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DIY Built-In Media IKEA Wall Unit with Extra Storage created from an IKEA bookcase. Get a build in look on a budget and even install it yourself.  Looking for more IKEA hacks? Create a flat front file cabinet made from an IKEA Kallax. Or go for a high class IKEA hack look with these projects. […] The post DIY Built-In Media IKEA Wall Unit with Extra Storage appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: $20 to $250, before and after, build, by level, by material, contributor, how to, intermediate, shelves, tutorials, wood and plywoods etc., built in storage, built-ins, family room, ikea, ikea hack, media center, media room, play rooms, pretty storage, storage solutions

This easy lemon cupcake recipe is the perfect light dessert for spring and summer! Lemon cupcakes made from scratch with fresh lemon juice and lemon zest for a fresh lemon flavor.  For more cupcakes made from scratch, try chocolate carrot cake cupcakes, streusel pound cake cupcakes, s’mores cupcakes or blue velvet cupcakes.  Easy Lemon Cupcake […] The post Easy Lemon Cupcakes From Scratch appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: desserts, easter, holiday, recipes, spring, summer, baking, cupcake, cupcakes, dessert, easter dessert, lemon

How do you decorate a large wall without painting? This roundup of DIY wall decor ideas for large walls has dozens of ideas  for large wall decor you can make yourself, on a budget.  When you have a large wall space that needs some love, we have 3 go to options for DIY wall decor: […] The post 60 Budget-Friendly DIY Wall Decor Ideas for Large Walls appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: art, decorate, budget decor, deck the walls, decorating, diy wall art, diy wall decor, engineer print, home decor, large print, large wall art, top 25, wall art, wall decor

Follow this easy crockpot ham recipe to make a delicious slow cooker ham with pineapple glaze. Makes for an easy dinner for Easter Sunday or any Sunday!  Pair with our bacon green beans and cheesy potato galette (as an easy alternative to scalloped potatoes) for a full meal. Don’t forget the deviled eggs as an […] The post Easy Crockpot Ham Recipe with Pineapple Brown Sugar Glaze appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: christmas, dinner, easter, holiday, holidays, main dishes, recipes, sauces, crock pot, crockpot, dinner, ham, pineapple, slow cooker

Your knees and back are tired of you gardening on the ground! That’s why Cassity and I, designed and built a DIY raised garden bed that you can stand next to, to do all your gardening at counter height.  Your back will thank you later. 🙂 This post contains affiliate links. Learn more and read […] The post How to Build a Raised Garden Bed for Square Foot Gardening and More appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: *our projects, $20 to $250, beginner, build, how to, remodel inspiration by room, videos

Storage trunks are a great way to add extra storage in plain sight in a beautiful way. There are so many places to add extra storage with the help of a trunk, chest, or bench. Add more hidden storage with these in-wall ideas, bathroom storage, and more great storage ideas. Storage Trunks to Buy Storage […] The post 20+ Storage Trunks to Buy and Build appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: remodel inspiration by room, round up posts, shopping guide, storage ideas, storage solutions

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Jaime Costiglio of Jaime Costiglio came up with a beautiful way to add character to this wedding reception entrance. Her DIY wooden planter boxes created a warm and welcoming feeling. Just follow Jaime’s step-by-step DIY wooden planter boxes tutorial for your patio or next event! DIY Wooden Planter Boxes Wedding décor includes everything from the smallest... The post DIY Wooden Planter Boxes appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, diy projects, diy wedding decor, lumber

Turning Your Basement Into The Perfect Workspace Spring is that glorious time of year when you feel a need to clean the massive mess produced throughout the winter when motivation was the only thing lower than the temperature. Unfortunately, I do not own a garage at this time, but I do have a basement that... The post Turning Your Basement Into The Perfect Workspace appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, clean sweep, cleaning supplies, spring cleaning

Stacy Risenmay of Not Just A Housewife wanted to come up with a fun bed design for her son’s new room. This DIY modern bed with storage not only looks great in a kid’s room, but it’s also very functional. Read on to see step-by-step instructions! How to Build a DIY Modern Bed with Storage When he... The post How to Build a Modern Bed with Storage appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, bedroom ideas, furniture, plywood

Stacy Risenmay of Not Just a Housewife recently re-designed her son’s bedroom. For the new space, Stacy built a custom modern loft bed. Find out how you can recreate this look in six simple steps! Six Easy Steps to Build a DIY Modern Loft Bed for Teens When I was planning this bedroom makeover I knew... The post Build a Modern Loft Bed in Six Steps appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, bedroom ideas, furniture

Spring Cleaning: A Garage Makeover New year, new garage, who this? That’s right! I had the opportunity to partner up with Home Depot to transform my lack luster garage into the ultimate one stop shop for all my organization and cleaning needs. Fun fact: I wanted to sleep on top of the workbench the night... The post Spring Cleaning: A Garage Makeover appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, clean sweep, organization, spring cleaning, storage

Spring Cleaning: Start by Organizing Your Garage Now that the cold dark season we call winter is coming to an end, we’re finally starting to see some hope in the form of blue skies and slightly less freezing temperatures. Ah, spring is right around the corner. Naturally, the garage is the messiest place in our... The post How to Organize Your Garage Like a Pro appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, clean sweep, garage ideas, organization, spring cleaning, storage

After Shelby Vanhoy of Pretty in the Pines bought a new home, she knew she wanted to redo the fireplace to match her style. By re-tiling the fireplace and adding shiplap above the mantle, Shelby was able to elongate the fireplace and make the entire room feel brighter. Read on to see the steps Shelby took for... The post How to Brighten Up a Room with a Fireplace Makeover appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, fireplaces, home improvement, living room ideas

