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Love the thick top trim and lights.

How to frame a bathroom mirror tutorial - fabuloushomeblog.com

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Adding a shelf behind the washer/dryer so stuff doesn't fall behind. So simple, but genius.

Best Paints for a Metallic Finish

Laundry Room.

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When there's no room for a sofa table, here's a DIY fix. Cut a piece of wood the length of your sofa, stain it, and mount with L brackets.

How we made our DIY floating shelves on a budget to create an organized, stylish and functional laundry room. Four Generations One Roof

How To Cook Steaks On Your Stovetop That Taste Better Than in a Fancy Restaurant... Once you start making them this way, you will never go back to your old habits!

Garbage can shed so they are hidden, the smell is confined, and animals dont get in! We could certainly use this!

Remove fake drawer under sink and install paper towel holder.

Use this trick to hang anything from towel racks to shelf brackets. You will never put unnecessary holes in your walls again! GENIUS!

family;one love - my tattoo

Walk path Mold at Lowe's for 16 bucks, bag of quikcrete is 5 bucks. Add any color and DIY... done son!! QUIKRETE Country Stone Walk Maker Concrete Mold Item #: 10415

Tips from Auto Detailers on how to clean your auto like a pro!

31 ways to add character to your home--this site is amazing! Would LOVE to put a lot of these touches into my home! *Must remember this site!

Framing bathroom mirrors - a great tutorial with step-by-step instructions & pictures.

Outdoor sink. No plumbing required. Kind of awesome.

BP53010G10 | Amerock | Cup Pulls | Satin Nickel | Simply Knobs and Pulls

Adding a shelf behind the washer/dryer so stuff doesn't fall behind.

Hanging space above the dryer. Must remember this someday

AWESOME... pathway with rocks painted with glow in the dark paint (Rust-Oleum Glow in the Dark Brush-on Paint). During the day they “charge” in the sun and in the evening they reflect the stored light.