Aimee Lynch
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DIY Antique Sign: How to:  Made of a board pulled from a pallet, spray painted black, then painted with a brush in Valspar Antique White Eggshell, two coats.  print the letters in Times New Roman (just the outlines to save ink) and cut them out, trace on to the board, and then paint the letters with black acrylic.  After the letters dry, sand the sign to weather.

DIY Antique Sign: How to: Made of a board, spray painted black, then painted with a brush in White Eggshell, print the letters & trace on to the board, and then paint the letters with black acrylic. dry & sand the sign to weather.

probably going to do this.

An idea IF we replace the fat back TV in the living room and skip the fireplace idea.or an idea for the basement tv area once it is finished. apartment,Around the home.,basement ideas,Dream Home,home is wherever i'm

Rainfall shower.

From the Italian bathroom design experts, these new rain spa shower heads are innovative and illuminating – literally. Bathe yourself in water and light with these stylish shower heads by iB Rubinetterie.

How to distress your cabinets (or any furniture for that matter).

Cottage kitchen love the bead board cabinets! pop of color DIY: Kitchen Cabinet Makeover - dark stained cabinets are painted & distressed.

Shelf headboard-love the entire decor!

Love you the headboard holding the candles, take off brown fabric and have it be just wood. Love the dressers instead of night stands. Love the wood wall!

AirStone (found only at Lowe's) as an accent added to bathtub/back splash/fireplace... you name it. This stuff is amazing!

How To Hide Ugly Built-In Tubs With Faux Stone (amazing product for dressing up just about any surface!) How To Hide Ugly Built-In Tubs With Faux Stone (amazing product for…

Pallet, foam, table legs, fabric and a staple gun.

Easy to make ottoman with a PALLET!, plywood, double layer of foam, wood legs from Home Depot and your favorite fabric! (I have a pallet in my backyard currently.

Great step-by-step guide to making a gallery wall!

So here’s how you make a photo collage wall. Frame your pictures, lay them out on brown kraft paper, trace them, and cut them out. write some sort of notation as to what picture is in that frame so you can mix up the photos well.