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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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4'x8' foam insulation boards from Home Depot covered in fabric = gorgeous DIY upholstered wall hangings... or put them together creating a cool headboard by graciela

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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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End table made from home depot wine crates

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Get the Look of New Kitchen Cabinets the Easy Way

Update your kitchen cabinets in 3 easy steps. With Rust-Oleum paint, you can give your kitchen a new, refreshed look. Save time and money with this DIY tutorial 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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How to Install String Lights on a Porch

Here's a simple tutorial on a sturdy and professional-looking way to to hang string lights on your porch or patio. Caitlin Ketcham of Desert Domicile shows you, step by step. It's on The Home Depot Blog. || @desertdomicile

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Don’t be overwhelmed by paint color choices. Here are some of the most popular shades of gray from BEHR. See these paint colors at The Home Depot paint desk.

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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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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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