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Popcorn Ceiling To Plank Ceiling | The Lettered Cottage. For a pack of six, 8' long planks, at Lowe's: Eleven dollars. Each pack of planks covers 14 square feet. (It only cost 155 dollars to do our entire office/guest bedroom!) | Where was this over the summer when I was trying to PATCH the stupid popcorn ceiling??? UGH!

Coat closet....more likely to hang coats in here than on a hanger. Also for bags and purses. Brilliant!!!!

DIY floating shelves Here’s all you’d need to get ‘er done: 1 sheet of 1/4 plywood, sanded on one side or lauan ($15) 10 1×2 pine boards ($1 Each) 1″ brad nails (think the little tack nails that you use to put the back on an IKEA bookcase) 2″ screws 3″ screws (for mounting to the wall, you will only need about 10 of these) wood filler sand paper paint

Underbed Lego Storage

Trunk built from pallets. Build your keepsake today & pass it on!

Small Laundry spaces!

how to build a pergola attached to house

Take an old (or new $15 from WalMart) bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf.

awkward space above your fridge? Turn it into a storage unit for platters, pans, cutting boards, cookie sheets, and more

Black Kitchen Cabinets

attic organization-LUVVVVVV THIS. and the seasonal colored containers too. Would make finding things so much easier

How to build a pergola attached to house.

cutting board rack - oh I need this.

Filing bench - so much better than a filing cabinet