I created this mixed wood wall with cheap wood paneling from Lowes, leftover stain and paneling nails for around $40. UncookieCutter.com

Mixed Wood Wall - Easy & Cheap DIY

I created this mixed wood wall with cheap wood paneling from Lowes, leftover stain and paneling nails for around $40. UncookieCutter.com

We’re so excited to share how the shared room for our daughters progressed in just one week! As soon as we hit publish on last week’s ORC (One Room Challenge) post, we headed straight to Lowe’s to pick up supplies and get started on the largest project in the room–the built-in bunkbeds. Just yesterday, we attached the crown molding–so it’s been a busy week! There’s still wood-filling, sanding and painting to be done, not to mention the adjacent reading nook, but we thought we’d share…

One Room Challenge: Week 2

We’re so excited to share how the shared room for our daughters progressed in just one week! As soon as we hit publish on last week’s ORC (One Room Challenge) post, we headed straight to Lowe’s to pick up supplies and get started on the largest project in the room–the built-in bunkbeds. Just yesterday, we attached the crown molding–so it’s been a busy week! There’s still wood-filling, sanding and painting to be done, not to mention the adjacent reading nook, but we thought we’d share…

Store deck, patio, or gardening supplies in a planter that raises greenery to a convenient height. Build this deck storage planter in a weekend by following our tutorial.

Store deck, patio, or gardening supplies in a planter that raises greenery to a convenient height. Build this deck storage planter in a weekend by following our tutorial.

Maple Avenue and Park Street looking West in the mid-1950s. That’s the present Michael Renee building on the left (then a garage), and then Lowes Building Supply (now Whole Foods). The Atlantic Station on the right and the building past it are now Vienna Presbyterian’s parking lot. You can just make out the Railroad Crossing sign between the first two automobiles. Photo courtesy Mark Aceto.

Maple Avenue and Park Street looking West in the mid-1950s. That’s the present Michael Renee building on the left (then a garage), and then Lowes Building Supply (now Whole Foods). The Atlantic Station on the right and the building past it are now Vienna Presbyterian’s parking lot. You can just make out the Railroad Crossing sign between the first two automobiles. Photo courtesy Mark Aceto.

This is the perfect outdoor coffee table for the deck, love the X base.  Build a DIY outdoor coffee table with these free plans.

Build an Outdoor Coffee Table with X Base

This is the perfect outdoor coffee table for the deck, love the X base. Build a DIY outdoor coffee table with these free plans.

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