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I don't really care for this particular setup, but I love the idea of making the closet, space for a desk.

so sleek -- lucite and brass bar stools

Plant a Book Garden! No tutorial, however, just cut out a design in the book, (do a few pages at a time, so it's easier) toss in some great soil, add plants of your choice, sprinkle with water and viola' Done! *make sure to use a thick book*. You can even plant it in the ground when it starts really starts falling apart. What a fab frugal fun project! (books at the goodwill are practically FREE)

I think I need this outdoor bar..maybe with a wood fired oven to go with it.

beautiful yet simple table set-up.

Bookshelf table made from an old spool...chop in half, put on walls as cute table/booth things? Depending on style/colour, etc! GREAT!

I like this wine bar. It would be easy to make it look built in. I especially like the little individual wine cubbies.

Using an old cabinet (you could probably find one at an auction, garage sale, flea market or antique store) you can create this adorable and very useful serving table or potters bench.

Back Yard - Flip-down sideboard from Plow & Hearth. It would be perfect for small outdoor living spaces, and, best yet, it's totally DIYable. A couple of lengths of chain, some hinges and a latch is all we'd need for hardware. I'd shoot the moon and go for ipe for durability, but in covered and semi-covered areas, any species would do.

Did I leave the flat iron on? Outlet that can be turned off with your smartphone even when you're not home.