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Sarah Lampley of Sarah Lampley Blog loves decorating the inside of her home for the holidays. When it came to the exterior decorating though, she was overwhelmed. Fortunately, her neighbor is a holiday decorating pro, and volunteered to help decorate and light up their house for this holiday. Read on to find her holiday decorating tips for... The post Holiday Decorating Tips for Your Home appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, christmas, curb appeal ideas, holiday, porch ideas, wreaths

DIH Workshop: Tombstone Halloween Candy Holder Decorating for the holidays can be overwhelming. In order to add an easy, festive touch to your home this Halloween, a simple DIY candy holder can really bring your decor to the next level! Keep reading to see how this group of talented bloggers customized DIY candy holders to fit... The post DIH Workshop: Tombstone Halloween Candy Holder appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, diy projects, halloween

A delicious and easy gingerbread cookie recipe for the holiday season. See how food blogger Kate Parham Kordsmeier from Root + Revel created this recipe from scratch for a delicious treat this holiday season. Gingerbread Cookie Recipe Ingredients 1 tsp. sea salt 1 tbsp. baking powder 2 eggs 1 tbsp. ground ginger 1 tsp. ground nutmeg... The post Holiday Gingerbread Cookie Recipe appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, holiday recipes

Hello Remodelaholics! I’m Tasha and I blog over at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body about thrifty DIY projects and home renovations.  You may remember some of my other contributor posts, like the one about how to transform an outdated, cultured marble vanity with concrete or my popular post about how we built a wood screen to hide the ugly utility […] The post Upcycled Coffee Table Turned Upholstered Bench appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: diy, furniture, tutorials, upholstery, bench, coffee and end tables, refinished furniture, upcycle

Check out how DIY blogger Adrienne Boswell from Chic California transformed an old TV armoire with a weathered wood herringbone pattern for her office. Upgrade an Old Armoire for a Weathered Wood Herringbone Look You probably have an old TV armoire or have seen one at a garage sale or thrift store recently. Most of today’s... The post Upgrade an Old Armoire for a Weathered Wood Herringbone Look appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, accent wall, home office ideas, living room ideas

HI Guys! It is Kristin from Postbox Designs E-Design back with another custom Mood Board JUST FOR YOU! I may be a designer, but I’m also a Mom of 3 so functionality, durability, and style (of course) always tops my list whenever I work on a project for a client or in my own home. And […] The post Create a Timeless Farmhouse Bathroom That Will Stand the Test of Time appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: bathrooms, contributor, decorating, design inspiration, guest bloggers, home, mood boards, bathroom decor, bathroom ideas, bathroom light fixtures, bathroom makeover, bathroom mood board, bathroom sconces, bathroom shower tile, bathroom tile floor, cement tile floor, edesign, farmhouse bathroom, farmhouse bathroom decor, farmhouse bathroom mood board, farmhouse decor, farmhouse decor style, paint color round up, subway tile shower, tile round up

Happy Saturday, Remodelaholics! Today we have a really fun, cheap, and easy (a DIYers favorite three words, right?) Halloween decor idea for you. I saw some clever shelf-sitting gold skeletons in a local store here but the sticker price was a little steep for me for Halloween decorating, so I hit up the dollar store […] The post Cheap & Easy Halloween Decor: Dollar Store Gold Skeletons appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: *our projects, crafts, halloween, videos, gold

Doing laundry can be a chore. But Lexy Ward, of the blog PROPER, found a way to get excited about it. Read on to find out how Lexy gave her laundry room a tile makeover with peel and stick tiles! Laundry Room Tile Makeover with Smart Tiles After moving into our new house, we knew there would... The post Laundry Room Tile Makeover with Smart Tiles appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, backsplashes, laundry room ideas, tile

Read on for the perfect holiday recipe for this season: a non-traditional chili rubbed roast turkey recipe from food blogger Kylie Mazon from Cooking with Cocktail Rings. Non-Traditional Chili Rubbed Roast Turkey Recipe with Orange While this turkey requires a bit of prep work, by creating the rub and then letting the turkey sit for about... The post A Non-Traditional Chili Rubbed Roast Turkey Recipe with Orange appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, holiday recipes

10/13/2017
I was recently looking for a new fall doormat, and fell down a major rabbit hole of inspiration and fall goodness! This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Learn more and read our full disclosure policy here.  In addition to regular big box stores, sites like Etsy now have so many cute and on-trend doormats […] The post Fall Doormats appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: design inspiration, doormats, rugs

Hello there! Welcome to another week of Friday Favorites and Remodelaholics Anonymous! We love seeing and sharing great ideas — so send them our way! If you have a blog, you can link up below, and if not, drop us a line here or message us on Facebook. PLUS — we are planning a big Creative Christmas Extravaganza (the name is […] The post Friday Favorites: Old Barn Door and Tassel Throw appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: link parties, friday favorites, remodelaholics anonymous

Adding tile to your kitchen can make your entire home feel brand new. Sarah Macklem, of The Yellow Cape Cod, found this to be true when she updated her kitchen backsplash with Smart Tiles. Check out how easy it was for Sarah to install peel & stick tiles! How to Install Peel & Stick Tiles I’ve... The post How to Install Peel & Stick Tiles appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, backsplashes, kitchen ideas, tile

Bathroom updates often get pushed to the side, but Elisha Albretsen of Pneumatic Addict decided it was finally time to give her sons’ bathroom a quick refresh. In just one weekend, Elisha was able to create a stylish and functional wall by installing Smart Tiles. Read on to see how this easy wall treatment transformed the space Peel... The post Peel and Stick Gray Subway Tile Bathroom appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, backsplashes, bathroom ideas, tile

Find out how food blogger Kenan Hill of Kenan Hill Blog dishes on her favorite “Upside Down” Butternut + Bacon Holiday Quiche recipe, perfect for holiday brunch. “Upside Down” Butternut + Bacon Holiday Quiche Ingredients For the Crust 1 ¼ cups all purpose flour 8 tbsp. cold butter, cubed ¼ tsp. salt 6 tbsp. ice water... The post “Upside Down” Butternut and Bacon Holiday Quiche Recipe appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, holiday recipes

Create the perfect holiday sangria from food blogger Kylie Mazon from Cooking with Cocktail Rings. Follow this simple Winter Red Sangria recipe that’s perfect for the holiday season. Winter Red Sangria Recipe Sangria is an easy drink to throw together for a party or gathering, particularly since you can make a large batch ahead of time.... The post Winter Red Sangria Recipe appeared first on The Home Depot Blog.

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Categories: uncategorized, holiday recipes

We are a big Halloween family here at our house — not quite so much in decorating as in dressing up! We love doing a themed family group costume every year. However, we… meaning I… am a big procrastinator so even though our costumes always turn out pretty awesome, it's always down to the wire. […] The post Procrastinators Rejoice! Easy Printable Last Minute Halloween Costumes appeared first on Remodelaholic.

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Categories: family, halloween, paper crafts, printable, canon, costumes, free printable, printable

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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Categories: home inspiration

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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Categories: home inspiration

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







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