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buy cheap walmart bookcases, cover the inside with fabric or cute paper, assemble without the bottom piece and set on top of a painted dresser. Great idea for when he doesn't need the changing table anymore. way cheaper than buying the matching hutch.

Add trim work at the corner of the room to create a column effect. It's a great touch that helps separate the rooms, and wall colors, without taking up any real space.

The secret to updating old brass doorknobs! Great idea!

Witches Brew. This will leave your whole house smelling like fall! Made in a crock pot!

Excited to try this...maybe for the bathroom to add a little color.

Bead Board WALLPAPER!!! Once it's up, trimmed with a chair rail, and painted, you'd never know it was wallpaper! Would look neat on a ceiling, too!

Textured Wallpaper on stair risers

painted sheers - might try this since I can't find the right color of red for curtains to tie together the master bedroom.

Just a small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom. Want to do in my master bath! New Selections: Minas Black soapstone, slate backsplash

simple design allows these panels to match a variety of décor while simultaneously adding a nice splash of color.

DIY ruffled curtains - Anthro knockoff! Pictorial is really good!

Interior trim work basics: All the trim basics, start to finish, plus a clever way to get miters tight

I would've never thought of it, glad someone did. Fall pillows made from inexpensive placemats from Walmart. Rip seam open a little, stuff them, and sew up edge.

Wait.. what??? I always see sheets that I wish were curtains because theyre cheaper! Hot glue ribbon tabs to turn a bed sheet into a no-sew curtain. Genius!

Use a curtain rod to hang a wreath or quilts! What a fantastic way to be able to swap things out seasonally!