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New Fave Blog: This Young House

I have no idea how I came across this blog, guess I got on the blog highway of clicks and kept clicking until I landed here. Meet the Youngs, a fabulous couple with design know-how and skills out the wazooo - and all done on the cheap.
They have renovated their adorable ranch house and documented it online. They were just recognized by CNN last week for one of their renovation projects (taking an old piano stool from a thrift store and turning it into a lovely bench) and they've even been on HGTV's Rate My Space.

Here are just a couple of my favorite things on their blog:
Sherry actually even visited my site and commented on which pink I should choose for my office closet! How cool is that???? They also offer design consultations and advice and have great giveaways! Check them out at http://www.thisyounghouse.com/

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  1. I love this site too!! I have been addicted for about a year and a lot of the time end up emailing my husband ideas from it that we need to do in our house! :) Such a great site, they are very creative!!

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  2. girl everysince you put this address on my blog i have been obsessed :) i have gotten so many ideas. thank you!! it kind of depresses me though that i can't do everything at once :)

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  3. Thanks for the tip. I have added this young house to my blog roll. It's great!

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  4. You are too sweet! Thanks SO MUCH for the shout out. Feel free to drop in on our little old ranch anytime... our virtual door is always open!

    xoxo,
    Sherry (& John)

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  5. Thanks for the heads up...I love this blog! I have been thinking about a rain barrel for a while and seeing how easy it was to put together, I am ready to get to it! Thanks.

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  6. LOVE this little house. They did such great things!!! Thanks for this post! My little house could use some sprucing up!

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  7. Wendy....love you blog and this one too! just added both to 'my favorites'! Hope you guys are doing well!

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