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For the Home

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Now here is a cool design for a small room-lots of practical storage and still manage to get a bed and dresser, plus bookcase and study/lounge area. Perfect for a Tiny House

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bed storage

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storage

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Extra bedroom idea - Twin Corner Beds With Storage (add doors to storage below) DIY Cozy Home

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DIY wall shoe rack

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Dry erase marker on the washer for clothes that are inside that shouldn't be dried! >> So simple and SO smart!

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Wooden ladder bookshelf

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THE spice rack

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towel rack

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I will be needing this.

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Upright bookshelves laid down for storage under bed.

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That is so cool!

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kids room corner cubby - great idea for the kids room now that Aiden is up in his own bed & keeps trying to get into Liam's. It's like they share a bed. :) And it's a space saver too!

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Genius!! You could also do this with bras or other stuff you don't want to tumble around

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If I ever have another child and it is a boy this will be happening in his room whether he likes it or not. ;)

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Something to do with all those little toys your kid grows out of...glue to frame, spray paint, keep forever.

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Display rope in creative ways. To create a vignette like this, cut and coil lengths of rope in glass vessels to showcase their natural tones and coarse textures. An oversized fishbowl pairs nicely with a length of chunky sisal, while a narrower hurricane shows off loops of twine. To learn how to make your own coiled-rope lamp, view Michael Penney's Online TV DIY segment.

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Reading nook. #nursery #nook

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This could be a super cute idea for a staircase in the women's home. When the kids read the book, they get to write their name on the bottom of the wall next to that book. Their name could then 'climb' the stairs. Might be a good reading incentive!

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book storage

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Bags be gone! These dry storage drawers beautifully organize pantry goods such as bread, garlic and potatoes.

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Clocks stopped at the time each child was born. -- love this idea

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Herb wall in the kitchen (skylight? grow lights?)

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Medicine organization. i love this idea, you could store it away and STILL be able to find exactly what you need!

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so much better than a flatware tray!

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