This is so cute. Use the end of the rake as a wine glass holder in the kitchen! Rustic-chic!

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Good to Know: Re-do honey oak (wooden or laminate) cabinets or furniture with "General Finishes Java Gel Stain" (absolutely NO substitutions for this brand!) No brushing! Wipe gel stain on with men's white sock.

A Lifestyle Blog: Shot of Espresso {DIY Dream Kitchen}

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Glazing Painted Kitchen Cabinets using old masters gel stain....LOVED my diy antiqued glaze painted cabinets in my old house.

Kristen's Creations: ~~Glazing Painted Kitchen Cabinets~~

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Build a shelf over your stove to hold your oils, vinegars, and seasonings. Full instructions with pictures on how to make your own.

DIY Oil and Vinegar Shelf | Over The Big Moon

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Kitchen decor. Liking the saying on the side of the counter, now it's not so bare.

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Kitchen lighting

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Rustic Kitchens | Canadian Log Homes

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Eleven Gables Butler's Pantry

Eleven Gables: Eleven Gables Butler's Pantry

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My perfect kitchen.

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The "miracle" of baking soda and peroxide. Put 1/4 cup of baking soda in a bowl.....add enough peroxide to make a paste. Rub on with fingers or sponge. Cleans EVERYTHING! Stove, oven, pans, stainless steel applicances, even the white handles of the refrig door.

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monogram wall - For my t's!!!

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Paint all the shiny brass knobs with Rustoleum Oil Rubbed Bronze spray.

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Coffee Beans & Tea Lights: the warmth from the candles makes the coffee beans smell amazing.

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1-2 cups of water w/ 1-2 tblsp of vinegar put in a microwaveable bowl and put in microwave for 5 minutes.... Take out and wipe clean with a rag

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