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I may need to go drill some holes just to do this - how cute! AND I have marbles from when I was a kid! jf DIY: Glass marbles in the fence - so clever

A walnut hutch was designed to look like a "found" piece in this white kitchen. It's a beautiful rust element.

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

Cave house, in Festus, Mo., is in a 17,000-square-foot gouge left by a 1930s sandstone mine. Close to the Mississippi River, the home is 45 feet under a forest. The owner chose to build in the cave because of the serenity and privacy he and his wife felt on the first day they visited the site. The front of the three-bedroom home is constructed from glass doors and used materials bought from a local store. Insulation sealant keeps the interiors 65 to 70 degrees year-round.

Hay bale sofas. Such a great idea! For outdoor parties,gatherings or a wedding! Love it!

Brimming with sumptuous comfort and sleek mid-century style, this eye-catching essential from Ave Six is an enviable addition to your living room or den....

Shower in sunshine, in the rain or under the stars.

River rock in between wood and tile floors. Love this creative idea for the transition between types of flooring.

Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of 3-4 feet tall and gets 3-4 feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.

kitchen freakin cool

Deck with built in seating and fire pit