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From the latest issue of Llamas' Valley - desire to inspire - desiretoinspire.net

Nice little flowers in your window DS17

How to Clean Window Tracks: white vinegar and baking soda (or hydrogen peroxide!) 30 Q-tips toothbrush hot water paper towels Sprinkle baking soda into the corners, then pour in some vinegar. The baking soda will begin to bubble and loosen up the cruddy stuff. When the bubbling calms down, begin to make circle motions with a Q-tip, then go back into the corners and sweep the muck towards the middle. Pour warm water from the corner to the center. Use your paper towels to wipe everything dry.

Window trim tutorial // One Sill Down. | Yellow Brick Home

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Tips and Tricks to Maintaining an Indoor Kitchen Herb Garden - Creative Juice

Kitchen Window Pictures: The Best Options, Styles & Ideas : Page 07 : Rooms : Home & Garden Television

Make a farmhouse window - add window trim to beef up a plain window with no miter cuts in sight! via www.funkyjunkinte...

Home Improvement: Trimming a Window (replacing the sill & apron, adding side/top molding) | Make It and Love It

How to Repair Old Windows - DIY step by step tutorial on how to repair old windows! Great home fix-it to give new life to windows, budget solution to refresh windows without replacing. www.yayforhandmad...

How to repair dry rot damage in a sill or frame and avoid having to replace the entire window.

Window Trim Ideas | Using Aprons, Casing & Sills to Dress Up Your Windows

Step-by-step tutorial shows you how to replace a window sill for a custom look. via www.twopurplecouc... #diy #masterbedroommakeover #buildlikeagirl

Bathroom plant idea for you...You could have vine plant setting on your shower ledge. Add a Little Green: Plants in the Bathroom | Apartment Therapy

How To Hang a Curtain Without A Rod - use this to hang the curtians on the playhouse door and window

Great idea! Lift up for giving plants sun... Or on the exterior windows of your patio for serving area in summer!

Handy Shelf - The kitchen windowsill is a great place to set plants and a few favorite pieces of pottery, but the sill usually isn't very deep, and the items are in the way if you want to open the window. This homeowner came up with the great idea of mounting a shelf right on the molding around the window. Now there's a deeper shelf to display items, but the window can still be opened.

Gorgeous cabinetry with latches on the doors, farmhouse sink and an extra deep window ledge over the sink for plants. Absolutely perfect.

Keeping plants in the window sill is a great way to breathe life into a room. And this DIY shelf makes space for even more flowerpots. The tutorial requires the use of power tools, but the design is actually quite simple to put together. We think this would be the perfect place for a kitchen herb garden.