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Top 100 Rustic Projects

  1. 61. Metal Barn Wood Kitchen (20:01)

    House Crashers takes on Atlanta and remodels a 1930s kitchen!

  2. 62. Great Plains Party Room (20:00)

    Dean and Derek head to Oklahoma to create a rustic outdoor party space.

  3. 63. Man Cave Tour: DIY Blog Cabin 2009

    DIY Network tours the features and furnishings in the Blog Cabin 2009 man cave.

  4. 64. Karl Champley vlog (01:54)

    Karl Champley discusses what's happening during building.

  5. 65. How To Apply a Denim Paint Technique

    This "denim" faux paint technique creates a warm and rustic look.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  6. 66. How to Build a Picnic Table (01:01)

    Here's a Blog Cabin step-by-step process for building a picnic table.

  7. 67. How To Build a Rustic Office Desk

    The Mega Dens crew teams up with Blog Cabin 2014 to create a drafting desk with a Vintage feel. Get step-by-step instructions on DIYNet...

  8. 68. Back to the Past (20:00)

    Noel & Kassina are renovating the master bath in their 1900s "city cabin."

  9. 69. Mini Rubicon Trail Backyard (00:04:23)

    The Mosses create a backyard Rubicon Trail, complete with redwood signage.

  10. 70. DIY Upcycled Rustic Headboard (00:02:27)

    Dylan Eastman builds a rustic upcycled headboard from repurposed pallets.

  11. 71. Chris Grundy vlog (01:36)

    Chris Grundy discusses what's happening during construction.

  12. 72. How to Make Horseshoe Place-Card Holders

    DIY Network has instructions on how to bring farmhouse style to your next dinner party with place-card holders made from horseshoes. ...

  13. 73. Flagstone Patio and Walkway (01:59)

    Install a rustic flagstone patio with an adjoining walkway.

  14. 74. Step1: Figure Out the Design (02:09)

    Step 1 describes how to conceptionalize your walkway project.

  15. 75. Repurposed Scrap-Wood Wall (00:02:27)

    Nicole's repurposing of old scrap wood adds rustic appeal to the basement.

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