Before & After

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Organize & Redesign Your Way To A New Spring Space

A lot of people don't like to "take their work home" with them, but as a Professional Home and Office Organizer, I really love it! Why not use the same techniques of creating more efficient and useful

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Curb Appeal Makeover for the Ugliest House on the Block

Yes...it was THAT house. You know, the "sore thumb", the "neighborhood home value-killer", or, most notoriously deemed, "the ugliest house on the block", a place we called...home. Ugh. Still, we knew this 1932

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Weekend DIY Project: Welcoming Mailbox Post & Repurposed Solar Light

As the adage goes, the love is in the details. When it came to rehabbing our home's curb appeal (more on this to come), we had to choose our battles as to how much "love" we wanted to give.

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Old Desk Turns into New Nightstands

Repurposing is all the rage these days and for good reason. Besides the financial and green benefits, we also see how the creative ideas, like today's "Rad Repurposing" project, underline Plato's insightfu

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A Window Shopper's View of 5 Marvelous Makeovers

Growing up, I often asked my mom to take me shopping at the mall in hopes of buying me the latest "what-all-the-kids-are-wearing" pieces of clothing. Unfortunately, because of her usually thin billfold, we'd end up

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Dated to Delightfully Vintage China Cabinets

We've seen them far too many times. Those chunky, clunky completely outdated China cabinets that drag down the decor vibe in most rooms. Luckily, there are DIYers in this world who see the pretty potential of these "diamonds in the rough",

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DiggersList Chair Gets A Cherry Make-Over

We were delighted to find in our in-box, a recent project completed by home decor DIYer and DiggersList user and friend, Brooke Hughes. She had found this very stylish, but in-need-of-a-make-over chair

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Small Kitchen Renovation Makes Big Impact

The 30's and 40's was a very interesting time in home design. Beautiful details, awesome wood floors, cute nooks and built-in crannies, but the kitchens were another thing. Ugh. They were small, inefficient, had zero counter space, and were often kind of dull and uninviting

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A Sofa Makeover From Ugh-o to Fab-O!

When it comes to buying "gently used", second-hand or even vintage furniture, there's always those pieces that stretch the imagination of whether they can be salvaged into something really posh or simply acceptable enough to place in our homes.

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Before & After: Ikea Mag Holder Repurposed into Sweet Shelving

I've got about three of them crammed together on a crowded book shelf. You know, those simple, raw, wooden magazine holders you can pick up at Ikea for about $9.99 (for a set of two, even!). It's a good idea in theory, but then you realize, those same magazines, (nay, neatly organized)