flagstone path

How to Lay a Flagstone Pathway | Ideas And DIY Video Guide

    You look at the exterior of your home and it just simply doesn’t impress you. Maybe you want to sell your home, so you need to appeal to buyers. Or you may just want to spruce up the outside of your home and add something different without having to spend exorbitant amounts of money and […]

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    How to Lay Sod | Tips & Video Guide

      One of the easiest ways to have a luscious, green lawn is to lay sod. In the end, it will look like you spent a lot more than you really did. It’s perfect especially when the hotter weather rolls around, if you are planning to sell your home, or if you simply just want to […]

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      19 Stunning DIY Farmhouse Table Plans [List]

      A farmhouse table is the perfect finishing piece for a rustic dining room. If you’re a woodworker, building one doesn’t have to break the bank. We gathered 19 DIY farmhouse table plans below- many of them cost under $200 to build. We did notice some common and avoidable errors, particularly regarding warping and cracking. Check […]

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      Venetian Plaster Decorative Technique

      The Venetian Plaster Decorative Technique | How To

        Whether you’re decorating your home, you have become bored with the way it looks, or you simply want to add a pop of something special, there are lots of different things you could do to make your home look unique and classy. An interesting technique that you could do on your own, especially if you […]

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        How To Make The Best Paper Airplane [World Record Design]

          Making amazing paper airplanes is a party skill that you can learn in case you ever find yourself in a paper airplane building contest. One of our favorite designs is this World Record-smashing design from Takuo Toda. Video Guide: How To Make The New World Record Paper Airplane This origami-looking paper airplane was developed by Takuo […]

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          How To Install A Pocket Door | DIY Tips

            First, you may ask- what is a pocket door? Pocket doors have been used in homes for centuries in order to help separate two rooms and to create privacy. It is perfect especially for rooms where having a swinging door will take up too much space in your home, according to the Dummies website. A […]

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            How and When to Paint Over Wallpaper

            How and When to Paint Over Wallpaper | Tips

              Wallpaper is often the go-to solution for homeowners who want to give a fresh look to their home. It’s an easy way to cover imperfections and it can do wonders when it comes to revamping the look of a room. However, more often than not, there comes a time when the wallpaper that once looked […]

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              The Differences Between Oil Based and Water Based Paint

              The Differences Between Oil Based and Water Based Paint

                Few things get homeowners across the country quite as excited as being able to customize their home to their heart’s content. This is something that we simply aren’t able to do very often when we are stuck renting an apartment, condo, or even a home. In all of those cases, we are bound by the […]

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                20 DIY Planter Boxes | Free Plans

                  If you’re looking to build a planter box– we’ve assembled a list of 20 DIY plans below. Scroll through this list and click the ‘View Plans’ to get the free plans. There are a bunch of cool designs- cheap designs, cedar wood builds, indoor options, stairway blueprints, floating types and dead-simple plans. Check them out […]

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                  window screen repair

                  How To Repair Window Screens | DIY Guide

                    There are a few things more annoying than having a torn window screen. A simple hole in a window screen and a hot summer day are an open invitation for flies, mosquitoes, and other bugs. Or, if it’s chillier outside, a hole in your window screen can bring in a cold wind, which is also […]

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