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When painting your kitchen cabinets, you will need a high quality paint that is durable and looks nice. Some of the best quality paints… View the slideshow below to read …

Types of Paint Best For Painting Kitchen Cabinets

Mudpaint VS Chalk Paint for furniture painting. Here are some of the main differences between Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and Mudpaint. Mudpaint has no chalk in it, but still has an antique type finish.

DIY guide to repainting an old table, great if you buy a thrift store bargain or find an old piece of furniture in the garage.

Before and After - Old oak pedestal table painted and looking good! Her site has really good instructions on painting old furniture with the right materials so that the paint job lasts! I have this exact table.

For Sewers: How to organize your fabric....why didn't I think of this?!?!?!

I need to get a filing cabinet for my sewing room so that I can do something like this. Fabric Storage Idea - in a filing cabinet. Via Eastwood Patchwork Quilters Inc.

Scrapbook paper storage

Sketch Your Way to Better Scrapbook Pages -- 3

This looks so much nicer than just the plastic drawers! Scrapbook paper storage or craft supplies- organizers stacked in dresser without drawers!

Scrap room

From Beneath My Heart: A very cool craft closet storage space! (That's a lot of words.) I really like the blue-painted peg board.

DIY Sliding Barn Door!

I wonder if I could use a barn door situation for the wrought iron storm door I have on the back patio. DIY Sliding Barn Door - separate laundry room from main area or office

IKEA expedit, with drawers in the bottom...looks neater.  Could add moldings to spruce it up even more.  Hmm...

Flickr Finds: Yvonne's Bright White Sewing Room — Austin

Get drawers for the bottom row of IKEA shelves Sewing room inspiration - Yvonne's Bright White Sewing Room on Apartment Therapy

Desk attached with open shelves, with pretty wallpaper

oh, what a sewing room this would make. Needs a window above the desk though. Even better with all the paper choices on one side and easily accessible tools in the drawers. Oh and TONS of light--though the window would give inspiration!