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Stylish DIY Project Ideas: 10 Ideas to Make for Your Home

Whether you want to save money, personalize your home, or just satisfy your crafting itch, these do-it-yourself projects are a great way to put your mark on your home.

Build a Birch-Log Coffee Table

Love the natural look? Get outdoorsy style for way less than catalog prices.

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La casa de la instagramer Patricia Gómez es reflejo de su gusto por el estilo escandinavo.

Cantinho do café em casa - dicas para montar o seu, receitas e benefícios

Ideias de cantinho do café com imagens para inspirar, dicas para você montar o seu , receitas com café e benefícios

DIY wood window valance

This DIY wood window valance pairs beautifully with lace curtains and adds the perfect elegant but rustic addition to your home decor. VERY inexpensive!

Moldura de espelho com madeira

Aprenda Melhores Ideias de "Como Fazer Moldura para Espelho" que Você Pode Fazer Facilmente. Veja Agora Aqui!

Tree branch + Twig bracket= curtain rod. Easy. Sneezy. Breezy.

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How to Make Your Own Wood Window Valence with Curtains

How to Make Your Own Wood Window Valence with Curtains. DIY Farmhouse Wood Valance Tutorial. Step by step instructions to build your own wood valances.

Treating Wood Slices to Prevent Cracking

What is wood stabilizer and why you might want to use it. This product is perfect for keeping wood slices from cracking or the bark from falling off.

DIY Wooden Window Cornice

Hey guys! So, I've been building furniture for our new home, like crazy and realized that I haven't done much in the way of our windows! I have done panels for my dining room and living

Bring the Outdoors Inside

After this homeowner finished the powder room in her Norwich, Vermont, house with tree-themed wallpaper she took salvaging a step further by scooping up birch branches, cutting them down with a Japanese pull saw, sanding the edges, and fashioning a towel bar—and a matching handle for the plunger. "The trick is to find the right branch," he says. "If it's a good piece of wood, the bark stays on."RELATED: A Trip to the Lumber Yard with Norm Abram