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Lavender and Linen ~ DIY Vintage Soda Crate Chest

Lavender & Linen: DIY Vintage Soda Crate Chest

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33 Insanely Clever Upgrades To Make To Your Home

Add a cabinet to any dead space in your kitchen or laundry room for cleaning supplies. | 33 Insanely Clever Upgrades To Make To Your Home

33 Insanely Clever Upgrades To Make To Your Home

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How to refinish hardwood floors with tips from the pros

How to Refinish Hardwood Floors - One Project Closer

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wreath on a curtain rod

By Your Hands: Trash to Treasure --- Repurposing Old Dressers

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Awesome Ikea hacks you won't want to miss!

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I love that front door entrance. / could redo storm door (metal ) and attach some wooden pieces to make an illusion of an old screen door?

Down to Earth Style: House Tour

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Storing gift wrap with wire closet shelving - smart!

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Website that shows you how to take normal Ikea products and turn them into other awesome things for your house!

Vintage style play kitchen - IKEA Hackers

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Under-the-stairs Playhouse. I've seen these before but not decorated so cutely.

The Under the Stairs Clubhouse

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DIY barn door track tutorial, would be cute as closet doors

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Add crown molding

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Good idea, and stylish for a rustic home too! “mudroom – love the barn style door so you can close it off if you need to but leave it open most the time without some door in the way!” @ DIY Home Design

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Rubbermaid Paint Buddies. Put your left over paint in them and retouch anytime you want.

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Faux Built – Ins

How to build bookcases that resemble built ins

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So many sign project examples.

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Pinner said: To paint over ANY surface, without sanding, use a product called 'ESP Easy Surface Prep', available at hardware and paint shops. Wipe on, wipe off and paint in 90 minutes. Works well over enamel paint , without having to sand. SAVES HOURS of work. It was recommended to me by a professional painter.

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Cuteness for the home!

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How to Paint Cabinets or Furniture... using liquid sandpaper.... - cuts out the sanding step. From Better Homes and Gardens

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New Uses for Old Things: Kids Edition

Pinner said: When you paint a room, put some extra paint in a baby jar* and keep it handy for quick touch-ups. pinner said *I did this Aug. 2011 - don't use a baby food jar - use a peanut butter jar that has a PLASTIC lid or it will rust - that was a tip from my painter - it's all stored in a cabinet in the house - just take it out and shake well and use a q-tip for quick touch ups. This has got to be one of the best things I've ever pinned!!!!

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Take popsicle sticks and paint them the color of every wall in your house. Carry with you on the go to match furniture, curtains, decorations, etc. Such a good idea!

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Longest list ever of things to think of having installed when building your dream home (outlets in closets, venting away from where curtains hang, audio wired outside, plumbing considerations). awesome list...remember to add outlets outside for Christmas lights.

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For that weird skinny wall by the bathroom.

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Office/guest room

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Handy Home Products for Quick-Fix Repairs

Sometimes the key to making a fix is just knowing the right product to use. A team of professional carpenters, plumbers, painters, electricians and fix-it gurus tell us what their favorite products are, and what they never leave home without.

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Such a cool site-- you can customize your dream house and see how much it would be to build. Just for fun! :)

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