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Mudroom Demo! Manhattan Nest

I hate my mudroom. Like lots. This is the mudroom shortly after moving into the house. Look at Linus! So cute. I’m the sort of person who tends to think most spaces are workable and potentially charming with a little bit of TLC, but the structure attached to the back

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Reshingling a low slope roof, and a few things NOT to do

Reshingling a low slope roof, and a few things NOT to do This article covers reshingling a low sloped roof, and a few things you should avoid when shingling such a roof. Although, surprisingly, there was only one leak in the old roof. Visiting my sister Marlene in

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Why glue floor boards to the structa floor?

When putting down boards ontop of your structa floor by secret nail, why is it necessary to glue as well? My thought lies in the fact assume you need to change a board over time how do you go about it since its been glued as well as nailed. This leads into another

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Tutorial: How to Clean Reclaimed Wood Living Vintage

Also, if you have a stubborn nail that won’t come out without splitting your board , try to remove it once your board is wet. I figured out that they will come right out, once I wet the board down. Of course you don’t want to wait to remove all nails after you wet the

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Build an Old Window Greenhouse Garden Therapy

It’s hard to believe, but this beautiful greenhouse used to be a bunch of discarded windows without a use. With a lot of creativity and a little know how, they were transformed into the gorgeous structure you see here. You can learn to make your own old window

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