Month: October 2018

Guest Groups: 20 Kids' Bedroom Chandeliers

My 3-year-old daughter needs me to decorate her bedroom. Right? The downside is that she’s a princess bedroom — think giant decals and a huge, twinkling pumpkin carriage bed. That’s not going to happen. I’m hoping, but that by creating some smart purchases, I will give her the fairytale glamour she craves without selling out […]

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For the Kids: Crucial Forts Inside

Children spend a lot more time indoors this time of year, and they need their own space. My brother and I left our own secret fort beneath our basement’s staircase when we were children. All it required was a carpet remnant on the floor, a lot of paint to decorate the backs of their risers […]

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Adding a Tornado of Ribbons with Straightforward Storage Suggestions

Whether you are a crafter, scrapbooker or merely have gift-wrapping ribbons these organizational tips on keeping ribbons can keep your house less cluttered. And the best part is that they are easy and inexpensive ideas that anyone can deal with. You might even be so proud of your ribbon storage which you’re going to want […]

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Get the Look: Modern Rustic

There is plain old-fashioned rustic, then there’s modern rustic. The former comes with lots of rough hewn edges, weathered wood, knotty pine, antlers, quilts and exposed timbers. The latter edits the components down to just a few and highlights them by simplifying the rest of the room, perhaps by pairing timbers with barely off-white walls, […]

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Speedy Hint: Make Use of a Golf Tee to Repair a Door Hinge

If you’ve got a door hinge that’s feeling a bit odds are the screws. Removing a screw could be tricky, but then how can you go about replacing within an present hole? North Carolina based Grainda Builders shared with a smart and quick way to tighten a door hinge without a lot of fuss. Remove […]

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