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36 Genius Ways To Hide The Eyesores In Your Home

36 Genius Ways To Hide The Eyesores In Your Home
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33 Amazing Ideas That Will Make Your House Awesome We’ve all got some sort of idea of how our dream home might look. Some of us have just got to have a pool, while others want clever modern design, sustainability, or integration with natural elements. No matter what it is that makes your dream home unique, here are a few examples of homes where people have been able to realize some of their greatest home design fantasies. [Read more...] These ingenious home improvements run from pools and aquariums to cleverly-hidden storage spaces, multi-purpose furniture and… cat transit walkways. Maybe you’ll recognize something that you’ve always wanted to see, or maybe the pictures will get your juices flowing and inspire you to come up with or even build something new. Warning – viewing some of these images may make you feel dissatisfied with your current home! 1. Image credits: 2. Image credits: Hilden and Diaz 3. Image credits: unknown 4. Image credits: 5. Image credits: Justin Kemp 6. Image credits: unknown 7. 8. 9. 10.

Genius Ideas For Organizng Your Kitchen The kitchen is the one room in any home that could always use more storage. Here are a few simple ideas to organize your kitchen in order to maximize storage space. Save Use a magazine holder to organize your canned goods. Use a CD rack to organize your food container lids. Install T-molding to organize wine glasses. Turn an old bi-fold door into storage for your cleaning supplies. Fold your used plastic bags to conserve space. Make a sponge holder from a recycled shampoo bottle. Sew Velcro onto your dish towel to keep it in place. Store cookie cutters on a paper towel dispenser. Recycle frappuccino bottles to store snacks. Use a wipes container to store plastic bags. Use a desk rack to organize cutting boards and sheet pans. Use bamboo skewers to store kitchen knives. Save Stay up-to-date on any new tips, tutorial, recipes, family fun, and much more by joining DIY Home Sweet Home's social networks.

28 Surprising Things That Really Work, According To Pinterest 31 Insanely Clever Remodeling Ideas For Your New Home It's HERE! The Kitchen Cabinet Tour!! Because the kitchen is typically the most used room in the house, it's extremely important to ensure that it's organized and functional for all the action that it receives! This isn't always an easy task and often times takes some patience and planning! Which explains why I received the following question from a reader, along with many other's just like it: "Dear Jen, do you have any tips on how to organize kitchen cabinets for maximum storage and efficiency? I would love to see the layout of your kitchen and behind all those cabinet doors!" So I finally got off of my tush and went through our entire kitchen to take pictures of the insides of each and EVERY cabinet and drawer. First, let's start out with a little reminder of what our kitchen looks like: Itty bitty. And now for the picture tour! To really maximize our storage, we popped an organizer over the door as well! My favorite tips for a pantry? Right next to our pantry, we have our spice cabinet with magnetic spice tins:

DIY Bookcase Built Ins If you missed the first part, check it out here and the second part here. Progress! The built ins are now installed and secured to the wall. These babies aren’t going anywhere. To install the overhang, I bought 5 of these L brackets and two corner braces. We wanted the overhang to sit further off the wall than the tall vertical shelves to give it some dimension. Then we added the L brackets to the studs (leveling as we went) so the overhang can sit on them. …then screwed the overhang into the L brackets. For some added security, we used two corner brackets to secure the top of the overhang to the wall. We needed a base to raise up the tall vertical shelves so that they would be level with the top of the overhang . (this thing is the icing to my DIY cake…can’t wait to use it again). In order for the tops to be level, the base needed to be 4 layers high. So now the tops are all level and the overhang sits out a bit for the dimension we wanted! So here we are now!

Stfu Assholes • 36 Things You Obviously Need In Your New Home How to Organize the Kitchen in 30 Minutes Organizing your kitchen can seem overwhelming. Even in small kitchens there are usually multiple cabinets and shelves, and so many different potential areas for clutter: food, cleaning supplies, dishes, and so on. But creating a neater kitchen doesn’t have to be an onerous all-day project. You can really get a lot done in 30 minutes. You can do this without any special tools, but you might want to keep a pen and paper near you for jotting down any thoughts you have about future organization. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 30 Minutes Organization ProjectsFind more organizing projects you can complete in 30 minutes or less. DIY Bookcase Built Ins In case you missed it: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Y’all. The built ins are done. D-O-N-E. Imagine me doing a celebratory dance around my house…emphasis on the imagine part because I’m too tired to get up. First, let me explain how we covered the L brackets on the overhang… Remember how these brackets were showing? We first added some 1×2’s… …then cut this board to size. And then nailed that board to the 1×2’s. By the way, I just bought this nail gun . To install the crown, we first added some baseboard to the top to beef it up a bit. We added some trim to the sides and extended the baseboards around the front of the shelves. By the way, I used the coping method to install the baseboards. The top of the base will be covered later with more trim… All I can say is…thank goodness for caulking that fills in all those little gaps! I bought the picture lights found here to mount on the bookcases. Ready to be painted! Are you ready for it??? The view coming down the stairs… And now for some decorations…