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Better Places to Stash That Soap

Banish gloppy bars and flimsy pumps, and the only things you’ll need to clean are your hands Full Story
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Trudy Connor
I love the tray idea, this one would work in a blue bathroom https://www.etsy.com/listing/155640283/bing-grondahl-seagull-rectangular
August 14, 2014 at 12:36PM     
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   Comment   July 29, 2014
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Know Your Sofa Options: Arms, Cushions, Backs and Bases

Get your sock arm straight from your track arm — along with everything else — to choose the sofa that’s right for you Full Story
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4tanjan
hello...please email eyeseeok@aol.com if you know where we can purchase the ceiling lamp pictured above your grand piano photo thanks
July 30, 2014 at 12:16PM   
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Sandra Boissonot
Colors to use in my living room
August 9, 2014 at 6:00PM   
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12 Questions Your Interior Designer Should Ask You

The best decorators aren’t dictators — and they’re not mind readers either. To understand your tastes, they need this essential info Full Story
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gozvrrm
Of course it is a show and it is scripted and they have to inject "drama" into each episode with "unforeseen" problems. But, that said, it makes Hillary seem incompetent because it looks like she doesn't get any contractor(s) input, etc before starting a project.

Only *after* construction starts does she find out that a wall is load-bearing and a column will have to be left in the middle of the room. Or only *after* tearing out 1/2 the basement does she find out that she can't get a permit to add another bathroom to the septic system.

Hidden mold or dry rot or asbestos is one thing - and money should be included in the budget to handle those possibilities - but the things Hillary encounters are things that are covered in Construction 101.
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Apartment 46 for the Home
Poor Hilary! She's not here to defend herself and as I don't personally know her, I shouldn't be trying to defend her either. I can only speak from my own design perspective and the craziness I see and deal with. I think we should all play "Love it or List it Bingo" and see which issues will pop up on our scoreboard each episode. Will it be the furnace? Will it be the dreaded tube and wire electrical or maybe, if we're lucky, a cracked foundation? LOL. :)
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11 Reasons to Paint Your Interior Doors Black

Brush on some ebony paint and turn a dull doorway into a model of drop-dead sophistication Full Story
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aespree
I like!!!
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Christine Virgin
I"d love to paint my front door and interior doors black however the rest of the house has white pvc Windows ,french windows'(glazed doors) opening onto the garden wondering if this would not be too much ?
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10 Smart Ideas for Your Laundry Room Remodel

Make washing and drying easier and more comfortable by considering ergonomics, storage and special features Full Story
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Anina Salerno_Aita
I just wanted to second an earlier comment on the front loader odor problem. I keep two old dishtowels in the laundry room, one folded on top of the machine, the other on the door of the machine, so that it cannot be shut tightly. When I wash a load of clothes, I toss the towel in with them. It goes into the dryer when the clothes are done. I take the other dish towel and wipe the wet door and the gasket down, and then hang the slightly damp towel over the door to keep it open. When the clothes come out of the dryer, the dry towel gets folded and goes back on top of the washer. No odor, no slime, no problem. I also do a load of white clothes with bleach every week, which I suspect doesn't hurt either.
I am going to be "rehabbing" our laundry room in the near future, so I love all the great ideas on how to improve things.
August 8, 2014 at 4:24PM     
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Norman Dela Peña
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August 13, 2014 at 12:56AM   
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Review for Flores Construction:

After searching for more than 7 years for a home builder that was able to meet my expectations for a quality product with innovative design I discovered that AN...
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