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    DIY Concrete Pavers

    I’m so in love with our new concrete pavers. They are the perfect addition to a walkway on the side of the house that used to be covered in pea gravel.

    If you’ve ever had pea gravel, you know that it winds up everywhere.  The gravel pieces get stuck in the tread of your shoes and travel with you. Our Redwood deck next to the pea gravel is pitted with gravel “kisses,” and the gravel found its way into the house, making walking barefoot a household liability. Pea gravel even showed up in the bathroom. The bathroom!

    Now, you don’t have to have spent time completing a DIY bathroom renovation to be horrified by the thought of pea gravel destroying your tiled floors and grout.

    Time for a change! Continue reading…

  • Rock your curb appeal and show off your personality and style with these easy and cost-effective front entrance ideas that can be tackled in a weekend.

    5 Easy Front Entrance Ideas

    Whether you are prepping for a steady stream of guests throughout the summer or need to seriously upgrade your home’s…

  • Ever heard of epoxy grout? Here are five reasons to consider using it for your next tiling project. Hint: no more mildew! Plus some tips on using and installing it.

    5 Reasons To Use Epoxy Grout

    If you’ve been following along for a little while you probably know recently helped my friends install a backsplash in…

  • DIY Tassel Decor is an easy, budget-friendly fix for those blank walls. Visit the post for tassel inspiration and how-to tutorial.

    More DIY Tassel Decor

    “I just don’t get the tassel,” Mike said after I decorated the living room wall with my first DIY Tassel…

  • A DIY backsplash is an easy, budget friendly way to make a big impact in your kitchen.

    How To Tile A Backsplash

    If you’ve been looking at a grim, boring wall behind your kitchen counters for years, this tutorial is for you!…