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Build a butcher block chopping board from strips of hardwood. This is a nice little project for beginner woodworkers. – Ready Made

Here's another tutorial worth checking out: how to make pretty fabric coasters. Valentine's Day gifts, perhaps? – Blissfully Domestic

Speaking of fabric, here's how to make a wrapping paper and ribbon organizer (pictured) in two hours flat. – Centsational Girl

Win a water- and energy-saving Delta Pilar Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet. To be in the running, be sure to enter by January 23. – One Project Closer

An avid fan of Young House Love transforms a teensy linen closet into a charming mini home office. – Young House Love


Kitchen renovation on the horizon? Take a peek at one expert's kitchen design forecast for 2010. – Decorati (via The Kitchen Designer)

And if you're into trends, be sure to check out these inspiring eco-friendly homes. – Cal Finder

Gussy up a dingy home exterior with durable siding. This Charles & Hudson post presents siding options, simplified. – Charles & Hudson


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