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He Starts Connecting Wood Planks … Why? When It’s Done, It Looks Super Comfy!

Don't mind storage above the toilet but prefer something like this than one of those cabinets.

DIY $15 Chunky Wooden Floating Shelves

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I wanted a wood entry table without breaking the bank! I was searching for one that was long enough for my entry way and have the rustic wood look but was unable to find. Headed over to the local home improvement store and got 4-2x2 2-2x4 and 2-wider wood panels for the top. Several wood screws and ready for sanding. Purchased two in one poly and stain paint, did three coats and all done! I get so many compliments on my new table!

DIY entry table without breaking the bank. Head over to the local home improvement store and get and wood panels for the top. Several wood screws and ready for sanding. Purchase two in one poly and stain paint, do three coats and all done!

DIY Outdoor Sectional Tutorial - You have to have this in your outdoor living space! This is such an awesome idea!

DIY Outdoor Sectional

Enough room for him, and I like the boot storage. Must keep this one in mine for remodel of closet. Now where do I put my shoes.

Great shoe storage idea, and I like the boot storage concept. Must keep this one in mind for remodel of closet. Great idea also to organize those shoes and boots in the Mud room.

If we build the mug room porch we should do this to one wall.

great idea for garage! stacked crates along a wall for shoe organizing / storage for an entryway or garage

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Fun Projects you can make with old doors. Amazing upcycled door projects.

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Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. Awesome idea

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Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting

I love the look of light sconces, but hate the commitment, this idea solves the problem!

Add lighting without wall damage. And when you move, it goes along too!cute for either side of a bed in guest room.also as headboard of bed.or the outer sides of a headboard

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