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Trending on Remodelista: DIY for Every Level

November 18, 2022

Spotted on Remodelista this week: compelling DIY projects for every type of maker/doer—neophytes and experts included.

Easy

Remodelista columnist Sally Kohn on the easiest, laziest way to make over furniture: Remodeling \10\1: The Surprising Virtues of Spray Paint (Plus a Few Tips). Photograph by Sally Kohn.
Above: Remodelista columnist Sally Kohn on the easiest, laziest way to make over furniture: Remodeling 101: The Surprising Virtues of Spray Paint (Plus a Few Tips). Photograph by Sally Kohn.

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Above: Cafe curtains personalized with the names of household members, courtesy of East London Cloth. Photograph by Vincent Dolman, from East London Cloth: Purveyors of Household Linens, Made to Last.

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Architect Ben Daly converted a sheep shearing shed into living quarters for his family, doing 95 percent of it himself. Photograph by Samuel Hartnett, from Rehab Diary: Architect Ben Daly and Family at Home in a Converted Sheep Shed.
Above: Architect Ben Daly converted a sheep shearing shed into living quarters for his family, doing 95 percent of it himself. Photograph by Samuel Hartnett, from Rehab Diary: Architect Ben Daly and Family at Home in a Converted Sheep Shed.

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