There's nothing like a good ol' home renovation to make your space feel brand new. You can paint your walls, swap out carpet for hardwood, or accessorize with Joanna Gaines' favorite material: shiplap.
One couple found a creative way to revamp their kitchen and living room with recycled shiplap, making their home feel extra cozy and versatile.
Watch the video below to see the renovation.
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If you've ever had the family over during the holidays and you've probably cursed the tight quarters in your kitchen and wished for a bigger space. Adding a pop-up breakfast bar to your island could instantly solve your worried about extra seats and leave you stress-free (until the mother-in-law arrives).
And if reducing your carbon footprint is something that interests you, going with materials like recycled timber prevents further trees from being cut down. You'll score a unique kitchen counter, and you'll also play a role in reducing deforestation in America. Talk about a win-win!
Another renovation hack to steal? Putting your table on rolling wheels. Adding wheels to your dining room table gives you the option to roll the meal outdoors when the weather is nice. If the grandkids come over, you'll be able to enjoy your meal while watching the kiddos. If it's just you and your husband, you can take in a scenic sunset together. We guarantee you'll never want to leave your home!
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