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Organizing Open Shelves - great place to use baskets!

Organizing Open Shelves

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make cleaning your fridge much easier with placemats on shelves and cut placemats for the door. so doing this this weekend!!!

Make Your Own Fridge Liners!

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DIY Patio Table with Built-In Drink Coolers

Remodelaholic | Build a Patio Table with Built-In Ice Boxes

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Modestly Creative Crafts: DIY Crate Nightstand

Modestly Creative Crafts: DIY Crate Nightstand

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The Recycled Pallet Bookshelf look very rustic and provides a wholesome appeal, yes?

DIY Recycled Pallet Timber Bookcase

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Father Day Cakes Sheets Cakes | Cathy's Rum Cake Caterers Father's Day Hall Of Fame Sports Rum Cakes ...

Bathroom decor idea -- hahaha need this for the kids bathroom!!

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mr and mrs wall idea | Mr & Mrs wall | Master Bedroom Ideas

Coral and black bedroom!

Bedroom Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodels and Decor black white and light gold... love it!

Front porch decor I made from old pallets. Can't get enough of the chevron pattern! www.pinterest.com... Visit & Like our Facebook page! www.facebook.com/...

Classic Red White and Blue Front Porch Decor

For my kitchen and bathroom windows! NO SEWING :-) easy DIY curtains, instructions on blog. So cute/quick/easy Might use this in the baby's room

Garden Ridge $100 for an 8x10 rug. LOVE this rug!

Large area rugs that won't break the budget. These are 8x10 rugs for under $250. Even gives options for $150 budget. Plus, real life pictures of what some look like!

frugal home decor. outdoor black rubber door mats - spray painted white! How about as rugs on the floor

Less-Than-Perfect Life of Bliss: DIY Outdoor Rug for Less Than $25!

turns a tablecloth into an indoor/outdoor "rug" that you'll use long after summer ends. The instructions are very simple: Just apply a few coats of polyurethane (clear, satin finish) to the tablecloth, allowing it to dry fully in between. To make it slip-proof, add a rubberized carpet pad underneath. Ta-da, it's a rug.