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DIY Furniture Makeovers

Buffet color

My Passion For Decor: The Big Back Breaker Project!

Molding on built-ins...what a difference a bit of trim makes

crab+fish: a little bit o' moulding

How You Like Me Now, Grout? | Young House Love (We used this technique in our shower - still looks fantastic 2 years later.)

How You Like Me Now, Grout?

Add a strip of trim a bit above already existing baseboards, paint between, and you get faux thick baseboards!

31 Easy DIY Upgrades That Will Make Your Home Look More Expensive

You may have heard this designer trick: Make windows look taller by extending coverings to the ceiling. Learn how with help from The Pennington Point.

DIY: Make Windows Look Taller with Molding - The Finishing Touch

DIY built-in fireplace surround using White1"x1" Mother of Pearl tiles. Gorgeous!! www.subwaytileout...

Amazing diy entertainment center and fireplace

Ottawa Design-Build Firms Design Cube Inc. Love the wainscot and tile together.

3 Tips for Small Bathrooms

Transform a boring ol' window into a beautiful TRIMMED one!! It's amazing what a few pieces of wood and paint can do... www.makeit-loveit...

How to paint furniture black to get that high-end "Pottery Barn-esque" look. These instructions are so good.

DIY Planter Umbrella Stand by Love this planter umbrella stand which does double duty to stabilize the umbrella in strong winds. #DIY #Backyard_Projects #Planter_Umbrella_Stand #susnet_com

53 favorite backyard projects

You can use this large-format Patio stencil design to paint all over your wall, Floor or Patio. Quickly and easily create an expensive stone or patio look for thousands less than the real thing!


idea for walkway/porch

painted patio

think I'm going to do this soon

Easy DIY- a piece of wood- 4 legs (all of which are sold at home depot for around $5)- padding ( or an old old comforter or 2) and then staple pretty fabric :)

Good old Martha taught us that rather than buying those ridiculously expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug wont be going anywhere!


Take a piece of wood, cover it w/ fabric, add hooks.

Take an old bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf.