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7 Easy Living Room Decorating Ideas That You Should Try
When we are at home we spend most of our time in the living room, watching TV, playing games or spending time with family. If you want to choose one room in your home to make it feel comfortable and look exceptional then it should be the living room. This list presents simple decorating ideas and tips that are easy to apply and will help you take your living room space to the next level.
7 Budget-Friendly Kitchen Makeover Ideas And Tips
Think there is no such thing as a budget-friendly kitchen makeover? Remodeling your Kitchen doesn't have to cost a fortune. In fact, with a little time and effort, you can refresh your kitchen space. Add your personal touch and style with this collection of ideas and tips that will help you to focus on what really matters in updating your kitchen.
12 Creative Ways To Repurpose Your Old Furniture
Before you throw away that old chair, take a look at these amazing ways of repurposing your old furniture.
Beach House Dining Room
by Mabley Handler, To surround our room, we turned to Phillip Jeffries, our go-to source for grasscloth wallpaper. We chose their Juicy Jute grasscloth paper to provide a bold Peacock punch around the room, and it coordinated wonderfully with the darker blue hues in the Jonathan Adler/Kravet Wabash fabric.
by Mabley Handler, To surround our room, we turned to Phillip Jeffries, our go-to source for grasscloth wallpaper. We chose their Juicy Jute grasscloth paper to provide a bold Peacock punch around the room, and it coordinated wonderfully with the darker blue hues in the Jonathan Adler/Kravet Wabash fabric.
 
A fall tablescape with a touch of blush
For the most enviable table settings, look no further than Casa de Perrin's inspiring Instagram feed. Brace yourself for the endless source of perfectly mixed-and-matched plates, creative place settings and drop dead gorgeous glassware.
For the most enviable table settings, look no further than Casa de Perrin's inspiring Instagram feed. Brace yourself for the endless source of perfectly mixed-and-matched plates, creative place settings and drop dead gorgeous glassware.
 
How To Paint Your Kitchen Cabinets Without Losing Your Mind
1. REMOVE CABINET DOORS:
The first thing I did was remove all the doors (don't remove and empty the drawers yet at this point.. ) Stack the doors up and save them for later but leave the drawers in the cabinets!

   I know a lot of people label every door and drawer so they can figure out where they go back.  I didn't bother to do that.  There was enough variation in the sizes of my doors (and the fact my mounting hardware was standard) I knew they would only go back a certain way. When all was said and done, I had to sand, prime and paint THIRTY NINE door and drawer fronts.  (This doesn't include four in the island I previously stained, or the two I removed to create open shelving.)  

That is a lot!   However, I wasn't even dealing with the doors/drawers at this point.
1. REMOVE CABINET DOORS: The first thing I did was remove all the doors (don't remove and empty the drawers yet at this point.. ) Stack the doors up and save them for later but leave the drawers in the cabinets! I know a lot of people label every door and drawer so they can figure out where they go back. I didn't bother to do that. There was enough variation in the sizes of my doors (and the fact my mounting hardware was standard) I knew they would only go back a certain way. When all was said and done, I had to sand, prime and paint THIRTY NINE door and drawer fronts. (This doesn't include four in the island I previously stained, or the two I removed to create open shelving.) That is a lot! However, I wasn't even dealing with the doors/drawers at this point.
 
Turn plants into art you can hang from your wall with this DIY vertical succulent garden
tlin Ketcham’s recent backyard makeover for The Home Depot Blog’s Patio Style Challenge series featured several DIY projects. Caitlin’s the designer and blogger behind Desert Domicile, and here she has a tutorial for a vertical succulent garden that decorates her front porch.
tlin Ketcham’s recent backyard makeover for The Home Depot Blog’s Patio Style Challenge series featured several DIY projects. Caitlin’s the designer and blogger behind Desert Domicile, and here she has a tutorial for a vertical succulent garden that decorates her front porch.
 
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