Maybe your patio furniture needs a complete overhaul. Or, maybe it just needs a little tweaking. When you have the freedom to mix and match patio furniture, you can take what you love and leave what you don’t. Check out how you can create this outdoor oasis with mix and match patio furniture and... The post Mix and Match Patio Furniture to Create Your Perfect Set appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, outdoor living, patio, patio ideas

Staci Salazar, the blogger behind Our Family Lifestyle, wanted to add farmhouse style to her build grade home. With a little bit of planning, she was able to make a big impact. Read on for six simple farmhouse kitchen ideas from Staci that will give your kitchen a fresh, new look. Six Easy Farmhouse Kitchen Ideas... The post Six Easy Farmhouse Kitchen Ideas appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, home improvement, kitchen ideas, paint

Kitchen Hardware Refresh Updating your cabinet hardware can give your kitchen a complete refresh. Oftentimes, cabinet knobs and pulls are the last thing you think about when styling your home decor.  Replacing your kitchen hardware is an easy way to freshen up the look of your kitchen and can be completed easily and inexpensively. We... The post Kitchen Hardware Refresh appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, hardware, kitchen, liberty, martha stewart living

TK More Stories from Remodelista Steal This Look: A Small but Smart Kitchen in Brooklyn Remodeling 101: The Viking vs. Wolf Range 15 Ideas to Steal from Vintage Kitchens

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Categories: kitchens

Kyle Hoff and Alex O'Dell are on a mission to rethink apartment essentials. Wanting to offer millennials affordable and simple—plus well-built and American-made—alternatives to Ikea and its kind, they set up shop in a Detroit garage in 2014 and named their company Floyd (a salute to the three-generations of steel workers in Kyle's family, all Floyds). Their debut design, the Floyd Leg, is a steel clamp-on support that can turn just about any flat surface into a table. "The idea was born out of...

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Categories: bedrooms

David Friedlander and Jacqueline Schmidt's 700-square-foot Brooklyn apartment is full of smart ideas: Sliding doors and Murphy beds throughout, plus a surprisingly spacious-feeling galley kitchen. Among the ideas we're planning to co-opt: 24-inch stainless steel appliances, a budget faucet, and honed, not polished, marble countertops.  Above: Architect David Bucovy converted a traditional kitchen into a minimalist galley design. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Dwell...

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Categories: kitchens

Emanuel de Sousa, an architect, and his finance sister Patricia de Sousa teamed up in 2012 to open Rosa Et Al, a six-room guesthouse in a 19th-century building in the arts district of Porto, Portugal, with a midcentury vibe, accented with unexpected homey touches (including afghan throws crocheted by Patricia). The hotel's small concept shop offers design books, homemade limoncello, local Portuguese wines, and more; also on offer: wine tastings, special events, and workshops and retreats...

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Categories: design travel

Meet the next generation of the Noguchi light: washi paper pendants by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, the British duo who designed London's pierced metal 2012 Olympic torch. Known as Hotaru—which means "firefly" in Japanese—the new lanterns are made by hand by Ozeki & Co., the Japanese company that's been producing Noguchi's light sculptures since the early fifties. “We have always loved the simplicity and beauty of Japanese paper lanterns and have often talked about designing them," say...

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Categories: home inspiration

From weird color combinations to grandmother chic: our predictions for the interiors trends that will define 2016. 1. Grandmother Chic Above: We're obsessed with the needlepoint headboard at the Durslade Farmhouse in Somerset, England. 2. Shield Shapes  Above: Shield shapes are making a splash, from mirrors to cutting boards. 3. Artisanal Architectural Hardware  Above: Beyond the plastic switchplate: One-off architectural hardware is a trend...

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Categories: design travel

We're ringing in the New Year with a look at what's new and fresh (and surprising) in interior design. Above: Photograph via Saar Manche. Monday Above: In today's Design News department, we're identifying 16 trends that will define the coming year in design (including grandmother chic).  Tuesday Above: Tomorrow in Steal This Look, we identify the components that make this streamlined Brooklyn kitchen so smart and functional. Wednesday ...

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Madrid architect Camino Alonso compares her 290-square-foot prefab house to a Monopoly game piece. Designed for two—and portable, no less—it's so cleverly laid out that there's plenty of storage. Really. If you have a spot to put it—and live within driving distance of the Madrid factory that makes it—you can buy your own tiny house. Prices start at €21,900 (about $24,000). The secret to making the space feel airy? High ceilings. With its steep roof line, the house departs deliberately from the...

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Categories: architecture & interiors

A new wave of entrepreneurs is taking on Ikea, cutting out the middlemen and offering flat pack furniture direct to consumers and, in some cases, at below-Ikea prices. Akron Street Above: The Draper Desk is $485. Founders Lulu Li and Hansley Yunez named their company after the street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where they had their first apartment. Their first collection of furniture is made of FSC-certified white oak from the Appalachians, and the furniture itself is...

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This week the Gardenista team revisits the greatest gardening hits of 2015. Above: A look at the favorite plants of Charles and Ray Eames at the iconic modernist house in A Modern Garden: At Home with Charles and Ray Eames. Above: Gardenista's 10 favorite succulents and the secrets to caring for them in 10 Easy Pieces: Best Succulents. Above: Get the look of a 19th-century greenhouse with Hardscaping 101: Steel Factory-Style Windows and...

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Categories: outdoor spaces











Apply basic carpentry techniques to primed boards and molding to add a formal, elegant touch to any room

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Categories: interior upgrades

Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner patch a hardwood floor to make it look seamless

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Categories: how-to video

Ask This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shows the proper way to prune a branch without damaging the tree

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Ask This Old House landscape designer Jenn Nawada explains how to create a piece of artwork out of succulent plants

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Reworking a cramped master bath for accessibility allows everyone room to move

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