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Tutorials & Hacks


Tutorials & Hacks

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Remove the wrinkles from your IKEA slipcovers. | 37 Cheap And Easy Ways To Make Your Ikea Stuff Look Expensive

37 Cheap And Easy Ways To Make Your Ikea Stuff Look Expensive

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How to stain wood so it doesn't look blotchy and horrible - Domestic Imperfection

The Wood Flooring Countertop, Part II

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How To Paint Your Cabinets (aka: Hallelujah!) | Young House Love

How To Paint Your Cabinets (aka: Hallelujah!)

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Basement drywall taping 2 by Laurier Desormeaux The Master - Poetry in Motion. Drywall as art. Any more accolades? I have a new respect for excellent drywallers.

Drywall\Tape Perfect Inside Corners Every Time

Bless your heart, you've tried so hard to teach me the art of drywalling! And with a NJ accent no less.

Invisible flat screen TV suspension on SLOPING wall using ikea shoe rack. Awesome!

A Cottage In The Woods: FURNITURE DIY tripod lamp

10 Best Ikea Hacks of 2012

How to build bookcases that resemble built ins for your living room/dining room.

DIY: Pretty Crate Wall Storage

Great way to transform some Goodwill lamps: Krylon’s Looking Glass spray paint, which dries into a mirror-like finish. Pottery Barn Hack

Ikea hack: billy built-in bookshelf tutorial

Add lighting without wall damage. And when you move, it goes along too! Cheater sconces.

Built-in IKEA bookcases

installing beadboard wainscoting - this old house

30 Creative Ways To Reuse Old Windows

Imitating a Ballard Designs clothes drying rack.

More built-in Billybookcases from Ikea Hackers.

Billy Bookcases to Built-Ins - IKEA Hackers

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Diamond Ring Pulls - Hardware

Wide Plank Farmhouse floor tutorial using PLYWOOD!

Do It Yourself Design. This blog has pretty "high-end looking" DIY ideas. Dressing up a folding closet door with trim, paint and hardware.

DIY - Board and Batten Step-by-Step Tutorial

Good to know - Lowe’s has 3-inch “multi-purpose foam pads” that are usually used as foam beds for camping: $19 dollars each. Way cheaper than foam at the craft store!!