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Top 100 Designing Projects

  1. 76. Perfect Pitch for a Patio (01:25)

    Avoid future water problems by adding a subtle pitch to your patio.

  2. 77. Blog Cabin 2011 Second Floor (01:23)

    Walk through the 2011 Blog Cabin's second floor in just over a minute.

  3. 78. Blog Cabin 2012 90-Second Tour (00:01:53)

    Chris Grundy takes the viewer on a 90-second tour of the Blog Cabin 2012.

  4. 79. Blog Cabin Family/Game Room (01:03)

    Join Matt Blashaw for a look at the 2011 Blog Cabin's family/game room.

  5. 80. Waste Not, Want Not

    DIY Network shows you how every bit of space is put to work in this classic kitchen.

  6. 81. How to Add a Scumbled Design to an Inside Wall

    In this project, a geometric pattern is painted on a wall in four colors, then scumbled with the same colors to create texture and dept...

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  7. 82. Colliding Styles (20:00)

    This 1950's kitchen is getting a completely modern makeover.

  8. 83. Designing a Convenient Kitchen (01:00)

    Design your kitchen around the way you use it to make cooking more fun.

  9. 84. Big Expensive Retaining Walls (00:20:00)

    Kelli and James are excited as the first walls go up on their dream house.

  10. 85. Blog Cabin 2012 (00:01:49)

    Introducing the site of Blog Cabin 2012: Waldoboro, Maine.

  11. 86. Man Caves' USO Troops Tent Revealed!

    See the finished rooms of the Camp Virginia tent in Kuwait that DIY Network's Man Caves crew helped make happen.

  12. 87. Blog Cabin 2013 Guest Bedroom (00:01:52)

    Laurie March shows the 2013 Blog Cabin's sunny, cheerful guest bedroom.

  13. 88. Blog Cabin 2011 Rock 'n' Rap (00:45)

    Matt and Josh are in da house, and Blog Cabin's got the video to prove it.

  14. 89. Grand Outdoor Tent (03:23)

    For an outdoor party, dress up a tent with yards and yards of fabric.

  15. 90. Holiday Photo Ornaments (01:03)

    Personalize your holiday ornaments using creatively framed family photos.

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