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Guest room redo-Burlap and beams, We made this 9 ft bed for about $120. All items were thrifted or from the Restore, Bedrooms
Living Room Renovation, Total complete living room renovation done by myself. Removed giant stone fireplace and built new fireplace with hearth and mantel. Added wiring, recessed lighting, in-ceiling surround sound speakers. Added hardwood flooring., Living Rooms
back yard, Well I couldn't figure out how to put the picture in. but picture a bunch of dirt in the desert and you have an idea.
it has been that way since we moved in 2 and a half years ago.
I have an 8 X 12 shed on the side of the house for my Christmas decorations and other stuff, which I wish I hadn't put there. We have plastic fences that we hate! the rest of the area went back to brick as the plastic warps in the Vegas heat! I want a Big patio with fans, misters, a porch swing that I can lay on and listen to the coyotes in the evenings. I also would like an out door kitchen on the patio for my large family.  I would like to move the shed to the back and put an over hang/porch on it to sit or work under, replace the fencing with brick and make tiered vegetable garden in the back. I also would like a fire pit for the grand children to roast marshmallows and a water fetcher they cannot drown in. o am from the country and miss having someplace to retreat to. I want all flowering canopy and fruit trees for shade and flowering bushes. I am a tropical fan and dislike cactus and pokey spikey things! 
Just my Dream back yard. Some day. I will be 60 this July- last July I met my father (78) that had searched for me since 1958. A dream come true. I would love to sit on my patio with him and enjoy a cocktail for my birthday... To this date I have seen him 3 times. He is ill and has not met his grandchildren. Just some of my thoughts... We are going to try to start some of this slowly this spring..., Patios & Decks
Upcycling Ideas: Closet, My house was  full of ugly closet doors. Old, painted over too many times, chipped and nicked. Ugly. I thought about sprucing them up by yet again painting them. Still ugly. I also thought about buying new ones, but decently looking doors are so expensive! $300 for a closet door? No way!
Then one day I came up with an idea to use old wooden blinds with broken tilting mechanisms for refacing the doors. The refacing turned out to be a very easy project. I needed just a few things: a utility knife, a 4-feet long metal ruler, a couple of clumps, my Dremel Multi-max saw, and a good glue. I took the doors down and painted them dark brown, the proceeded with gluing the wooden planks from the blinds onto the doors' front only. The sides remained painted or the doors would not have closed! Then I used the ruler, the clamps, and the Dremel oscillating saw to cut the planks flush with all door sides, put the handles on them, and was done! Now I have expensive looking closet doors for less then $5 each (the cost of glue)., Closets
Family Room in ocean colors, Living Rooms
Kitchen Remodel on a Budget, 1920's Kitchen Remodel on a Budget, Kitchens

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