How to Add Character to a Builder Grade Home
Do you want a home that’s filled with unique charm, character and where rooms have a story to tell? But your house is builder grade blah? Don’t worry! These affordable ideas & DIY projects for adding character to your home will turn that cookie cutter house into the home of your dreams!
Breakfast Nook Bench
Before picture with wallpaper removed The very first time we saw the Butler's Panty and Breakfast Nook on our initial walk through of the house with our realtor, Glenda Lewis (to say she fought hard to help us get this house would be an understatement), we said this would be a perfect place for a Breakfast Bench. Even with it's wallpaper and dated color scheme, we could see it's true potential. Old wallpaper Walls and trim painted Karen removed all the wallpaper from the room - thank you! I…
How to Build a Custom Breakfast Nook for Your Home!
Building a breakfast nook doesn't have to be a difficult, drawn out project. I'll show you step-by-step directions for creating your breakfast banquette!
Ready to transform your boring breakfast nook?
If you've always dreamed of having booth seating in your breakfast nook, you're going to love this tutorial for how to build a banquette bench!
17 Awesome Tricks For Laundry Room For Small Spaces - DECOR IT'S
Facts on Laundry Room For Small Spaces That Only a Few People Know Exist When it has to do with laundry, you need to do it and get out. Ten people make a great deal of laundry. Laundry should be clean, organized to the remainder of the home. You are going to want to make it simpler to wash laund ...
DIY Recycled Wood Pallet Bench Plan | Wood Pallet Furniture
Bench is a furniture piece on which almost 3 to 4 individuals can sit for a gossip session or enjoying a tea party, so it is better to place a bench instead of the separate chairs of the space is less where the seating arrangement is required. The se
The Floating Built-In Kitchen Bench
When I first told Brian that I would love to have a bench built in to the kitchen wall, he asked me how I wanted it to look. "How about one of those ones built right in without any legs or supports? That would be so great for sweeping and keeping the room feeling open…you can do that, right?" He looked at me (again) like I was crazy. I'm very used to that look. Apparently doing something like that is not quite as easy as I would like to think. And the lack of any examples or photos or…