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jannnnn wrote:
where did you buy the book shelves? - I have so many books and thought this was a great idea
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I bought the shelf from The One shop.
September 5, 2013 at 6:41AM        Thanked by jannnnn
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jannnnn
thxs yet i cant find it on the internet- do u know the website?
September 5, 2013 at 7:21AM   
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johnwilsonhall wrote:
Wall light - I want the light, where is it from?????????
   Comment   October 17, 2012
jgherini wrote:
Love the reading light. Where is it from?
   Comment   July 8, 2012
jgherini wrote:
Where can I buy the light? Can you tell me more about the product?
   Comment   June 27, 2012

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Favorite nighttime reading material is easily accessible on wall shelves next to the bed. Flea market accessories, sourced from her favorite spots at the Rose Bowl Flea Market and the Ventura Flea Market, accompany a simple industrial lamp. Nightstands: flea market; bedside light; Amazon; shelves: Umbra
Here's a fairly minimalistic corner, but I see several hundred dollars in books alone, not to mention the bed, bedding, light, curtains and hardware.And that's not all. She also keeps separate inventories for books, videos and music as well as separate lists for electrical panel, major repair, redecorating, gardening and major medical expenses plus lending. All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know.Jane assures me it's an easy 15-minute update every year; she likes to do it first thing after the holidays, when she naturally acquires new things.When I asked her how she backs up the info, she said, "It's a computer document, but usually there's a recent downloaded copy that we store in our safe. Sometimes we get sloppy, but it's never very far outdated." I can only imagine what "sloppy" looks like to Jane. A box of cotton swabs omitted? I can't even hazard a guess.Inventorying for the Not Naturally OrganizedNaturally Organized readers, you may be clucking your tongues and noting a couple of categories you've neglected in your own inventories. You're welcome.And now I have something special for my Not Naturally Organized friends. We all know you are never, ever going to write down and categorize everything you own. And that's OK. Here's what I want you to do: Grab a smart phone or a camera, turn on the video and take a slow tour of your entire home, inside and out. Email yourself the results. In a matter of minutes you will have put yourself a thousand times ahead of the game.

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Here's a fairly minimalistic corner, but I see several hundred dollars in books alone, not to mention the bed, bedding, light, curtains and hardware. And that's not all. She also keeps separate inventories for books, videos and music as well as separate lists for electrical panel, major repair, redecorating, gardening and major medical expenses plus lending. All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know. Jane assures me it's an easy 15-minute update every year; she likes to do it first thing after the holidays, when she naturally acquires new things. When I asked her how she backs up the info, she said, "It's a computer document, but usually there's a recent downloaded copy that we store in our safe. Sometimes we get sloppy, but it's never very far outdated." I can only imagine what "sloppy" looks like to Jane. A box of cotton swabs omitted? I can't even hazard a guess.
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Jane runs a bed-and-breakfast out of her hundred-year-old home, and she acknowledges this affects the complexity of her inventory. "Clearly, there's more here than most places. We've got lots of categories because it's easier to find things and update. Some categories overlap a bit, like miscellaneous and utilities." Eclectic Bedroom by Annie McElwain Photography Annie McElwain PhotographySave to IdeabookEmail Photo Here's a fairly minimalistic corner, but I see several hundred dollars in books alone, not to mention the bed, bedding, light, curtains and hardware. And that's not all. She also keeps separate inventories for books, videos and music as well as separate lists for electrical panel, major repair, redecorating, gardening and major medical expenses plus lending. All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know. Jane assures me it's an easy 15-minute update every year; she likes to do it first thing after the holidays, when she naturally acquires new things. When I asked her how she backs up the info, she said, "It's a computer document, but usually there's a recent downloaded copy that we store in our safe. Sometimes we get sloppy, but it's never very far outdated." I can only imagine what "sloppy" looks like to Jane. A box of cotton swabs omitted? I can't even hazard a guess. Inventorying for the Not Naturally Organized
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Here's a fairly minimalistic corner, but I see several hundred dollars in books alone, not to mention the bed, bedding, light, curtains and hardware. And that's not all. She also keeps separate inventories for books, videos and music as well as separate lists for electrical panel, major repair, redecorating, gardening and major medical expenses plus lending. All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know. Jane assures me it's an easy 15-minute update every year; she likes to do it first thing after the holidays, when she naturally acquires new things. When I asked her how she backs up the info, she said, "It's a computer document, but usually there's a recent downloaded copy that we store in our safe. Sometimes we get sloppy, but it's never very far outdated." I can only imagine what "sloppy" looks like to Jane. A box of cotton swabs omitted? I can't even hazard a guess.
