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  • Isabella

    Use any old furniture to bring in a pop of color. Upcycling old desks to make a small office space with ample storage/shelves!

  • Leslie Macioge-Villalobos

    Stacked Coffe Table Shelves

  • Michelle Tate

    I love the color. May need to do this for my craft room. Upcycle thrift sale coffee tables & desk for an interesting shelving unit. Add another element by painting the back wall a contrasting color like lemon yellow, or teal. Now if only I had the space to do this in.

  • Lori Cook

    old table shelving

  • Aveline Rock

    Re-purpose old tables and desks as a bookshelf wall in the office!!! Love the visual interest... I'd select a color other than purple though.

  • Amanda Bailard

    desk & desk shelves! cool idea, not in love with the color

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maybe cover the kitchen wall with wood and swap out the chandelier for something like this?

12 simple ideas to make your home & life easier.........saran wrap on the fridge shelves........duh!

1. Hang long curtains 2. Paint your furniture to inject color 3. Use a long table against the living room wall 4. Conceal with a room divider 5. Convert the dining room for a different use 6. Use floating shelves 7. Embrace open storage 8. Use rugs 9. Install a bookshelf or wall unit that reaches the ceiling 10. Hang mirrors 11. Add an entry 12. Remove closet doors

white frames and white mats to camouflage the doorbell, outlets, and thermostat.

bunk bud with the little house next to it great use of the small space ! kids room idea.... Twins??

Creative thinking for a very small space

1. take a huge balloon, lots of doilies, and some wallpaper glue 2. blow up the balloon, and paint the glue onto the doilies so that they're soaked. 3. tie the balloon on a string. make sure all of the doilies are overlapping so that they stick 4. put on an extra coat of glue and let it dry for at least 24 hours. pop the balloon and you're ready to go :)