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Because the bathroom isn’t the first thing visitors see, it often falls to the bottom of the DIY to-

7 stunning bathroom makeovers

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Our house is lived in, its not for show. If you don't like the mess, you know where to go.

One of my favorite discoveries at WorldMarket.com: Ombre Stripes Rug, Gray

Amazing Oasis: Here Are 30 Relatively Simple Things That Will Make Your Home Extremely Awesome.

We love oversized subway tiles in this bathroom! The addition of glass accent tiles gives the space a custom look without being over the top. This is perfect for your secondary bathrooms. We also love the square showerhead from the #deltafaucet Dryden collection.

Design TIP! The Perfect Curtain. Take one of your ring clips and turn it around the corner so that it’s hanging on the bracket rather than the rod. Then run the rest of your clips on the rod like normal. Goodbye annoying side light! (no pin block on this one) - #curtain #DIY #tips tå√

Chairs for two.

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Dollar Tree Apothecary Jar

Easy to follow tutorial on how to make an envelope closure pillow. Lots of pictures!

DIY & Craft Ideas

Milk Can Table. Valarie Ostrom Ostrom Ostrom Ryerson

Storage between the sinks and NOTHING on the counter!

Keep wasps and bees away this summer. Put about 10 cloves in 1/2 a lemon and set out. They do not like the scent.

Hiding Router / cable box - brilliant!

How to paint laminate. Good tips in this article. She also shows how she replaced a couple things she didn't like about the shelf.

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I'm am going to try this!!! - Pneumatic Addict Furniture: Tufting a Headboard the EASY Way

add feet and wallpaper to a cheap bookcase - love the adding feet part! clever :)

Deck storage. What a great idea!!!

a cabinet to put between 2 studs in the bathroom to hide the stuff no one wants to see.

Mount a magazine rack to hold cutting boards.

Pressed tin tiles on back of bookcase.