Making Home a Haven


Back to
Making Home a Haven

Making Home a Haven

  • 100 Pins

Living Wall Idea!

Un jardín vertical hecho de palets para tu terraza

bricolaje.facilisimo.com

tiny bathroom makeover before and after, bathroom ideas

Tiny Bathroom Makeover - Before and After

hometalk.com

Hang your curtains high and wide

Pinned from
thefrugalhomemaker.com

1780954_740661372612447_1176800285_o.jpg (479×720)

Pinned from
sliptalk.com

Often crafted from wood, these clever concealers add a country-chic accent to a kitchen, and the handheld tilt-out design means your bin is always easily within reach. This blogger repainted a cabinet she found a thrift store, but you can also DIY your own from scratch. Get the tutorial at Create Celebrate Explore »

8 Sneaky Ways to Hide an Ugly Trash Can

goodhousekeeping.com

Hometalk :: Turning a tiny patio into an extension of your home

DIY Outdoor Storage Bench

hometalk.com

Kitchen Makeover with red cabinets

Kitchen Make Over

hometalk.com

How to trim out a window for a custom look.

How To: Trim Out a Window for a Custom Look - two purple couches

twopurplecouches.com

DIY $7 Sweater Pillows - Buy used sweaters to make inexpensive pillow covers

DIY $7 Sweater Pillows

hometalk.com

A spectacular headboard made from a trellis

A spectacular headboard made from a trellis - My-House-My-Home

momcaster.com

Yardstick Curtain Rod--Itsy Bits and Pieces: Bachmans Fall Ideas House 2011- Part 2

Itsy Bits and Pieces: Bachmans Fall Ideas House 2011- Part 2

itsy-bits-and-pieces.blogspot.com

Making home a haven for sci-fi buffs--Contemporary Kids by Bayless Custom Homes Inc.

So Your Style Is: Sci-Fi Past and Future

houzz.com

Painted Front Stairs

We Added Some More Curb Appeal

hometalk.com

fireplace with built in seating ♥

Pinned from
buzzfeed.com

Not on the counter, not stuffed in a flat drawer.

Pinned from
malineld.villaliv.net

Hide paper towel roll under a hollow shelf moulding.

Pinned from
buzzfeed.com

DIY Fabric Panels for Your Bookshelves :: Hometalk-This is an easy (and aesthetically pleasing) DIY project to help conceal clutter, wiring, or anything else you want to cover up in your bookshelves or media center. These fabric-covered panels are made with inexpensive foamcore and a few simple tools, and we used them to hide the DVD collection in our built-in bookcase. It's a custom look for any furniture piece, and it's also easy to remove when you need to access whatever is behind it. Read our blog post (below) for the how-to tutorial and lots more photos!

Pinned from
hometalk.com

10 Annoying Surprises That Unsuspecting Homebuyers Miss

Pinned from
goodhousekeeping.com

StoneGable: Use white dishes for everything!

Pinned from
stonegableblog.com

Days of Chalk and Chocolate: How To Paint Your Countertops

Pinned from
daysofchalkandchocolate.blogspot.com

Make A White Plastic Garbage Can Look High End :: Hometalk

Pinned from
hometalk.com

Completed Headboard Bench :: Hometalk

Pinned from
hometalk.com

Pretty cool pattern in the floor. I've seen this everywhere lately! #LLTrends #LumberLiquidator

Pinned from
homebunch.com

Vintner's Reserve at Lumber Liquidators- #LLcustomers #LumberLiquidators

Pinned from
blog.lumberliquidators.com

Wow. Turquoise chevron floor.

Pinned from
madeamano.com