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    spray paint ceiling rosettes from home depot

    Ceiling medallions as art.

    Barrel coffer table?! Home Depot has whiskey barrels for $30. You can even change out the decor inside the barrell to fit the seasons! Love this!

    DIY Floating shelves

    An interesting idea instead of painting all the way to the top. Allowing the ceiling color to come down on the walls.

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    How To Fix A Hole In Your Ceiling Dry Wall

    Black rubber doormat and a can of white spray paint! Love this!! I tell people about these all the time, Fred's has them for $6

    Wall or ceiling... Hygge & West | Daydream (Yellow)

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    Mastering the Master Bedroom {Layered Frame Gallery Wall} - Makely School for Girls

    Patterned ceiling. Wow, wow, WOW. I love this. What a fun thing to do in a small bathroom or laundry room!

    How to make $12 floor candlesticks... Buy newel posts (for the end of stairs) or bedposts from Home Depot, cut to size, place in fence post toppers (ones with a flat top) - making sure they are level, and then spray paint them.

    Spray paint through lace with wood showing through.

    Easy DIY- a piece of wood, 4 legs (all of which are sold at home depot for around $5)- padding, and then staple pretty fabric. Awesome! - to do huge at the end of the bed

    cut 18 x18 or larger pieces of plywood, home depot cuts them for you wrapped in fabric remnants

    Jenna Sue how to build faux beams

    Free shipping and returns on Kennebunk Home 'Doe a Deer' Throw at A warm and cozy blanket reverses from animal-print to a soft, solid side.

    Just print off any picture you want, then spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture. Put some eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger and voila.