Super easy ....and cheap :).... wreath made from coffee filters and ornaments! Perfect to tie in all the white christmassy decor in my living room. Go to this link to view tutorial: http://www.thriftyandchic.com/2012/12/coffee...
Ask Anna explains how using 3 household ingredients can get rid of that smell that mysteriously appears in a boys bathroom. Here is the readers question: Our front bathroom is pretty much used by our 2 boys. My problem is that I cannot get rid of the "boy bathroom smell." I scrubbed the bathroom last week, and have made a point to wipe things down and have them do it as well. I even replaced the toilet seats. It makes me want to go in there with a pressure washer full of bleach! Any
suggestions on how to get rid of the smell?? I always worry guests can smell it too unless I turn the wax burner on.
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Commented on Aug 09, 2012
I read that you can spray peroxide and baking soda around the base, the smell gets under the
tile. let the the solution soak then wipe! give it a try
I would like to use bi-fold doors but the opening is ~8ft x 7ft which are not common at all. So I am open to any suggestions of other types of doors. Also, any suggestions on a custom
door supplier that could make doors to fit this space? Also notice the top corners are not the usual 90 degree angle. If there are any contractors willing to take on this job, I am open to hearing from you as well.
Commented on May 09, 2012
make sue to cover the window. The sun will change the colors of your clothes.
Added beadboard, moulding, a beautiful light green paint "cucumber" by Sherwin Williams with a crystal chandelier and some fun flea market pieces. Created some custom roman shades and sheer curtains for a very cozy place for a little girl to enjoy.