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I don't know about you, but my kitchen counters can not have any clutter on them or I will go insane. It's not easy to keep the counter clean when there is things laying around. I was
getting sick of my dish soap & hand soap lying around so I wanted to make something to clean it all up. I made this stand using a dollar store tray & a candlestick. I simply spray painted the two pieces & glued them together with super glue. I also added a bowl with white rags inside to cut back on our paper towel. They are super handy & great to bleach and keep clean for some "green cleaning". Check the post for all of the photos and info. Hope you guys love this simple DIY :)
We love making headboards out of these old doors - there is so much character to each one of them. This headboard was shipped to one of our Customers in FL.
The doors we use are usually 80+ years old and have had their share of various paint treatments over the years.
These old door headboards make a great conversation piece and are sure to become the focal point of any bedroom.
Keep us in mind if you're not up to doping the trim work and want us to do that for you. We do work with a large DIY Client base that have us do the work and they will add the finishing touches themselves.
I created this flower wall collage for my daughter's room by making tissue paper flowers and fan flowers with scrapbook paper and simply adhering them to the wall. This idea adds color and whimsy to any space! :)
I want melamine shelving with NO brackets that curve ever so smoothly around the corners of my former laundry "closet". Hubby wants the "rails" on the wall with brackets. Which one do we choose? Check out my quandary on which shelving to use for my "new" pantry! http://www.the-byrds-nest.net/diy-new-pantry...