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From No Man's Land to Craft room

Hey Ya’ll!  So, last we left off with No Man’s Land (our spare room), I had just stripped and painted the new craft table.  And now, I’m happy to announce that the space has a functional new lay-out.   597 more words

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1. This is a really awesome article about the 21 habits of happy people.
2. Who doesn’t love pictures of puppies?!
3. This artist and her work… 91 more words

diy // the 5 most stylish ikea hacks on the net

Every time we move (I think we’ve moved about a 100 times in the past 5 years) I dream about how our next place will look filled with beautiful furniture and the radest decor I’ve always wanted to buy but never pulled the trigger. 327 more words


We had to create a work space in the kitchen along the appliances because there were no cabinets. I had an old cabinet that has served as a baby changing table, bar cart and potting shed table. 247 more words

Hollywood Regency Part 2 - Today’s Style

Last week I wrote about the history of Hollywood Regency which originated in the 1930’s. Today the style has undergone a few changes but retains the feeling of luxury that made it so popular more than 80 years ago. 267 more words


A faux library card catalogue

I posted recently about my top gifts for librarians. The top item on that list was a card catalogue. When I posted about my desire for a card catalogue on Facebook a few months ago a friend sent me this link to an… 244 more words

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IKEA hack: Laptop stand for my Macbook Air.

I got my new macbook air to replace my old and nearly broken Mac Mini, and now I need a laptop stand. The only criteria is I need to work in dual monitor environment in some situation like copy and paste text from documents, selecting stock photos and creating artwork at the same time, but after the work done it can become single monitor again, that’s mean my Macbook Air could be folded and hidden somewhere. 117 more words