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ayylolo
Take down the Christmas decorations FINALLY!!!
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vintagemodchic
I have a host of things on my to do list. Repainting spare room furniture, breaking out some vintage white chennile for that room I'm making all white.
2. Touching up whatever is white in the house trim work
3. I have swatches of paint samples I'm thinking about finding that perfect soft romantic green to my now blue-gray walls.
4. Thinking of Repainting my black cabinets in a complimentary darker yet soft green.
5. Replace the gray, black glass back splash with white mini subway glass mix tile
6. New quarts counters white with some black
7. Haven't decided if I'm going to repaint the black vintage dinning table a bold teal. The rest of the pieces are white ( credenza & hutch)
8. LIVINGROOM already has a vintage chic French inspired look accented with cream furniture cream & black damask pillow & French inspired cream & black pillows & reversible teal pillows. Teal over sized prints framed in gold hand on the wall.
9. Vintage iron gates in creamy ( rusted patina colors ( I found in my friends antique store) hang on the walls.
I love white, black and gray but find myself gravitating to soft greens & teal for a pop of color.
10. Teenage daughter likes purples so her vintage furniture is going to be done in a plumy purple that is my project the last weekend in February when she goes away to snow camp. I already bought her comforter set in a beautiful array of purples fushia with a dot of turquoise & yellow in a paisley design. Her room is the last room with carpet to be pulled up and she will return to light painted floors. ( she hates to vacuum)
This is my inside to do list..... Then I'm on to some different landscaping this May. The main floor of the 3 story 1930's cottage is open concept now. My house is my pallet and canvas and I love reinventing
It every few years.
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pablomsu
Lastly - if you're not very tech oriented - take a look at a sound bar or Soundbar plus satellite speaker setup like those made by Sony or Vizio. They're simple to setup and are a perfect solution for a smaller space without the need for tons of speakers and no receiver or amps/preamps. Another option would be to look at Bose. However, Bose is notoriously late in adopting industry-wide standards for connectivity, and often uses proprietary signaling and connectors which are Bose-only and do not play well with other equipment. What's more, they're not DLNA-compliant, have so-so sound processing, are extremely expensive for the quality, and do not even offer the modern 7.1 or 7.2 Hi-Def standard.
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dicktrickle
Thanks great info. As I get deeper into the project I'm sure I'll have more questions.
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leslieg2013
Never mind the orchids . . . I can't stop looking at the red range/island !!
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Dani Carter
Love them! Have had many re bloom and last for 5 months. A real bang for your buck!
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Granville Goff
At Missille Fine Art we employ the use of several tools to make our wearable art, here's a few standbys! Not pictured are a Dremmel w/ flex shaft and felting needles.
If you'd like, check us out at www.etsy.com/shop/Missille
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jannie
Please don't let charm override best practices for infant safety. There is no evidence that crib bumpers prevent injury. Conversely, bumpers increase the risk of what is identified as entrapment and suffocation. Likewise, pillows, toys and loose blankets should not be in cribs.

The American Academy of Pediatrics' infant sleep safety guidelines, interpreted in layman's terms can be found here: http://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/baby/sleep/Pages/A-Parents-Guide-to-Safe-Sleep.aspx and their research abstract is here: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/128/5/1030.full
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