How To: Create an Inviting Entry Outside to Inside

by DIY Maven

Will Rogers once said, "You never get a second chance to make a good first impression." Entryways, both outside and inside, are our guests' first impression to our home. And, oftentimes, our exterior entrances are the only impression our neighbors have of us. Which is why it's good to periodically turn a critical eye to them and get down to some spiffing up.       

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Eye Candy: 15 Amazing Backyards to Get You Inspired this Summer

by Brittni Mehlhoff

June and July are pretty popular months for taking the party outdoors and enjoying the weather with a barbecue. Unfortunately, many backyards are in need of a little TLC before you start inviting friends over though. So, if your backyard is in need of a rescue before July 4th comes around, I have a roundup of backyard eye candy that will be the perfect inspiration for your outdoor oasis. Here are 15 amazing backyards to check out before you tackle this summer's outdoor rehab.   

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Best of Curbly: 23 of May's Most Popular Posts

by Brittni Mehlhoff

It's about that time again, for the next installment of Best of Curbly. May's most popular posts included more than one impressive bathroom overhaul, how to create a raised-bed garden, and more . If you haven't had time to catch up on Curbly lately, be sure to check out this list featuring the most read posts from the last month. Ready to jump in? Let's do this.  

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Roundup: 10 DIY Tote Bags for Summer

by Capree K

Summer is hot on our heels, which means farmer's markets, picnics, and bike rides will be happening on the regular. Make sure you have a tote bag handy for all these outdoor adventures (that bottle of wine and loaf of bread aren't going to transport themselves)! Here are 10 of our favorite DIY tote bags that will dutifully serve you all summer long.      

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A Very Tenacious End Table Makeover

by DIY Maven

Allison must be one of the most tenacious DIYers on the planet. Proof of that assertion is exhibited in her makeover of this sad little end table. Allison decided to strip the white paint off of it only to find that the top was made out of a laminate-type product. But the sides? Those were made

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