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(like the DIY pallet headboard shown here) to bring in rustic warmth, and personalize your space with a meaningful word spelled out on the wall. Fling a necklace over the corner of your headboard or tuck photos into your mirror — this is your most private space, so just do what makes you happy.
DIY pallet headboard
inexpensive DIY...pallet projects
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glacé project for a different look
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here is a DIY on doing just that, even with mismatched chairs! http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/319828/list/DIY-Project--Sit-Pretty-with-Mismatched-Chairs
could be a diy
smaller project, but don't know if the quality is good enough for entire wall?
with the DIY Faux Hide rug set from Flor, made with recycled content; shown here in green.Nursery style notes: Scoop up an armful of empty picture frames on the cheap at local yard sales, then paint them cheerful hues to add dimension to an artful display.
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
I am a DIY homeowner not a designer.Thanks
tons of DIY tips. For example, look at Janell Beal's blog. I LOVE her projects (where does she get the time--she must not sleep!) http://isabellaandmaxrooms.blogspot.com/
tons of DIY tips. For example, look at Janell Beal's blog. http://isabellaandmaxrooms.blogspot.com/ Where did you get these pillows or fabric? Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab They're from a couple of different places - CB2, Arhaus,
450 Architects, Inc.
DIYPro or DIY? A small flagstone patio is a doable multiweekend DIY if you feel up for it. Otherwise, hiring a pro is the way to go.Process snapshot: Dig out the patio area about 6 inches deep, fill it with gravel, then top it with a thin layer of coarse sand. Set each piece of flagstone into place like
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