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    Great organization doesn't have to be expensive! I finally tackled my big mess in my storage closet with a few plastic drawers and some labels! Now I just need to try to keep it that way...

    How to Install a Laundry Chute - you'll love having the convenience of a laundry chute in your home. We'll show you how to find a good wall location and install one yourself.

    Why Mike Holmes Likes Spray Foam Insulation. (Mold proof, sound proof, Fire retardant, Over R-30 insulation rating, Energy Efficient)

    How to install inexpensive, energy-efficient under-cabinet lighting

    Examples of where to insulate. 1. In unfinished attic spaces, insulate between and over the floor joists to seal off living spaces below. ...

    How to Install Barn Door Style Wainscoting | #barndoor #wainscoting #walltreatment Remodelaholic .com .com .com .com .com

    We love the ease of installation of wood-look ceramic tile planks. This tile from Marazzi looks just like reclaimed wood, with detailed grain and authentic texture. But it’s more durable than wood and it isn’t affected by seasonal changes. Wood-grain tile is a great choice for any room of your home. Click through to learn more about this Home Depot exclusive.

    When you are short on space, hanging baskets are a great solution. You just need to purchase a few inexpensive wicker type baskets and install them on your wall. Not only is this an easy project, it’s a very cheap one and gives you a place to store things like towels and washcloths, toiletries and anything else that you need extra room for.

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    a scandinavian home with vintage & industrial finds by the style files, via Flickr // how i ♥ this swedish oven

    :: KITCHENS :: simple detail by ODOS architects, featured on archdaily. Clever way of utilizing corner storage and creating a simple focal point, i don't usually like mirror, reminds me of the bad 80's but this application looks great, use of black, mirror aligned with the top of flush cabinetry, integrated lighting - great detail Architects: ODOS architects Location: Dublin, Ireland Engineers: Cora Internal Floor Area: 190 sqm (per dwelling unit) #kitchens

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