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Here's a fairly minimalistic corner, but I see several hundred dollars in books alone, not to mention the bed, bedding, light, curtains and hardware. And that's not all. She also keeps separate inventories for books, videos and music as well as separate lists for electrical panel, major repair, redecorating, gardening and major medical expenses plus lending. All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know. Jane assures me it's an easy 15-minute update every year; she likes to do it first thing after the holidays, when she naturally acquires new things. When I asked her how she backs up the info, she said, "It's a computer document, but usually there's a recent downloaded copy that we store in our safe. Sometimes we get sloppy, but it's never very far outdated." I can only imagine what "sloppy" looks like to Jane. A box of cotton swabs omitted? I can't even hazard a guess. Inventorying for the Not Naturally Organized Naturally Organized readers, you may be clucking your tongues and noting a couple of categories you've neglected in your own inventories. You're welcome. And now I have something special for my Not Naturally Organized friends. We all know you are never, ever going to write down and categorize everything you own. And that's OK. Here's what I want you to do: Grab a smart phone or a camera, turn on the video and take a slow tour of your entire home, inside and out. Email yourself the results. In a matter of minutes you will have put yourself a thousand times ahead of the game.
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Just reading that may have caused your eyes to roll back into your head, and I'm sorry, but the only way to avoid needing to make an inventory is by avoiding a house fire, an earthquake, a flood, a hurricane or a tornado. I'm here to tell you that's not always possible, and creating an inventory before your house burns down (is shaken apart, floods, blows away etc.) is soooo much easier than doing so after. The Organized Person's Way to Make an Inventory First we're going to look at the Naturally Organized way to create an inventory. My friend Jane is one of the most organized people in the world and an insurance adjuster's worst nightmare. First of all she actually has an inventory, and then it's broken down into mind-bogglingly detailed categories. Here they are: "Appliances (mostly major, but including air conditioners), artwork, brewery, china (and all butler's-pantry-type serveware), clothes, electronics, furniture, jewelry, kitchen (small appliances go here), linens, lamps and clocks, miscellaneous (bookends, wastebaskets, Christmas decor), rugs, sporting goods, tools, utility (ironing board, scale, telephones, lawnmower)." Jane runs a bed-and-breakfast out of her hundred-year-old home, and she acknowledges this affects the complexity of her inventory. "Clearly, there's more here than most places. We've got lots of categories because it's easier to find things and update. Some categories overlap a bit, like miscellaneous and utilities."
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All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know.
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For Inventories, supports insur claims Here's a fairly minimalistic corner, but I see several hundred dollars in books alone, not to mention the bed, bedding, light, curtains and hardware. And that's not all. She also keeps separate inventories for books, videos and music as well as separate lists for electrical panel, major repair, redecorating, gardening and major medical expenses plus lending. All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know.
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My friend Jane is one of the most organized people in the world and an insurance adjuster's worst nightmare. First of all she actually has an inventory, and then it's broken down into mind-bogglingly detailed categories. Here they are: "Appliances (mostly major, but including air conditioners), artwork, brewery, china (and all butler's-pantry-type serveware), clothes, electronics, furniture, jewelry, kitchen (small appliances go here), linens, lamps and clocks, miscellaneous (bookends, wastebaskets, Christmas decor), rugs, sporting goods, tools, utility (ironing board, scale, telephones, lawnmower)." Jane runs a bed-and-breakfast out of her hundred-year-old home, and she acknowledges this affects the complexity of her inventory. "Clearly, there's more here than most places. We've got lots of categories because it's easier to find things and update. Some categories overlap a bit, like miscellaneous and utilities."
