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DIY Laundry Room Storage Ideas - Pipe Shelving

Pipe shelving is a trendy way to add storage space to just about any room. These galvanized pipe shelves are the centerpiece of a laundry room makeover by Brandi of Don't Disturb This Groove. See the tutorial on The Home Depot Blog.

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Stylish Wall Mail Organizer For Your Entryway

This sleek wall mail organizer and key holder looks awesome. And it's so easy to make! Just follow our simple step-by-step instructions on The Home Depot Blog.

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I love DIY projects, but I have never worked with cement before this Home Depot Cement DIY Challenge. As is the case

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End table made from home depot wine crates

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Awesome DIY Garage Organization Ideas

"For just a few bucks and about an hour of time (that includes paint dry time) you have organized trash bags on a roll!" DIY Tutorial | Simply Organized

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SOOO many questions about my mirrors... So here we go. I bought 3 cheap…

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This gorgeous sunburst ceiling light was created using a Hampton Bay light fixture and a Martha Stewart Living mirror--both from Home Depot. Click through to see how Pam of Simple Details (@Pam @ simple details) created it.

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I love my fold-away rod for the laundry room! 12" of hanging space for clothes that easily wrinkle or need to be hung to dry.

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DIY Industrial Cart Console Table

Hey friends! I am THRILLED with how this latest build turned out! The lumber cost was $70 to build. Check out my new DIY Industrial Console Table! How pretty is she? This piece is all about the hardware. Really you are taking a very basic build and a few boards and turning them into a piece of art by adding some awesome hardware. These corner brackets are a new fav! I found them at Home Depot. They are Simpson Strong-Tie brand. They are only $1.53 piece!

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10 Genius DIY Ways to Organize Your Shoes

Blogger Jamie calls this "the easiest piece of furniture you will ever build." How easy is it? Get some wooden crates from Home Depot (about $10 each), spray paint them the color of your choice, stack them how you want, and you're done. Simple, right? Get the tutorial at C.R.A.F.T.

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