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Around the House

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How to Care for Air Plants—the latest trend in indoor gardening!

How to Care for Air Plants

10 best houseplants to de-stress your home & purify the air. {pictured here ~ snake plants}. They don't need much light or water to survive, so they're an easy choice for any corner of your home. The plant absorbs carbon dioxide and releases oxygen during the night (while most plants do during the day), so add one to your bedroom for a clean-air boost.

10 Houseplants For A Restful Home

Best and Easy Indoor House Plants - iVillage (Great site for filling the apartment with some living Areca Palm)

15 Easy Indoor House Plants That Won't Die On You

Must buy a few different house plants … thanks for ideas, Emily. stylebyemilyhende...

The Tropics Inc. and Guide to The Easiest Indoor Plants

Mud rooms make great entryway spaces, giving you a spot to drop all of your belongings and providing extra storage space. Get more inspiration for your mud room from The Home Depot Blog.

Mud Room: Places

DIY headboard tutorial


New Stairwell Project + Fancy Free Me

Ikea shoe drawers. Holds 27 pairs. I need this!!!!!!

The bottom of a closet is always a mess and wasted space...this solves that!

"Crystal Skull Vodka" Bottle Lamp

DIY Terrariums

How to build a mantel shelf. - pinning for my husband someday!!

Installing Craftsman Window Trim (Finally) | Hammer Like a Girl

11x14 Canvas Painting Ikat Yellow & Grey by luluanddrew on Etsy

Love these 2 signs together

26 Breathtaking DIY Vintage Decor Ideas

Buy 2 filing cabinets & have Home Depot or Lowe's cut a piece of board to connect and fill the space between them in this shape. Future office. Colors and all.

Add a ledge above the washer/dryer to keep stuff from finding their way back there! Also a cabinet and curtain rod

chevron curtains

I can think of so many things to do with this! Apply wooden letters on canvas and spray paint

Before painting your walls or ceilings, use a stencil to create a raised pattern. Holding the stencil in place, apply joint compound with a putty knife over the stencil. Remove the stencil to reveal the pattern. Allow to dry thoroughly before painting. This could be used for the dresser drawer fronts for craft room

Gorgeous headboard! Four 1X6 boards, a sanding block, and a can of stain. Hang with large 3M strips (up to 16lbs and these are just over 5lbs each). Looks totally doable!

Great for a man's bathroom

turn closet into a mudroom