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How To Make A Diamond Tufted Headboard. Diamond tufted headboards are stunning, but so prohibitively expensive that I wasn’t sure I would ever gain one for my home. Years later with my money still in my pocket, and much new DIY experience under my belt, I’m happy to say that I actually MADE that headboard of my dreams and I’ll be sharing all the details to help you make yours! Just so you know, this is going to be a detailed tutorial, because if there is one thing I haven’t found out there it is a how-to that makes sure you get it perfect the easiest and cheapest way possible! I spent $44 making my queen sized diamond tufted headboard. Rounding up, I spent $17 for the fabric (Joann’s after coupon), $11 for two button cover kits (the first kit from Walmart, the second from Joann’s/ after coupon), $11 for one egg crate mattress topper (Walmart), the rest of the material were either salvaged or I already owned.

I will be sure to include links if you prefer to order supplies online. Materials Have a hideous headboard like I do? Things You Need For Your First Apartment: The Ultimate Checklist - My First Apartment. You found an apartment, you signed the lease, you wrote the check. Congrats, you’re now all ready to move into your first apartment! Except, wait a minute, you’re not.

You need things to put in the apartment. And what, exactly, do you need? Here’s a handy checklist of things you’ll need (or at least want, in all likelihood), organized by room, with extra blanks for YOU to fill in. Our suggested top priorities are in bold, but before you panic keep in mind many of these items can be bought cheaply second-hand or even picked up free. Download and print this checklist [PDF] Entrance area Welcome mat (for outside the door)Small area rug (for just inside the door)Wall hooks for jackets, keys, etc.Small table or bench for shoe storageLamp, if there’s no other light source by the door______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Living room Kitchen Food! Dining area Bathroom Bedroom Bed! Miscellaneous doug Author My First Apartment. Organize Your Personal Files Simply Fabulous Living. If you’re new to the site, WELCOME and thanks so much for stopping by!

The Weekend Organizer is a series of projects that I post on Thursdays. These projects are small and easy to accomplish over a weekend. They also relate to each particular month’s organizing topic. Paper organization can be an overwhelming issue. So today, we’re going to tackle the paper clutter of our Personal Reference Files with a simple strategy that is sure to get them fabulously organized! Personal Reference Files are hard copy files that we can refer to for important–and sometimes vital– information related to major aspects of our lives. Before we go into detail, I just want to say that this is just one way to do this, not the ONLY way to organize personal files.

Let’s talk STRATEGY. 1. {BEFORE organizing the files} Get a tablet of paper and a pen and do an assessment of your files. Here’s a few images of how I divided my files into MAIN subjects and sub-files. I did, until I discovered Pinterest. One more thing. My Favorite Dollar Tree Organizing Products - I Heart Planners. Did you know you can get a free mini planner and the Simplify Your Life Once and For All ecourse when you subscribe to the weekly newsletter? Sign up here. If you’d like to get organized on a budget, Dollar Tree organizing products are a fantastic tool.

They have a great selection of organizing items, and, of course, they are all just a dollar. First up, we have my number one favorite: My favorite item is definitely their little white bins. Next up, we have these shallow interlocking bins. I also used some in another cabinet here (and I think the plastic shoeboxes may be from the Dollar Tree as well). I also love these XL “Ziploc” bags. Here’s what the box looks like if you are looking for them. Last we have these red handled plastic bins.

What are your favorite Dollar Tree products? 101 Headboard Ideas That Will Rock Your Bedroom. 50 Brilliant, Easy & Cheap Storage Ideas (lots of tips and tricks) Home decor | bedroom. This Innermost Ltd Jeeves Table Lamp designed by Jake Phipps was inspired by surrealist painter René Magritte and his body of work. The influence of his paintings, particularly “The Pilgrim”, “Son of Man” and “Man in a Bowler Hat”, can clearly be seen in the design of the Jeeves lamp. It consists of an almost floating bowler made from wool felt covered aluminium, a gold interior and a steel base.

The hat can be “tipped” for adjustable light distribution. It takes its name from one of comedian P.G. Wodehouse’s iconic characters, Reginald Jeeves. Pairing art with British traditionalism, this piece is both functional and decorative. LB. More... How to Paint Walls, Ceilings, and Tight Spots - How to Paint a Room: Tips and... Since the walls and ceilings are the largest surfaces in a room, you'll devote a lot of energy to painting them. In this section, we'll tell you the best techniques for painting walls and ceilings, as well as the tight spots in between.

Walls Paint an entire wall before taking a break so the painted portions won't lose their wet edges. Then stand back, scan the wall, and cover any missed spots or smears. Whether you paint in sections from top to bottom or from side to side across the room is up to you. But if you're using an extension handle on your roller, you may find it more convenient to start at one high corner and go all the way across the room with a series of completed zigzag patterns.

This way you won't have to constantly change the handle on your roller as you would if you painted in sections from the ceiling down to the floor. Ceilings When rolling paint on a ceiling, maintain a wet edge at all times to avoid creating lines and ridges. Tight Spots. 27 Things That Definitely Belong In Your Dream Home. My first build! The free content provicded by this website is made possible by the following current sponsors. Thank you! Bathroom - Liz Caan Interiors. Stunning bathroom shower features drop-in bathtub dressed in white and gray ... Liz Caan Interiors DIY Greek key shower curtain made from two white flat sheets and six yards of ... Hazardous Design Spa-like bathroom with soft gray walls paint color, white & gray striped towels, ... Tiek Built Homes Beautiful cottage bathroom design with beveled chrome mirror, white pedestal sink, ... Anne Chessin Designs Beautiful bathroom with sea blue walls paired with board and batten. JAS Design Build Glam bathroom with subway tiles shower surround and white shower curtain valance ...

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