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Just reading that may have caused your eyes to roll back into your head, and I'm sorry, but the only way to avoid needing to make an inventory is by avoiding a house fire, an earthquake, a flood, a hurricane or a tornado. I'm here to tell you that's not always possible, and creating an inventory before your house burns down (is shaken apart, floods, blows away etc.) is soooo much easier than doing so after. The Organized Person's Way to Make an Inventory First we're going to look at the Naturally Organized way to create an inventory. My friend Jane is one of the most organized people in the world and an insurance adjuster's worst nightmare. First of all she actually has an inventory, and then it's broken down into mind-bogglingly detailed categories. Here they are: "Appliances (mostly major, but including air conditioners), artwork, brewery, china (and all butler's-pantry-type serveware), clothes, electronics, furniture, jewelry, kitchen (small appliances go here), linens, lamps and clocks, miscellaneous (bookends, wastebaskets, Christmas decor), rugs, sporting goods, tools, utility (ironing board, scale, telephones, lawnmower)." Jane runs a bed-and-breakfast out of her hundred-year-old home, and she acknowledges this affects the complexity of her inventory. "Clearly, there's more here than most places. We've got lots of categories because it's easier to find things and update. Some categories overlap a bit, like miscellaneous and utilities." Add to ideabookby Annie McElwain Photography Here's a fairly minimalistic corner, but I see several hundred dollars in books alone, not to mention the bed, bedding, light, curtains and hardware. And that's not all. She also keeps separate inventories for books, videos and music as well as separate lists for electrical panel, major repair, redecorating, gardening and major medical expenses plus lending. All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know. Jane assures me it's an easy 15-minute update every year; she likes to do it first thing after the holidays, when she naturally acquires new things. When I asked her how she backs up the info, she said, "It's a computer document, but usually there's a recent downloaded copy that we store in our safe. Sometimes we get sloppy, but it's never very far outdated." I can only imagine what "sloppy" looks like to Jane. A box of cotton swabs omitted? I can't even hazard a guess. Inventorying for the Not Naturally Organized Naturally Organized readers, you may be clucking your tongues and noting a couple of categories you've neglected in your own inventories. You're welcome. And now I have something special for my Not Naturally Organized friends. We all know you are never, ever going to write down and categorize everything you own. And that's OK. Here's what I want you to do: Grab a smart phone or a camera, turn on the video and take a slow tour of your entire home, inside and out. Email yourself the results. In a matter of minutes you will have put yourself a thousand times ahead of the game.
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Grab a smart phone or a camera, turn on the video and take a slow tour of your entire home, inside and out. Email yourself the results. In a matter of minutes you will have put yourself a thousand times ahead of the game.
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nd that's not all. She also keeps separate inventories for books, videos and music as well as separate lists for electrical panel, major repair, redecorating, gardening and major medical expenses plus lending. All of this is in searchable Excel documents, and each item has columns for category, room, item, brand, model, serial, price or value, and date acquired. The only addition I would suggest is one more column to indicate whether the item was a gift or purchased, because the insurance company will want to know. Jane assures me it's an easy 15-minute update every year; she likes to do it first thing after the holidays, when she naturally acquires new things. When I asked her how she backs up the info, she said, "It's a computer document, but usually there's a recent downloaded copy that we store in our safe. Sometimes we get sloppy, but it's never very far outdated." I can only imagine what "sloppy" looks like to Jane.
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shelving
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August 13, 2013
floating books! neat-o
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August 12, 2013
Lamp
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August 12, 2013
side table
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August 12, 2013
kids bedroom
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August 11, 2013
Bookshelves
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August 7, 2013
Floating shelf
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August 4, 2013
Librero
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August 4, 2013
Love the floating books
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August 3, 2013
BookShelves
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July 28, 2013
floating books
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July 27, 2013
like stacked books
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July 26, 2013
Bookshelf
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July 22, 2013
Shelves
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July 21, 2013
Floating bookshelf
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July 19, 2013
Floating bookshelves
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July 18, 2013
table
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July 14, 2013
Favorite nighttime reading material is easily accessible on wall shelves next to the bed.
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July 11, 2013
边桌
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July 11, 2013
Overstock.com rug Look at sources
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July 4, 2013
Buro
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July 1, 2013
love the floating books
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June 26, 2013
Clear shelves!
mistiff added this to mistiff's ideas
June 22, 2013
bed side book shelves
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June 17, 2013
wall book shelves, industrial lamp (at amazon?)
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