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Gifts that celebrate health and happiness. Check out the Fabletics holiday gift guide for fitness gifts and more!

Gifts that celebrate health and happiness. Check out the Fabletics holiday gift guide for fitness gifts and more!

Gifts that celebrate health and happiness. Check out the Fabletics holiday gift guide for fitness gifts and more!

Gifts that celebrate health and happiness. Check out the Fabletics holiday gift guide for fitness gifts and more!

Spruce up a plain concrete or plywood floor

Spruce up a plain concrete or plywood floor by stenciling!

Moroccan Tile stencil

Craft Station Revamp Using FolkArt Stencils & Paint

This is pretty cool. I have some exposed pipes on my bathroom ceiling that I am thinking of painting like this (although maybe in red).

Painting an old radiator ( & or pipes ) bright color makes it a piece of art. After painting the whole exposed ceiling in the basement one solid light color . Painting some of the pipes funky colors is going to be GREAT!

Credit: Lee Garland Taylor may be self-taught and on a budget, but his home is a lesson in how to use colour and pattern. Retro and Scandina...

I love to use color in my decorating. Credit: Lee Garland Taylor may be self-taught and on a budget, but his home is a lesson in how to use colour and pattern. Retro and Scandina.

recycled wine bottles garden edging: greenhouse effect adds heat to soil (remove labels & use all the same color bottles for a cleaner look)

Glass bottle garden edge- now I have something specific to do with all the wine bottles (must drink more wine!

Empty Wine Bottle Crafts | Turn empty wine bottles into a hanging herb garden by Hairstyle ...

Turn empty wine bottles into a hanging herb garden: The idea is to use the copper tubing as a central axis for the garden. This concept could work as a rain chain too!

Orange Kitchen: for the next house

Love the Orange Kitchen Cabinets

plants in tea cans

DIY Tea Tin Herbs Add welcome colour to a windowsill or kitchen shelf with a touch of greenery. Planting herbs in little vintage-inspired tea tins is a great way to have year-round plant life in your apartment. It's good for cooking, too!