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DIY herringbone desk - popsicle sticks are not just for toddlers!
This DIY was not born out of necessity. There are about twelve million projects around the house that require my attention, and playing with popsicle sticks to make a computer desk was not one of them. This DIY was born out of curiosity. I saw Melissa @shipsfurnitureflips make over an old sideboard using...
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Board and batten diy: do's and don'ts
This is my board and batten wall. There are many like it, but this one is mine 🙂 The internet does not need another board and batten tutorial – those are a dime a dozen. So instead of giving you a step-by-step, I thought I’d help you navigate through some do’s and don’ts I learned...
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Entryway roundup
I shared before that our entryway took some time to come together. So I thought I’d break down the elements that go into making this part of the house both functional and pretty. I narrowed it down to the main components and sourced multiple items for each one. Once you figure out what works within...
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Entryway inspiration
Our entryway has gone through several transformations, none of which have worked too well. Originally, we had this console table I built along with some poufs and a mirror. It looked good, but was not all that functional: the poufs were hard to sit on, the rug kept getting in the way and we had no “landing...
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DIY built-in bar
We had this niche in the basement, where the wall follows the outline of the fireplace upstairs. As soon as I saw it, I had to figure out the best way to use it.   A book shelf, cabinet, a banquette, a bench – I considered several options. That’s how this bar area in our basement came about. ...
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