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How to Build Window Seat From Wall Cabinets

How to Build Window Seat From Wall Cabinets : How-To : DIY Network

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DIY {5 Minute} Window Seat Cushion

I am so excited to show you how I made the window seat cushions for my office in less than 5 minutes each! { Read More }

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29 Sneaky Tips & Hacks For Small Space Living

#3. Use the space in between the studs as extra storage! | 29 Sneaky Tips For Small Space Living

line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet.

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Build Your Own Space Savers

Great idea! Lift up for giving plants sun... Or on the exterior windows of your patio for serving area in summer!

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Build A Custom-Look Window Seat Using Stock Kitchen Cabinets

diy window seat using stock kitchen cabinets

How to attach DIY headboard to frame - I knew there was a way instead of bolting to the wall like a lot of DIY's suggest! Um, no.

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23 clever ways to declutter your garage

23 clever ways to unclutter your garage

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DIY Kitchen Window Treatments

DIY Kitchen Window Treatments - Fitted Kitchen Curtains for Privacy

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10 Ways to Make Your Laundry Room Look Amazing

Most dryers can't be pushed up against the wall due to the dryer vent so why not build a shelf to cover the gap. Not only does it add more storage but it also keeps items from falling behind the washer and dryer

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Pottery Barn Inspired Desk Using Goodwill Filing Cabinets

Hometalk :: I found two ugly orangey colored oak filing cabinets at my local Goodw…

Old Windows To Display Family Photos @Christina Childress Childress Childress Childress Wiltjer does Tim have two identical windows sitting around in his barn??

Pick up these crates at Michaels for about $4. Stain or paint. Add a pair of shelve racks from Home Depot and Wa La...you have an attractive storage unit for towels or anything else that requires easy access. (note: Reinforce the crate by securing with screws through the wood into the wall.)

See those blank walls in a new light. Built in shelving and cabinetry can drastically improve the look and feel of a room

This is genius! Swing arm rods. Interesting, would cover the window but make them look bigger when open...this is exactly what I wanted to do for our kitchen window but these rods are so hard to find!!!!