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Inexpensive ways to get an awesome area rug - cheap carpet remnant from Lowes and a stenciled pattern of your choice.

Domestic Imperfectionfrom Domestic Imperfection

{Awesome} Paisley Stenciled Table

Paint over stencil then stain. Tabletop. Holy smokes...this is beautiful!!

In My Own Stylefrom In My Own Style

One Yard, No Sew Window Treatment - 3 Ways

One-Yard-No-Sew-Window-Shade - really want to do some roman shades for the house.

Better Homes and Gardensfrom Better Homes and Gardens

How to Reupholster a Chair

Step by step how to upholster a chair.

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Never in 65 million years has there been a sandbox this awesome…

Never in 65 million years has there been a sandbox this awesome!

Make a fabric rug out of any fabric you like...this is amazing! I had no idea you could do this!

Kristi Murphy | DIY Ideasfrom Kristi Murphy | DIY Ideas

Aug 7 Make a Chic Tray from a $2 Frame!

Put fabric under glass of inexpensive picture frame to create a tray - cute for a bathroom.

DIY large area rug. Ok seriously why didnt I think of this?! Medium to heavy upholstery fabric, canvas drop cloth and floor gripper fabric. Omg!!! I'm doing it this week cuz I want a perfect one for my laundry room and kids playrooms!!!!

BabyCenterfrom BabyCenter

Nursery Decorating: Ideas, Before and Afters, Inspiration Websites

DIY rug

DIY Floor Mats. No sewing involved. A must do for front door rug and hallway runner!!!! Why haven't I thought of this???

Tatertots and Jellofrom Tatertots and Jello

Ikea Hack: Paint a Geometric Greek Key Rug!

painted greek key rug tutorial

“I cleaned, but didn’t sand the chair, then taped a piece of a lace curtain panel across the seat and the larger back bar at an angle to leave some of the area plain. Then I got a can of white spray paint (I used flat paint) and sprayed carefully through the lace,making sure not to spray too heavily, let it dry and then removed the lace. Then I got flat white house paint and painted the rest of the chair white. Finally, I used a small brush to edge (approx. 1/8") the patterns made by the…