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Mend
1 Review
Women's Shelter Studio
Ideabooks188
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tackiest, cheapest thrift store or hand me down chest and paint white
Painted thrift store chest. Take the tackiest
Love the look of this dresser bought at a thrift store.
tackiest, cheapest thrift store or hand-me-down chest you can find (you know the type — horrible veneer; cheap, brassy handles) and give it a new lease on life with several coats of white paint. To make paint last on knobs and pulls, remove them and paint them outside using spray paint designed to adhere
10. Painted thrift store chest. Take the tackiest, cheapest thrift store or hand-me-down chest you can find (you know the type — horrible veneer; cheap, brassy handles) and give it a new lease on life with several coats of white paint. To make paint last on knobs and pulls, remove them and paint them
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Rough Linen
4 Reviews
Tricia Rose
Ideabooks14,174
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Special place inside toilet for storing paper
Great way to store toilet paper if you have too much of it! #outofsight
Maybe not this but how about shelves across the top of the big mirror for storing big towels?
mirror or the full length of just about any wall as long as it is high enough so that you won't bang your head. Toilet paper or rolled-up towels can be stored attractively in this way.
mirror or the full length of just about any wall as long as it is high enough so that you won't bang your head. Toilet paper or rolled-up towels can be stored attractively in this way.
mirror or the full length of just about any wall as long as it is high enough so that you won’t bang your head. Toilet paper or rolled-up towels can be stored attractively in this way.
“Shelf above door” — jcgreenberg
Jen Jafarzadeh L'Italien
DVD binders
Ideabooks246
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Where may cd and dvd "binder sheets" be purchased? i.e., office supply store or place like "Target?"
your house and give it a clear label. Purchase a few CD and DVD binder sheets and start storing your collection in a compact space
Store manuals & warranties in binders dvd & cd's in clear cases & label
electronic item in your house and give it a clear label. Purchase a few CD and DVD binder sheets and start storing your collection in a compact space.
Assign clear plastic sleeves for each electronic item in your house and give it a clear label. Purchase a few CD and DVD binder sheets and start storing your collection in a compact space.
“Ideas to save DVD binders” — marliscarter
Hardwood Creations
3 Reviews
Laundry room with great storage options
Ideabooks2,448
Questions3
It looks really similar to a mesh material...you should be able to get it at any fabric store.
square or rectangular box. The bigger, the better. The aluminum is relatively inexpensive, easy to work with and can be found at most home improvement stores. It is also smooth, which allows the clothes to easily fall through the chute.”
square or rectangular box. The bigger, the better. The aluminum is relatively inexpensive, easy to work with and can be found at most home improvement stores. It is also smooth, which allows the clothes to easily fall through the chute.”
“where it all lands... in a cabinet” — Melissa Guilbeau
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Home for Chanukah
Ideabooks121
Questions0
garland with plastic coins she found at a party supply store.
string of gelt on Mantle Chanukah ideas. Hot glue gun, white string, plastic gold coins from party supply store, and thumbtacks. Glue 3 to 4 inches apart.
Brownstein created this gelt garland with plastic coins she found at a party supply store. To make your own gelt garland, you'll need: Hot glue gun White string that can handle the weight of your coins Plastic gold coins Thumbtacks 1. Measure
Fresh and Fun Hanukkah Decorating Ideas String some grown-up gelt. Brownstein created this gelt garland with plastic coins she found at a party supply store.To make your own gelt garland, you'll need:Hot glue gunWhite string that can handle the weight of your coinsPlastic gold coinsThumbtacks1. Measure the
“String some grown-up gelt. Brownstein created this gelt garland with plastic coins she found at a pa” — rabn22
The Cross Interior Design
West End Studio
Ideabooks252
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They look beautiful stored together on a tray or on open shelving.
Tiny Moroccan tea glasses are lovely and work well for much more than tea. Get a matched set or collect a mishmash, and use them for wine, juice and more. They look beautiful stored together on a tray or
mixture of glass ware - thrift store pieces perhaps
are lovely and work well for much more than tea. Get a matched set or collect a mishmash, and use them for wine, juice and more. They look beautiful stored together on a tray or on open shelving.
are lovely and work well for much more than tea. Get a matched set or collect a mishmash, and use them for wine, juice and more. They look beautiful stored together on a tray or on open shelving.
“Candle holders” — morganhotbread
The Locker
Lockette's House
Ideabooks3,217
Questions2
great way to store your fat quarters
another neat way to store paper, also think about storage for wrapping paper and bows
Lay It Flat House craft paper in drawers if you like things tucked away neatly. The only challenge I find with this option is you can see only what's stored on the very top.This option is best for when you're stacking multiples of the same color or pattern and you've got room to spread out.Friendly reminder:
“Craft room” — vickimck
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Joanna Madden
Ideabooks609
Questions3
Can be used to store linnens
Rikki SnyderSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Madden collected these neutral-colored suitcases over many years, finding them at flea markets and antiques stores. They were stacked in pairs throughout the house until
The whit and neutral colors of the old suitcases. Would be good to store photos and memorabilia.
nifty idea for storing one's junk
Madden collected these neutral-colored suitcases over many years, finding them at flea markets and antiques stores. They were stacked in pairs throughout the house until she accumulated enough to form a tall stack.
Madden collected these neutral-colored suitcases over many years, finding them at flea markets and antiques stores. They were stacked in pairs throughout the house until she accumulated enough to form a tall stack.
“Suitcases!” — lb2cats
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