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Kitchen: Bean Counter | The TOH Top 100: Best New Home Products 2012 | Photos | Easy Upgrades | Remodels & Upgrades | This Old House

Kitchen: Bean Counter | The TOH Top 100: Best New Home Products 2012 | Photos | Easy Upgrades | Remodels & Upgrades | This Old House

Mix several cans of paint in a large bucket for a consistent color throughout the room. Paint color may vary slightly from one can to the next. If you have to open a new can in the middle of a wall, the difference may be noticeable.

Paint Trim or Walls First? And Other Painting Questions Answered

Mix several cans of paint in a large bucket for a consistent color throughout the room. Paint color may vary slightly from one can to the next. If you have to open a new can in the middle of a wall, the difference may be noticeable.

How-to paint your furniture black so that it looks nice and smooth like the black pottery barn furniture you need in the magazines.

How-to paint your furniture black so that it looks nice and smooth like the black pottery barn furniture you need in the magazines.

Make Your Own Mercury Glass

Make Your Own Mercury Glass

You’ll be surprised how much cash you can save by easily reproducing *tons* of common household items at home. DIY versions often use greener ingredients than their commercial counterparts, so you can save the planet while saving money!

How to Finish Concrete Floors

How to Finish Concrete Floors

This is a family room decorating project I recently completed. I especially loved the two story windows, which we highlighted with floor to ceiling drapes. Enjoy! If you would like to see more before and after pictures, please visit my facebook page. Se

how to paint perfect lines {did this with our textured walls [opted for horizontal stripes] in the baby nursery and it came out perfectly!}

how to paint perfect lines {did this with our textured walls [opted for horizontal stripes] in the baby nursery and it came out perfectly!}

Remove finish on wood with 1:1 ratio of baking soda and water. Spray with vinegar and let sit 5-10 minutes. Then scrub it off with a brush, rinse, dry, and stain or paint it. by ^ kristen ^

Remove finish on wood with 1:1 ratio of baking soda and water. Spray with vinegar and let sit 5-10 minutes. Then scrub it off with a brush, rinse, dry, and stain or paint it. by ^ kristen ^

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