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Stylish Brackets for Open Shelving in the Kitchen
Open shelves are all the rage right now in kitchen design. The pages of any magazine show this trend displayed over and over again.
25 Recycling Ideas Turning Clutter into Creative Wall Decorations
Creative wall decorations are perfect for personalizing rooms
13 DIY Composting Toilet Ideas to Make Going Off-Grid Easier
To pick the right DIY composting toilet for you, consider your building skills, budget, and which of our ideas would be the most feasible for you.
Easily Refinish Countertops with Epoxy
Epoxy countertops are an quick and easy way to refinish existing countertops. Completely customize your kitchen with a durable, long lasting coating.
Open Shelves in the Kitchen
Open Shelves area a great item to add to kitchen designs. They can be a very functional way to have the items you use frequently right at your finger…
RV Shoe Storage Ideas
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Tiny 'Majestic Bus' House Is Pure Inspiration To De-Clutter Our Lives
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The Softer Shades of Summer Guest Bedroom
In the past I was all about vivid colors. When we built our house the dining room was navy blue including the ceiling. The great room and foyer were a raspberryish color and the master bedroom was green including the carpet. Yea, that was the nineties. The kitchen and master bath were wallpapered in prints that pulled all those colors together. I still love color, but I just don't want my whole house filled with deep dark hues anymore. It seems as I age I want lighter and brighter…
This Tiny, One-Room Cabin Is the Ultimate Artist's Escape
This particular cabin was built for a writer/artist as a retreat from the busyness of life. Inside, there is a writing desk along one wall that can flip up on hinges to use. The back wall has a built-in bed that also serves for seating, and it has storage drawers underneath. Nearby is a working full bathroom housed inside a barn.
Guide to Tiny House Living — Exploratory Glory Travel Blog, Tinyhouse living, Travel deals
You might hear the words “tiny house” and cringe at the thought of living like a Sardine or maybe bumping into your significant other all day like a couple of knuckleheads. Well, the truth is that some tiny houses just might make you feel like a Sardine, but for the most part, tiny homes are intelligently designed to maximize storage with minimal space, leaving ample room to maneuver around.