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Top 100 Walls Projects

  1. 61. Playhouse Wall 'Chalks Up' Fun (00:01:26)

    Sara uses chalkboard paint to make a kid-friendly backyard playhouse wall.

  2. 62. Inset Cabinet (01:29)

    Using dead areas behind walls creates storage and opens up floor space.

  3. 63. Installing Drywall on Ceilings, Arches and Around Curves

    DIY Network has instructions on how to install drywall in the trickiest places.

  4. 64. Stenciling Your Walls (00:01:00)

    Stenciling makes a statement but is easily repainted when you're over it.

  5. 65. Rustic Modern Fire Wall (01:25)

    This steel-and-flagstone fire wall creates a striking backyard focal point.

  6. 66. Znak Wallpaper (00:20:01)

    Discover a new type of wall paper that tears off to make custom designs.

  7. 67. Cover Imperfections (01:42)

    Hide imperfections on your walls and ceilings with one of these ideas.

  8. 68. How to Build a Non-Bearing Stud Wall

    Learn how to build a non-loadbearing stud wall to separate two rooms.

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  9. 69. Putting in a Dimmer Switch (01:52)

    Create ambiance by installing a dimmer to any light switch.

  10. 70. Paint a Patch, Not a Swatch (00:00:30)

    Paint a 2'x2' patch on the wall and live with it before painting the room.

  11. 71. Set a Cap on a Seating Wall (00:01:00)

    Here's how to give a seating wall a pro finish by setting a cap on it.

  12. 72. Level Retaining Wall (01:46)

    Getting the base course level is essential; there's no room for error.

  13. 73. How To Add Horizontal Stripes and a Hutch To A Room

    A room gets a modern European flair with black horizontal stripes on the cream walls and a hutch enhanced with bright colors.

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    Weekend
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  14. 74. Walls and Refinishing

    Creative tips on walls and refinishing from the experts at the DIY Network.

  15. 75. Tilted Shelves Add Wall Space (00:01:00)

    Cut plywood to form shelves that appear to tilt once mounted to the wall.

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