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Update your bathroom with budget-friendly bathroom remodeling ideas from Lowe's. Replace a showerhead or toilet seat, replace a faucet and more.
Spice up your grill with this recipe for delicious fish wraps and tangy chipotle-lime slaw.
Get the perfect cut for custom blinds or shades with these tips from the experts at Lowe's.
Sorry, squirrels -- we found another good use for this corncob-holding feeder: Repurpose it as pendant lighting with an on-trend, utilitarian look.
This vibrant take on pendant lighting is sure to make guests slow down and take notice. Featuring a pylon cone, it's an easy project you can make in half an hour.
Use Lowe's free bamboo stencil patterns to create green, serene bedding from an inexpensive canvas drop cloth.
Working on your roof may not be fun, but making this industrial-style pendant lighting out of aluminum roof flashing is.
Get ready to kick back, relax, and entertain outdoors by perfecting your porch with easy projects and stylish furnishings.
Add an exotic touch to any fabric or surface with these simple stamps. Use them to create a decorative star design in just a few minutes.
Sure, good fences make good neighbors, but they also make boring backdrops. Add pizzazz to privacy fencing with four fab facelifts.
Create a dramatic 3D wall treatment with multi-hued hardboard panels featuring peekaboo holes that reveal bursts of verdigris copper color.
This easy pillow project is a hoot. Start by doing some simple stitchwork to a drop cloth, then paint an owl using a fun, downloadable stencil.
If you don't have room for a traditional veggie garden, you may want to try Scott Calhoun's idea for adding edibles to your front yard landscape.
Let your pets make a grand entrance with this painted-on classic design you can size to enhance any doggie (or cat) door.