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DIY craft desk tutorial

Craft Room Desk Tutorial - How to Nest for Less™

FABULOUS tutorial for DIY Window Curtains! Add these inexpensive window treatments to your home decor! by 3 Little Greenwoods for Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body!

DIY Window Curtains

DIY How to Create A Garbage Can Storage Space

25+ Awesome Garden Storage Ideas For Crafty Handymen And Skilled Moms – Cute DIY Projects

This handsome teak wood column shelf looks good in your room, living room, or even your bathroom!

Column Shelf - Large

DIY Pottery Barn-Inspired Bench - need just 3 boards to build this! So easy!

DIY Pottery Barn-Inspired Warner Bench

I like the full shelf idea instead of just one cubby.

I have two drawers in my kitchen that drive me crazy; the two that hold all the larger utensils and cooking gadgets. I have yet to find an organizer large enough to keep spatulas, spoons, and can openers in line. A trip to the hardware store, a couple pieces of wood and some amazing glue… …

Do it Yourself Drawer Organizers {DIY Kitchen Organization} - bystephanielynn

How to Frame a Builders Grade Mirror (Before and After) via

{Video} How to Frame a Builder’s Grade Mirror | Sew Woodsy

Brandi Bookcase ~ love the pop of color on the inside!

Chatham Hill Furniture

Deck swing.

Ranch-Style Revival

Loving this closet -- totally done on a budget! Check it out for TONS of ideas to make over your own house!

*Girly-Glam Closet Makeover REVEAL!* - * View Along the Way *

kitchen makeover - added paint, bead board to cabinets, new handles, and crown molding to upper cabinets.

The CrEaTiVe CraTe: My {Kitchen Cabinet} Transformation!

Kitchen Island Updated with Board and Batten #island #kitchen #board_and_batten

Remodelaholic | Fabulous Kitchen Island Makeover: Part One

For mudroom

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Genius - 27 Pics

Building a counter OVER your laundry appliances, great storage solutions, especially in a tiny space.

I really should be sleeping....: Laundry Room Counter

3rd idea for mud room piece

37 Clever Ways To Organize Your Entire Life With Ikea

Here is the vertical cedar fence my hubby built (with my design, lumber shopping and staining help - I'm useless with a hammer though) to cover up the two hideous air conditioning units gracing our frontage. He's awesome! I'm happy. We left lots of air for the AC units to breathe so hopefully its fine.

Rope mason jar lights

More DIY Mason Jar Lighting Ideas | Decorating Your Small Space

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trim for bathroom window

DIY Tutorial--Add Wood Trim Around a Giant Mirror

Simple storage or artful decor? How about both? Follow these steps to easily transform basic wooden dowels into a ladder that lets you store and display your blankets. And when it’s time to cozy up on the couch, you’ll know just where to find something to snuggle up with. Materials & Tools * 4 Copper pressure tees - diameter 1” * 8 Wooden dowels, 1” diameter (example used two 30”, four 12”, two 6”, one 20”, one 19”, one 18”) * 4 Copper caps, 1” diameter * 2 Rubber floor protectors for feet * Wood glue * Blankets Instructions 1. Start by sketching out your ladder. Decide on dimensions and choose the length of your dowels. Make sure the width of your dowels matches all openings in the copper pressure tees. 2. Fit dowels into copper pieces, coating the ends of each dowel with wood glue to secure the ladder. 3. Put rubber floor protectors on the bottom feet and lean against your wall. Then, layer blankets on top, combining textures, patterns and weights. Now wasn’t that easy? Tips for inspiration: Paint or stain the wood before assembling the ladder, if you want a different look. Or use different metal for the tees and caps. For a little Home-Grown. Inspiration, start shopping now.

Blanket Ladder from Maxwell Ryan of Apartment Therapy


Stilettos and Diapers: DIY Stone Backsplash with AirStone

We switched out our regular outlet for a USB outlet for a quick and convenient way to charge our iPad, iPhone, and iPods - no adapter needed!

Tile Shop Tuesday: My Kitchen Backsplash Reveal!