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Put under-bed space to use with a rollout storage chest. You can make it from a single...
This DIY garage storage system has the versatility of...
Four weekend kitchen upgrades—a new sink and faucet, a stainless steel backsplash, classy track lighting and open shelves. Each one will make your kitchen feel brighter and fresher, especially if you have a small kitchen. And you save...Read more»
We'll show you an easy way to clean your clogged showerhead and get it operating like new again. Mineral build up can plug up the spray holes. Here's a simple way to restore the flow.
Organize your auto lubricants, fluids and other items in this simple shelf/work table cabinet. Build it in a few hours and keep all your auto needs close at hand.
If a lumpy caulk job bugs you, check out these tips to help anyone learn to run a smooth bead of caulk. With advice from a pro painter and a tile setter, you'll soon be caulking everything around the house.
An old vinyl floor can be a good base for ceramic tile if the floor is stiff enough and the vinyl is properly prepared — eliminating the problem of tearing it up. This article explains what to look for and how to do it.
It's the little things that make us happy, right? Not when those little things are screws, nuts, bolts and other pieces of hardware that get stuck in a drawer somewhere never to be found again. We've come up with a great...Read more»
A colorful mix of ceramic, glass and stone tiles, stained glass windows, updated cabinets and an open floor plan rejuvenate a cramped, unappealing kitchen space.
Photography by Russ Widstrand Photography
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Build these handy undersink roll-out trays in a weekend. You can tackle this project with simple carpentry tools and some careful measuring.
You can make all the trays in an afternoon using building products from your...Read more»
For the cost of a regular dresser, you can install a modular closet organizer and double your storage space with adjustable shelves, drawers and closet rods that look built-in.
The toughest part of replacing a kitchen faucet is removing the old one. Unexpected problems always pop up—corroded pipes, difficult-to-reach nuts and poor access to fittings. Otherwise, installing a new kitchen faucet isn’t...Read more»
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