My Mudroom Makeover Reveal: How To Turn A Small Space Into A Dream Craft Room Workspace On A Budget
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My Mudroom Makeover Reveal: How To Turn A Small Space Into A Dream Craft Room Workspace On A Budget

If you could add one room to your house, what type of room would it be?

Our small home doesn’t have much storage space but I’ve managed to turn a tiny room (just 35 square feet!) into the organized craft room of my dreams with smart storage for my paint, paper, and craft tools. Using a cheap shelving unit and colorful decor, I now have a room to keep all my craft projects corralled. Here’s how I turned a small room with limited floor space into a Crafting Workspace and Storage Room that functions well and looks beautiful …

Fall Home Decor Ideas + Projects for Historic Homes
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Fall Home Decor Ideas + Projects for Historic Homes

Now that we’re officially in the Fall Season here in the United States, I’m ready to prepare my home for colder weather with a cozy revamp. To inspire you to make your historic (or maybe just older?) home feel more like Autumn in the Northeast, I’m showing you 10 of my favorite DIY decor projects for Fall.

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Affordable Schoolhouse Lighting and a DIY Project To Get The Look Of An Enamelware Industrial Sconce

Last week, I told you all about my plans to incorporate Modern Schoolhouse Style into the decor of our 1920s Bungalow. This week, I’m showing you how I made an easy upgrade to a cheap light fixture to make it look like an expensive vintage reproduction. Plus, I’m doing a round-up with 60 of my favorite budget schoolhouse lights for decorating your own home!

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Decorating With Modern Schoolhouse Style: Budget Friendly Wall Storage with A Vintage Industrial Look

Now that we’ve settled into our new house and most of the moving boxes have been unpacked, I’m getting the itch to decorate all the spaces. Unfortunately, we’re lacking two of the main requirements for a full-scale home redesign: time and money. But that’s okay because I brainstormed and developed a plan to decorate and organize the dining room / entryway with a very affordable budget. How’d I do it? DIY, of course. Here’s what I did …

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Easy 2×4 Building Project Ideas: What To Do With All That Scrap Wood

August was an awesome month for DIY bloggers to show off their best 2×4 DIY builds! Today, I’m highlighting my favorite wood projects that look super professional and don’t take much time or materials! Most of these could be made with the wood scraps I have lying around my garage!

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DIY a Modern Wood Broom from a 2×4: Upcycling A Broken Broom Into Functional Art

Our old, cheap broom was broken during the move. After a ton of research, I decided I wanted an upscale model. But since I didn’t want to pay the upscale prices (some were as much as $150!), I figured out a way to reuse my broken broom bristles to DIY a cleaning utensil I’m proud to display …

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Serena & Lily Inspired Console Table: Build It Cheaper Than You Can Buy It

I really wanted the Blake Raffia Console table from Serena & Lily but at $1200, it was way out of our budget. So I DIYed my own version for just $150 and was able to customize the dimensions so it fits perfectly in my foyer. Here’s how I got the look …

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Kid’s Closet Playroom Makeover: How To Stain Wood In Rainbow Colors

DIY Rainbow Wood Stain For Kid’s Toy Storage

Today I’m showing you how I created a custom toy storage solution that any kid would love. Using inexpensive lumber and some creative finishing techniques, I’ll show you how to pep up the utilitarian items to insure your kid loves putting away their toys!

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Burl Wood Furniture Hack and Factory Finish Paint Job You Can DIY

An Upscale Furniture Makeover For Cheap: Today I’m showing you how to get the look of expensive burl wood for less than $20 and in under 20 minutes. Plus I’m divulging my tips for getting a chalk paint finish without buying those expensive chalk paints.