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Lauren Mikus
Denver Highlands Bungalow
Ideabooks5,932
Questions1
every year make a list of things you want to do
The activity To Do list on a
bucket list on display somewhere to see daily
Love the bucket list for the year
buy that sailboat, start chipping away at the bucket list. Sometimes selling the family house and downsizing is your ticket to do some of those things on the list. It was for hubby and I. But it may not be for others. We did not want to put off our list for down the road. As much as we hope for a large
14. Make a dream list. Write down all the things you’ve ever wanted to do should you suddenly be granted free time. Well, now that you have time, start tackling that list. This helps Houzzer pluckygirl when she gets nostalgic for the good old family
“good idea” — mmorse03
Ish and Chi
ishandchi
Ideabooks645
Questions1
making a list of little things and moments you enjoy, and keep it in your pocket to refer to (and add to) often. The things on your list should be small and easily attainable or doable: a bouquet of flowers from the market, a special bar of soap, a new book, a walk after work.
make a list of your simple pleasures and indulge in one every day
9. Make a list of your favorite simple pleasures and indulge one every day. Too many
Add to ideabook by Ish and Chi 9. Make a list of your favorite simple pleasures and indulge one every day. Too many times we try and push through to the weekend, as if that's the only time we deserve to relax. No more! Start by making a list of little things and moments you enjoy, and keep it
“Simple and clean” — lamb532
Kerrisdale Design Inc
Dunbar Home
Ideabooks8,341
Questions14
inspiration images, make a list of all of the elements you like about the photos. Try to move beyond "mood" words ("serene," "fresh" etc.) and nail down specific furniture styles, colors and accessories that you want in your space. Using the room shown here as an example, you might list: Upholstered headbo
and black accentsRound mirrorBench at foot of bedList each detail separately: "nailhead trim" and "upholstered headboard" each get a separate line. The reason: If you get too specific, you can get stuck trying to track down one item from your wish list (an upholstered headboard with nailhead trim); this
inspiration images, make a list of all of the elements you like about the photos. Try to move beyond ‘mood’ words (’serene’, ‘fresh’, etc.) and nail down specific furniture styles, colours and accessories you want in your space. Using the room shown here as an example, you might list the following. Upholstered
“bdrm” — galegirl3
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11 Reviews
KP Spaces Home
Ideabooks886
Questions0
1. Make a list. When you write down a goal or intention, something happens. It's not magic, but something shifts. Avoid broad commitments like "1. Get organized." Be specific. It's OK if it's a massive list. You may need to have a couple of lists: one for daily goals and one for everything you need to
to accomplish in your home and life, and you'll need to keep adding to it. You may even have a third list on which you record how you want things to be — your dreams, if you will. This could be broad, but it shouldn't be vague. When I got really clear about how I wanted my house to be, I wrote, "I want
books." What do you want? "Get organized" is vague, but "Create an orderly home so I'm free from constant stress and anxiety" is clear. Or maybe your list will include things you would like to purchase or renovate. I need to write this on mine: "Living room rug, probably wool, dark enough and with some
“Perfect writing space.” — Rainer Po
Living2Design
Castleberry Hill Loft
Ideabooks17,361
Questions3
room and redesigning within your existing home’s footprint is always cheaper than building an addition.Next, make a list of the rooms you wish you had in your home. Compare the two lists, and see if anything can have a dual purpose. Can you live without any of these rooms?Here are six ways to repurpose
room and redesigning within your existing home’s footprint is always cheaper than building an addition.Next, make a list of the rooms you wish you had in your home. Compare the two lists and see if any room could have a dual purpose. And can you live without any of the room purposes you currently have
Rethinking Your House: How to Get StartedMake a list of all the rooms in your home. If you have plans of it, even better. Look at each room, and write down what you use it for. Now write down how often
“Could we recreate this on a wall? Hmmm” — lduke
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Ideabooks70,250
Questions43
make for a smoother ride. 4 Ways to Get Ready for Kitchen ConstructionStep 9: Surviving the dreaded punch listOnce construction is over, well ... almost over ... there's always this annoying little list of items that are missing, wrong, or simply forgotten about. A missing light switch plate, a caulk line
things like the hood doesn't work, or there's a big scratch in the newly refinished floor. Sometimes the homeowner does the punch list. It can be as informal as an emailed list of items that need to be fixed or finished. I like to use a little form I put together that identifies the item to be fixed or
one visit and you'll be fine.The best way to approach this is with a Zen attitude. Things happen, little things get missed. It's sort of like making a list for the grocery store and still forgetting some key ingredient. We all do it.Next: How to Plan Your Scope of WorkMore: Browse kitchen photos | Find
“reclaimed wood top” — lsbruegg
Bunker Workshop
11 Reviews
D-House
Ideabooks7,780
Questions6
Easy way to keep up with list of needed items.
Bunker WorkshopSaveEmail Chalkboard Paint With chalkboard paint by the prep sink, you can remind family members to add produce to the list as they wash it. Chalkboard paint comes in every color, so if black is too harsh for you, try gray or even red
highlight the faucet wall with chalkboard paint for family notes, recipes and grocery lists.
Everyone loves chalkboard walls. In the kitchen they provide the perfect spot for jotting down notes to your family, grocery lists and reminders.
Chalkboard PaintWith chalkboard paint by the prep sink, you can remind family members to add produce to the list as they wash it. Chalkboard paint comes in every color, so if black is too harsh for you, try gray or even red.
“Chalkboard” — tcepero
Urban Home
Urban White Canvas
Ideabooks2,348
Questions4
A chalk wall in a kitchen makes PERFECT sense! Never have to figure out where to write the shopping list. And the gray goes perfectly with our kitchen color scheme!
concrete. Take sidewalk chalk to the kitchen with a writable cement backsplash, and have fun creating a rotating display of sketches, doodles and lists. A concrete floor can be treated the same way, depending on the finish used — so you can let the kiddos draw on the floor!
con­crete. Take side­walk chalk to the kitchen with a writable ce­ment back­splash, and have fun cre­at­ing a ro­tat­ing dis­play of sketches, doo­dles and lists. A con­crete”
concrete. Take sidewalk chalk to the kitchen with a writable cement backsplash, and have fun creating a rotating display of sketches, doodles and lists. A concrete floor can be treated the same way, depending on the finish used — so you can let the kiddos draw on the floor!
“like the writable wall idea. Not necessarily for kitchen but how cool is that. Maybe just a small” — juliealevy
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