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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Feldman Architecture
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Waterproof membrane and insulation--not 100% DIY
edging to make sure your plants don’t slide off the roof. But as for the actual garden installation, Coulson believes it can be a relatively easy DIY project.
decorative edging to make sure your plants don’t slide off the roof. But as for the actual garden installation, Coulson believes it can be a relatively easy DIY project.
“green roof” — valentinaosorio
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Doheny Estates
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that has some brown blades blended in to make it look more natural, and always ask for recommendations from your installer. Homeowners who have strong DIY experience can take on a project like this in smaller spaces, but others should consider hiring a professional.
that has some brown blades blended in to make it look more natural, and always ask for recommendations from your installer. Homeowners who have strong DIY experience can take on a project like this in smaller spaces, but others should consider hiring a professional.
“Grass corridor” — David Hu
CM Glover
1 Review
Craftiness and Color in Warrenton
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inspired by a great Houzz Tour. One terrific way to figure out how to pull everything together is by studying a real home brimming with budget-friendly DIY ideas. Bookmark the ones you love and make notes about which projects you would like to try.Get a great Houzz Tour: Craftiness and Color in 3 Charming
“pillow collection. silouhettes on pillows!” — kristenpking
ABCD Design LLC
Soho Loft
Ideabooks9,396
Questions14
The mirrored walls was DIY! 48 mirrors were hung using a level and mastic over a black wall. Wow!
The mirrored wall was a DIY project that mimics the design of a loft window. After painting the wall black, she along with her husband hung 48 mirrors using a laser level and mirror mastic.
Diy mirror wall
“Good for bedroom” — jwarneke
The Locker
Lockette's Inspiring Home
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hoops to hold scraps of fabric, and voila! Instant art display. Got a home project you're working on now? Let us know in the comments below. More DIY ideas for your home
DIY aspect
“Hoops” — Whitney Palka
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Brockway sink
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intentions of leaving it that way," she explains. After spending a lot of time on internet forums about painting cast-iron fixtures, she realized a DIY project that involved a lot of chemicals was not a good choice for a pregnant woman. "It was so much easier to take it to a local auto body shop (Branning's
intentions of leaving it that way," she explains. After spending a lot of time on internet forums about painting cast-iron fixtures, she realized a DIY project that involved a lot of chemicals was not a good choice for a pregnant woman. "It was so much easier to take it to a local auto body shop (Branning's
“frozen” — azameleven
Scottish Window Tinting
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Window Tint Installation
Ideabooks98
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windows by a professional installer. I don’t recommend this as a DIY project, primarily because of warranty issues.
Window films are installed on the insides of your windows by a professional installer. I don’t recommend this as a DIY project, primarily because of warranty issues.
Window films are installed on the insides of your windows by a professional installer. I don’t recommend this as a DIY project, primarily because of warranty issues.That leads me to a short warranty discussion. Most window manufacturers will void their warranty if film is applied to their windows. This
“need window film to keep furnishings from fading” — soledadhumeres
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homeschool loft
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Ranee, an avid DIY-er, salvaged an old wooden electrical spool left over from her home's construction. She now uses it as a shelf for textbooks and other reading material
Ranee, an avid DIY-er, salvaged an old wooden electrical spool left over from her home's construction. She now uses it as a shelf for textbooks and other reading material.
“Spool shelf; most everything in the room'” — psmdbrooks
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