How to Transform a Fixer-Upper

Just call Lindsey and Grayson Cheek Mr. and Mrs. DIY! They painted, tiled, woodworked and decorated their first home all while staying within budget. HGTV Magazine gives you a tour of their made-over home.

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Grayson teamed up with Lindsey's grandfather Roger, an architect and furniture designer, to build bookshelves as a weekend project. "It's the heart of the room," says Lindsey. Grayson wired industrial-style lamps across the top of the bookcase, which the couple bought on a pre-baby trip to Paris. Grayson found the sofa at the dump and they saved for a year before having it refinished and re-covered in white leather. They found the armchair and X-base stools at a local thrift shop and had those re-covered.

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