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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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This is the easiest and most energy efficient system for running TV cables behind the wall. The kit provides the ability to add or remove cables as needed without removing the boxes or cover plates with the built in cable feeding tube. "It comes with a hole saw AND a fish tape, Awesome. I also liked the 'air seal' that seals off the air from behind the wall from getting into your conditioned air - smart." --Home Depot customer JGJ10

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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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DIY Bed Frame Made From Tongue and Groove Planks

This DIY bed frame made from tongue and groove pattern stock board would be a charming addition to your bedroom. We'll show you how to make it. See our step-by-step DIY instructions on The Home Depot Blog.

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This post contains affiliate links. One of my all-time biggest dreams is to partner with Home Depot on a project for my home. I grew up going to the Home Depot with my dad, and helping him on proje…

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A Cozy Cottage She Shed

The Dutch doors, the gabled bookcase, the mini-deck in front… so many lovely details make this she shed such an inviting backyard retreat. See how this gorgeous little getaway came together with the help of the Home Depot’s Home Services team. Read more on The Home Depot Blog.

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Best Home Depot Hacks

Best Home Depot Hacks and Homesteading Tips & Tricks at http://pioneersettler.com/home-depot-hacks-homesteading-tips-tricks

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For the ironing board cabinet, she cut the back off a regular-size cabinet and recessed it into the wall. She then made the molding piece and attached it to the wall above the cabinet to make it look like a built-in unit. She built the fold-down, swiveling ironing board system herself from brackets and hardware she bought at The Home Depot.

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