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To Faux or Not to Faux: Which is Better?

really neat site that shows room makeovers

Plywood to Hardwood Looking Floors - WOW. This is cool. They have photos of walls done the same way. I may have to try this and see if it works when we get ready to do some serious remodeling. I don't know... if I would do this, but this is cool looking

Say goodbye to oak. Nothing says blah like tired oak cabinets. There is good news if this is what you inherited or chose, but are looking fo...

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How To Replace Window Screens - just in case you forget, after doing hundreds while working at ACE hardware

This Old Housefrom This Old House

How to Build a Sideboard from Stock Cabinets

this was made from Stock Cabinets that you can find at any big box home improvement store. Awesome

Good to Know: Re-do honey oak (wooden or laminate) cabinets or furniture with "General Finishes Java Gel Stain" (absolutely NO substitutions for this brand!) No brushing! Wipe gel stain on with men's white sock.

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Staining Oak Cabinets an Espresso Color {DIY Tutorial}

Staining Oak Cabinets and Expresso Color

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Modernizing an 80's Oak Kitchen on a Tiny Budget

Modernizing an 80's Oak Kitchen - New paint, cabinet hardware, appliances, fixtures, lighting and a backsplash

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Staining Oak Cabinets an Espresso Color {DIY Tutorial}

Staining cabinets darker. http://www.monicawantsit.com/2012/02/staining-oak-cabinets-espresso-color.html

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Painting Cabinets 101 - Kitchen Makeover on a Budget

How to distress your cabinets (or any furniture for that matter). This pin could come in handy!

Already-stained wood can be further stained a darker shade (without sanding the wood raw) with gel stain