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Boring Living Room - Need Help!!, This space is connected with my breakfast room and kitchen- I'd like to keep it simple but not boring! I will be keeping existing couches and rug... Anything else is up in the air. I don't want to spend too much, though!, Living Rooms
eph BackYard for Low Maintenance and Water Conservation, Water conserving backyard with putting green, Yards
Blank Canvas-Living Room with Vaulted Ceilings. Help!, This is my new living room. I haven't moved yet, but I would like to know how to decorate it when I do. It is an apartment so I can't mount my tv on the wall. The vaulted ceiling shown at the door is the same heights on the other side. I have a large sofa and an chair and a half, as well as a tv stand. Any ideas on placement of the furniture and especially how to decorate the vaulted ceiling would be appreciative., Living Rooms
accent wall in Kitchen, Accent wall just off my kitchen... Painted (Warm Caramel), New mirrors hung horizontally, lamp, vases, metal wall art, and framed art, all items I already had... So I just arranged them... And created a nice warm space off my kitchen..., Kitchens
Budget-Friendly DIY Kitchen Makeover, The 1990s oak kitchen in my new-to-me lakehouse was dated, worn-out, and provided little storage space.  With my Handy Hubby, I removed the upper cabinetry and tile, painted the remaining lower cabinets turquoise, added crisp white paneling, open shelving and DIY pantry, built a DIY solid maple counter, plus added a shiny new sink, faucet, and hardware.  It's a temporary solution to get us through the next five years while we save for a major remodel, but we like it so much it might stick around longer!

See more of the space here (including links to all of the DIY projects and sources plus a budget breakdown): 

http://dans-le-townhouse.blogspot.ca/2014/06/the-big-kitchen-reveal.html, Kitchens
rustic renovations, wood fence, Yards

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