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Find two doors that you love, add trim, and make a corner cabinet. Great idea
Amazing outdoor living space with circle-seating, a small pond, and lots of green - great use of a small space
Paint or staple fabric to canvas, then attach a framed picture.
Use three book cases to make a bench seat!
Could be made with a pallet, foam, table legs, fabric and a staple gun.
Built in nook for purses, cell phones, mail! I love this idea!
What an awesome idea in a little room! Stick a mattress in between and you've saved a whoooooole bunch of waste space. *put some pillows on that top shelf, and you've got a reading nook too! the possibilities are endless!!
Crock pot sugared pecans. . .the smell in your house alone is divine!
Would love to have a little space for a mudroom in our next home
Such an awesome idea using a cheap mirror from Walmart or Target. Attach to a piece of plywood (paint it first), then add either crown molding or any other type of wooden accents
Will Barnet - WikiPaintings.org
Glue a bowl, 2 plates and 2 candlestick holders together. Brilliant! I might try this for my jewlery
Easy Headboard- 2 doors from Lowes (22.00 each) painted and topped with crown molding.
This is AMAZING! What a smart idea for a growing child's room to truly give them a place of their own without the bed necessarily being the on-the-floor focus!
Wrap a piece of cardboard in fabric and put at back of bookcase instead of painting or wallpaper. Could change out as often as you want -- built-ins!
From a pickle jar, a candle stand, and a curtain rod spindle. then spray painted.
Shoe box lids (?!) covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Creative, inexpensive decor.
front door post
Turn a tablecloth into a rug. This opens up a whole realm of possibilities! Ummm...genius!
umm...genius. Velcro bedskirt. Easy to wash, easy to put back on, no moving the entire bed for it, and always stays put! Genius!