We love architectural salvage! But sometimes making something old fit in something new can be a challenge. Over the years we've worked to install various old architectural salvage items in our home. From transom windows to doors and hinges to locks, using old materials in your renovation not only adds character...
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Holes in the ceiling, dust on the floor, mess all around, and when it comes to projects, there's always more, more, more. In DIY, like in life, coping is an important skill to master...or at least a skill one must make an attempt at mastering. But what is it to...
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Back in 2003 as first time homeowners, we were excited for spring as it meant we'd be able to use our very own backyard space. After extensive research and flexing our well honed bargain shopping muscles, we found a set of solid teak furniture for a steal at our local...
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In 1997 as a college student with mediocre to zero skills in just about anything useful, I was looking for summer work but didn't have anything worthwhile lined up. Forget wanting a to find a job that had anything to do with life skills, I just wanted something that would...
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Today we wanted to give you all a brief tutorial on creating a decorative edge on the old fashioned butcher block counters. It's a quick, cheap, and easy way to spruce up your project, and it's something you can do yourself without much difficulty.If this is your first time on the site,...
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