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I feel extremely honored to have been a part of all of the following websites and publications.  Thank you for the great support and for reading this little DIY blog.  Interested in featuring any of my work or working with me as a contributor?  Contact me at revamphomegoods(at)gmail(dot)com.


Follow the progression of our Mudroom & Kitchen Nook Renovation on Apartment Therapy's Renovation Diary.

Check out Luke's bedroom feature, "Luke's Revamped Room", in My Rooms.

As a contributor for Houzz, the leading online platform for home remodeling and design, my DIY tutorials are featured on an on-going basis.  Please follow me at Houzz to stay up to date on all my fun projects.

Flea Market Decor Magazine is your premiere source for unbeatable vintage style.

Flea Market Decor - Summer 2013 issue.

Look for two of my projects - Pg. 85 "Vintage Postcard Art" and Pg. 121 "Chevron Chic."

The original project tutorials can be found here:  Trash to Treasure Cabinet Transformation and here:  Vintage Postcard Art.
Flea Market Decor's - Fall 2013 issue, "Take A Seat" on Pg. 113

The original project can be viewed here:  DIY Decor:  A Dark & Dated Ottoman Gets A Bright Update


The new HGTVGardens.com website launched on February 18, 2013.

Check out my quote in Front and Center:  Bring Curb Appeal to Your Front Yard.

Also check out my Garden Arbor project which is featured in Best Face Forward:  Front Yard Design.

Check out my small living room office in Corner office: Add a small work space to your living room.


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