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Updating wood paneling-just fill in the cracks with plaster and then paint over...or just paint it

Project Completion: The Kitchen!

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A beaded-board panel goes a long way when cut into narrow strips to cover a backsplash. Go a step further and insert a tile border for decoration, or set in a horizontal strip of stained wood to match kitchen cabinets. Or cut beaded board to fit the interior panel of cabinets for an updated look. Like this last idea for open look.

Low-Cost Kitchen Updates

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Dark wood, gray walls and white trim. Love..

Dark wood, gray walls and white trim. Love.. - sublime decor

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I like the shelves and garbage can in between... Laundry Room Decor :: The Lily Pad Cottage's clipboard on Hometalk :: Hometalk Redo the shelving and put wallpaper or dark red paint behind washer

Think I might get Kevin's buy in with this one...its a high gloss stencil over the same color in matte for a base coat. I want an accent wall in the bedroom.

Kristen F. Davis Designs: Search results for gloss

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How to Finish a Basement: Framing and Insulating With special framing and insulating techniques, your basement can be as comfortable as any other room in your home

How to Finish a Basement: Framing and Insulating

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A Simple Kind of Life: How To Paint Stripes On A Wall

A Simple Kind of Life: How To Paint Stripes On A Wall

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How to Paint Stripes on a Wall with no bleeding!

How to Paint Stripes on a Wall » DIY Inspired

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How to paint perfect stripes - put a coat of base color on the tape to seal the gaps. Prevents bleed of the stripe color.

Book to Know: 'Living in a Nutshell'

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Must do this!! Interchangeable Welcome Sign - made with 4x4 and 1x6 wood. Seasonal signs would be so fun to make and change out.

Pure heaven for me : )

DIY Pallet Swing Pictures, Photos, and Images for Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Twitter

DIY Co-sleeper made from a $69.99 IKEA crib!