Most dryers can't be pushed up against the wall due to the dryer vent so why not build a shelf to cover the gap. Not only does it add more storage but it also keeps items from falling behind the washer and dryer

Most dryers can't be pushed up against the wall due to the dryer vent so why not build a shelf to cover the gap. Not only does it add more storage but it also keeps items from falling behind the washer and dryer

how to diy a professional finish when repainting your kitchen cabinets, how to, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design, painting

how to diy a professional finish when repainting your kitchen cabinets, how to, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design, painting

Awesome antique barn door and chalkboard wall in Yellow Prairie Interiors' kitchen! You can easily hang a door like this with box rails and metal hangers -- click to buy all the hardware

Awesome antique barn door and chalkboard wall in Yellow Prairie Interiors' kitchen! You can easily hang a door like this with box rails and metal hangers -- click to buy all the hardware

And this Southern-style nook. | 22 Things That Belong In Every Bookworm's Dream Home. Closed in porch /// Check out Charter Arms on Pinterest or visit our web-sight at CharterFireArms.Com

And this Southern-style nook. | 22 Things That Belong In Every Bookworm's Dream Home. Closed in porch /// Check out Charter Arms on Pinterest or visit our web-sight at CharterFireArms.Com

holy smokes this looks cool - do I have the energy to do this? great way to fake a built-in instead of building one piece by piece. IKEA HACK: DIY BUILT-IN BOOKCASE with Hemnes furniture | Studio 36 Interiors

Build this EASY Rustic Corbel with scrap wood! Love it! I decided to make mine with 4×4’s because my space was so big. If you have a smaller space or you don’t have any 4×4 scraps, you could make this with 2×4’s! I cut one 4×4 @ 24″ and one at 20.5″. Then I used my saw to cut a 45 degree angle on one half of the end of each 4×4. So, you will start the mitered cut at 1.75″.

Build this EASY Rustic Corbel with scrap wood! Love it! I decided to make mine with 4×4’s because my space was so big. If you have a smaller space or you don’t have any 4×4 scraps, you could make this with 2×4’s! I cut one 4×4 @ 24″ and one at 20.5″. Then I used my saw to cut a 45 degree angle on one half of the end of each 4×4. So, you will start the mitered cut at 1.75″.

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