. Inexpensive paintable floor. A pinner said "Did this in our house...we just put the sheets of plywood down and routed out grooves...then some stain and poly...its been ten years and still looks great and we love it..."