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7 Space-Saving Boat Products You’ll Want for Your Home

This Midcentury Bar Cabinet Is Actually an Ikea Hack

This Midcentury Bar Cabinet Is Actually an Ikea Hack

Minimalist dining table DIY // Amber Interiors // #diy #dining #table

DIY: Minimalist Dining Table - Amber Interiors

How to DIY Removable Wallpaper

DIY Wallpaper With A Sharpie! - Vintage Revivals

How To DIY A Lightweight Sliding Barn Door vintagerevivals

How To Build A Lightweight Sliding Barn Door - Vintage Revivals

Tory Entertains at home | ELLE

Household Logo Tory Burch Perfects the Art of Entertaining

Cerused wooden round table after refinishing

Before & After: Kristi Tries a New Technique: Cerusing

Wine wall

milk glass chandelier DIY an old brass chandelier using flat white spray paint

Little Green Notebook: Lack Hack

It's hard to believe that this dresser is from Ikea. Following this leather pull tutorial, strips of leather can become a stylish upgrade fo...

DIY: Handmade Clay Pots

An amazing shelf DIY.

Reader DIY: Linen Upholstered Rast

Paint on edges

Little Green Notebook: More Framed (Faux) Butterflies

Washi frames DIY -

spray-painted black and white Christmas ornament // DIY projects

DIY leather coasters

DIY Leather Coasters | Design*Sponge


painted out IKEA! Tommy Smythe.

tommy smythe "IKEA Pax closet" - I gave them a custom look with a few extras: crown moulding and genuine vintage doorknobs instead of pulls. I converted the tiny middle bedroom into a generous walk-in closet that would incorporate a stackable washer and dryer for convenient laundry access.

How to Strip (and lacquer) Vintage Furniture from Little Green Notebook "The texture of oil-based paints just works really well with a brush. Basically, and I'm sure I've said this before, it's just like putting on nail polish. It's like you're placing the paint. Once it's put on, don't mess with it. The brush marks will smooth out on their own." -Jenny Komenda

No gift wrap? No problem? Use a Sharpie instead!