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Take pictures of all of the walls before the sheetrock goes up so you can remember/reference it when you want to make repairs (and/or hang something heavy).

Take pictures of all of the walls before the sheetrock goes up so you can remember/reference it when you want to make repairs (and/or hang something heavy).

Get decorating and design ideas from the talents at Sarah Richardson Design, including Tommy Smythe, Allison Wilson and Sarah Richardson herself.

See Stunning Spaces By Sarah Richardson Design

Get decorating and design ideas from the talents at Sarah Richardson Design, including Tommy Smythe, Allison Wilson and Sarah Richardson herself.

kitchen island with columns | The wall has been removed and the support posts placed. The cabinetry ...

kitchen island with columns | The wall has been removed and the support posts placed. The cabinetry ...

Here's an inexpensive alternative to the usual way wall partitions are built. Instead of framing up, then insulating with fiberglass and covering with sheetrock, the wall cavities are filled with a mixture of straw and clay (known as "cob"). The wall is formed up in sections.

Here's an inexpensive alternative to the usual way wall partitions are built. Instead of framing up, then insulating with fiberglass and covering with sheetrock, the wall cavities are filled with a mixture of straw and clay (known as "cob"). The wall is formed up in sections.

Good info for the kitchen island http://www.finehomebuilding.com/2016/10/25/multipurpose-kitchen-islands

Good info for the kitchen island http://www.finehomebuilding.com/2016/10/25/multipurpose-kitchen-islands

Easiest way to remove wallpaper ever! 1/3 cup white vinegar, 4 cups water, scrapper and 5 mins!!!!!....... Oh My Goodness, I JUST finished my 1/2 bath using this technique...(didn't measure)... I can't say enough about how easy it was! Forget the steamer!!!!! WOW! Thanks to the girl who first posted this idea!

Easiest way to remove wallpaper ever! 1/3 cup white vinegar, 4 cups water, scrapper and 5 mins!!!!!....... Oh My Goodness, I JUST finished my 1/2 bath using this technique...(didn't measure)... I can't say enough about how easy it was! Forget the steamer!!!!! WOW! Thanks to the girl who first posted this idea!

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