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12x12 stone tiles from home improvement store, add felt to the bottom for inexpensive placemats or hot pads. Gorgeous! @ MyHomeLookBookMyHomeLookBook


A national spending study by American Express shows that about 75% of all homeowners do home improvement projects each year, spending more than $4,000 each. Materials account for a big chunk of this spending. For instance, floor tile for a bathroom can cost as much as $20 per square foot, which would add up to $2,400 for a 10-by-12-foot bathroom. One way to cut down this cost is to shop for secondhand materials.


I wanted a wood entry table without breaking the bank! I was searching for one that was long enough for my entry way and have the rustic wood look but was unable to find. Headed over to the local home improvement store and got 4-2x2 2-2x4 and 2-wider wood panels for the top. Several wood screws and ready for sanding. Purchased two in one poly and stain paint, did three coats and all done! I get so many compliments on my new table!


"Line your cooler with Reflectix (aluminized bubble wrap). You can find it at most home improvement stores. It was invented to insulate homes and buildings. Smart campers came up with the idea to use Reflectix to keep the heat out and the cold air in coolers. Cut the Reflectix into pieces that fit, lining the inside of your cooler, including the top/lid. You can even throw a sheet of Reflectix over the outside of your cooler to further insulate it."


Love this! Crate wall storage, brackets from a home improvement store. Laundry?

from DIO Home Improvements

DIY Air Return Vent

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Head board - painted canvas or MDF (can get at any home improvement store)

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How to Make an Easy Patio Privacy Screen

How to Make an Easy Patio Privacy Screen {Step-by-Step Tutorial} Almost any home improvement store carries lathe bundles - like 50 of them for $10.00 - I LOVE working with lathe and NOT in the traditional sense! It's just as fun as using pallets!

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How to Fix Chipped Concrete Steps

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