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storage. Another option is to choose a storage ottoman or bench, either as your coffee table or as an extra seat tucked away beneath a console. You can store media, games, magazines and even shoes inside. The key is to use it to hide the things that usually look messy when strewn all over your living room
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budget), it could still pay to track down a slab or two of cool-looking reclaimed wood. Try using Ikea table legs or steel pipes from the hardware store to make a one-of-a-kind table for only the cost of materials.
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Make gloomy side yards enticing. Side yards are often overlooked in the garden as areas of little potential, and are relegated to storing trash bins, compost heaps and other eyesores. Side yards in the shade can look even more depressing.To make things interesting, plant tropical bulbs
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AFTER: NanaWall doors open up the interior to the outdoors. Cervantes and team ran the electrical wiring that was previously stored in the interior wall in a new beam running the length of the room.Armchairs, sofa, coffee table: Restoration Hardware
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3. Scrub and store outdoor furniture and tools. By the end of October, with light fading earlier and weather becoming less friendly, your outdoor seating area is likely
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cast a warm glow over an antique trunk, an extra-deep leather sofa and a reclaimed coffee table. Furnishings: Aurora Mills, Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Earthwise Architectural Salvage, Second Use
twoThe spherical brass pendant lamp in this hallway echoes the shape of the round window at the end. It’s a nice touch, but another surprise is in store in the form of the stable door. Just delightful.
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Choose your height. Lighter appliances can be stored at lower levels, leaving the counter-height shelves for items that are used with more frequency.This pantry, designed by Crisp Architects, measures about 3 feet deep and 6½ wide. Its lower two shelves are reserved for easy-to-lift appliances, keeping