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Plaster of Paris Homemade Chalk Paint

Brand name chalk paints come with an expensive price tag, in the range of, $30 – $40 a quart.  To save on cost, we’ve decided to find a recipe which would bring us the results of a brand name chalk paint but for much less. There are several ways to make your own chalk paint; […]

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DIY: Tile Coasters

We love the art of re-purpose around the showroom; waste made to use with a new functional purpose.  Here’s a couple of DIY ideas using left-over tiles from a customer project.  Perfect for a unique gift idea for that special someone. Photo Coasters Painted Coasters Directions for the Picture Coaster Tiles: 1.  Clean off tiles […]

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Pallet-to-Purpose Nursery Accent Wall – a DIY Feature

When expectant couples plan to have a baby, one of the most exciting parts of the process is decorating the nursery.   Decisions of picking out furniture, bedding, paint colors, clothes, etc. is fun and enjoyable.  When challenges arise and the pressure is ON to be done before the baby comes, a new found determination often […]

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Pallet-to-Finish:: Our Top TEN Creative Recycle, Upcycle, Re-use Pallet Projects

How does a wooden Pallet become a functional/ useable Treasure?  Constructional engineering, creativity and time. We’ve collected our top 10 favorites Pallet-to-Finish projects for reclaimed pallet wood inspiration.  Three of our top 10 are Haley’s Flooring and Interiors creations; used in this year’s Building and Home Remodeling Show, as well as, custom furniture pieces from […]

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Fresh Kitchen Look using Recycled Materials

The  Brown’s hadn’t planned to demolish their old kitchen, but when the opportunity for materials presented itself, inspiration and perseverance prevailed ending in a fresh new kitchen look! By capitalizing on a neighbor’s demolition effort, tongue & grove was retrieved for the new floor.  Recycled kitchen cabinets, from a family member, was generously donated.  Butcher-block […]

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Simply Adorable Centerpiece for the Fourth of July

Grab the attention of your guest with this simply adorable centerpiece!  In this DIY project, we use fruit as a decorating opportunity, while leveraging the bouquet assembly of a local super market!  This inexpensive project takes about 30 min of your time & roughly $15 from your budget! Here’s what’s needed to get started:  1.  […]

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Gifting Fresh Basil

Are you looking for a special gift for a friend, teacher, co-worker, or perhaps a neighbor?  Consider fresh Basil.  It’s minimal, in price, and  get’s everyone in the mood for spring! Basil is a tasty herb that’s found in most kitchens.  The culinary benefits places Basil as one of the most favorable of the herb […]

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