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We are at our little cottage in Dalarna and we are fixing it up. So we are able to use it even in the winter. (Dalarna is in th middle/north of Sweden. To me and Jenny it’s north but Sweden is a very tall country so I guess we are not even in the middle). Anyway it’s great cause I have the time and space to do lots of DIY projects. Starting with this lamp.
Well, this idea isn't only perfect for the abstract Anthro display above (you can read more about that project right here ). No, this idea and process can be used to make adorable doily bowls for your home! The process is easy and inexpensive. Here's how you to do it.
Are you wanting to get rid of those formica or tiled countertops? If so, concrete could be right for you! Many countertops can cost an unbelievable amount of money and for that reason replacing them is delayed or crossed off the home improvement list permanently. Concrete offers many perks when it comes to upgrading your kitchen.
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Lately we’ve been getting more requests for furniture DIY projects. Luckily this awesome tutorial from Sarah Torrence of 508 Restoration & Design for a salvaged barnwood headboard landed in my inbox, and was just too pretty to pass up. Due to their size and the amount of use they receive, headboards can be intimidating, even if the form is fairly straightforward. Sarah had demystified the process and given us a great starter project for anyone looking to give their bedroom a bit of that rustic, organic feel a perfect quick and easy refresh for fall.