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Top 100 Interior Projects

  1. 61. Getting the Hang of Pictures (00:22)

    Check out this handy tip to help hang artwork on the walls.

  2. 62. Paint Mixing Tip (00:00:24)

    Learn how to mix paint thoroughly before you start your project.

  3. 63. Blog Cabin 2014 Interior (00:02:19)

    Enjoy this walk-through of the Blog Cabin 2014 interior.

  4. 64. Selecting an Area Rug (01:00)

    Check out these hints on choosing the right rug for your dining room.

  5. 65. Stacked Slate Tile Install (05:57)

    To take tiling to the next level, use stacked slate on an interior wall.

  6. 66. Energy Saving Home Interior (04:00)

    Visit a home that tests the limits of energy-saving technology.

  7. 67. Graco Magnum Project Painter 5 (01:01)

    Get paint on your walls four times faster with this paint sprayer system.

  8. 68. Insulation Products

    Blueprint for Home Building host Jeff Wilson will go over the questions you need to ask when it comes to choosing the right insulation ...

  9. 69. Houseboat Renovation (20:00)

    Houseboat owner Dawn wants to modernize the interior of her watercraft.

  10. 70. Hang Pictures on Papered Walls (00:00:22)

    Don't be afraid to hang a print on pristine wallpaper. Here's how.

  11. 71. How to Set Up an Indoor Waterfall

    DIY Network experts show how to hang brackets for an indoor waterfall using a laser level and stud finder.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  12. 72. Roll N Release (00:00:44)

    With this painting tool, you are sure to get less paint on your hands.

  13. 73. How to Install Motion-Activated Lights

    Motion sensors can be installed in your home just like any other switch.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  14. 74. Interior Home Safety (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for interior home safety.

  15. 75. Annual Home Maintenance (01:00)

    Here are the basics on keeping your home in order to avoid costly repairs.

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