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In my household, any book or magazine filled with DIY and home improvement ideas is always kept for reference — even if it's several years old. Good renovation tips and ideas don't go out of style. Now there's another book to keep on hand — and this time readers can add it their bookmarks, print it or easily share it on their social media pages. The Home Depot DreamBook is now available exclusively online and the latest one is packed with ideas for kitchens, baths, lighting, flooring and painting. (This blog is sponsored by The Home Depot DreamBook. Share your favourite pages for a chance to win a $1,000 gift card!) Here are some of my favourite photos and ideas in the issue:

Floor-to-ceiling subway tile looks great outside of the kitchen, and I wouldn't mind recreating a display shelf like this one. Find out how you can recreate the Vintage look in the DreamBook. Everything from exact paint colour suggestions to lighting options are included.

Painting ideas are readily available in the DreamBook, with eight colourful projects featured within. This section also includes links to an interior paint buying guide, a paint calculator and more — handy!

A great light can make all the difference in a room and there's no shortage of ideas here, with pages dedicated to classic fixtures (like the one above), along with mid-century-inspired pieces, bronze lights and more

Each DreamBook section has social media share buttons integrated, along with the option to add products to your personal favourites. Share a section from the DreamBook on Twitter (use the hashtag #DreamBook2012), Facebook or Pinterest and you could win one of three $1,000 Home Depot gift cards!

Browse the latest DreamBook!

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