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ART IS BEAUTY: Gray and Copper Desk Makeover ~The Fab Furniture Flippin' Contest

ART IS BEAUTY: Gray and Copper Desk Makeover ~The Fab Furniture Flippin' Contest

Music lovers will want this one-of-a-kind Guitar Shelf for their studio wall. Lined with 1940s sheet music and varnish, this unique piece has

Music lovers will want this one-of-a-kind Guitar Shelf for their studio wall. Lined with 1940s sheet music and varnish, this unique piece has

By combining simple lines and stained-pine construction with a modern-style sink, this vanity combines rustic and contemporary for a sophisticated look. That makes it perfect whether your style leans toward farmhouse or contemporary. Plus it offers large shelves for storage, and it’s easy to build.

By combining simple lines and stained-pine construction with a modern-style sink, this vanity combines rustic and contemporary for a sophisticated look. That makes it perfect whether your style leans toward farmhouse or contemporary. Plus it offers large shelves for storage, and it’s easy to build.

This idea of creating upcycled wood pallet beds and playhouse for the cats is useful for those who love cats and have many in their home. It can be copied by a person who runs an organization for the pets because it makes managing them easy by providing them a proper place to sleep and play.

This idea of creating upcycled wood pallet beds and playhouse for the cats is useful for those who love cats and have many in their home. It can be copied by a person who runs an organization for the pets because it makes managing them easy by providing them a proper place to sleep and play.

If you've ever watched Fixer Upper, then you know how much Joanna Gaines loves a salvaged windmill. But they are SO expensive...so I decided to recreate that same farmhouse look by repurposing some outdated ceiling fan blades into a faux, weathered, vintage windmill. How crazy awesome is that?? All the details are in the tutorial by #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

If you've ever watched Fixer Upper, then you know how much Joanna Gaines loves a salvaged windmill. But they are SO expensive...so I decided to recreate that same farmhouse look by repurposing some outdated ceiling fan blades into a faux, weathered, vintage windmill. How crazy awesome is that?? All the details are in the tutorial by #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com