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Inspiration for a scandinavian girl kids' room remodel in Other with white walls — Houzz

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de78 wrote:
Where can I buy this carpet?
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Jeanette Lunde
Try Housedoctor.dk, not the same but similar :)
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Where is The bed from? - Bed from?
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An antique wood headboard provides an heirloom touch to Mathea's room.
Jo Simmons added this to Take a Dusting Master Class for a Beautifully Clean Home
Sort out soft toys. Some teddy bears and soft toys are machine-washable, but you can also put those that aren’t too big into a big plastic bag with a cup of baking soda. Secure the top, then take it outside and shake well. The baking soda and static will draw out the dust. Take out each soft toy one by one. Shake it thoroughly so any baking soda clumps fall off, then vacuum any large soft toys that are not at risk of being sucked up the nozzle. Small toys might benefit from a brush with a medium-stiff brush.See more eco-friendly tips and tricks for cleaning your home

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dcollister58 added this to Cleaning
Sort out soft toys. Some teddy bears and soft toys are machine-washable, but you can also put those that aren’t too big into a big plastic bag with a cup of baking soda. Secure the top, then take it outside and shake well. The baking soda and static will draw out the dust. Take out each soft toy one by one. Shake it thoroughly so any baking soda clumps fall off, then vacuum any large soft toys that are not at risk of being sucked up the nozzle. Small toys might benefit from a brush with a medium-stiff brush.See more eco-friendly tips and tricks for cleaning your home
effie_qian added this to kids room
Sort out soft toys. Some teddy bears and soft toys are machine-washable, but you can also put those that aren’t too big into a big plastic bag with a cup of baking soda. Secure the top, then take it outside and shake well. The baking soda and static will draw out the dust. Take out each soft toy one by one. Shake it thoroughly so any baking soda clumps fall off, then vacuum any large soft toys that are not at risk of being sucked up the nozzle. Small toys might benefit from a brush with a medium-stiff brush.See more eco-friendly tips and tricks for cleaning your home

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