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Three Fun Decorating Ideas on a Budget

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In its heyday, the mixtape was a musical love letter, specially planned to covertly express hidden crushes, power ballad-worthy connections, and good old fashioned friendship. Welcome guests to your home using the same nostalgic expression with this personalized door mat.

Designed by graphic artist Jim Holodak, this retro mat features your family name on the mix’s title line, along with classic cassette detail set in colorfast dye. And while they can’t be furtively slipped through the slots in your cute lab partner’s locker, these time-honored tapes can be taken indoor or outdoors, wherever your musical taste may land. Continue Reading →

Cube Lantern – A Perfect Light / Chair Combination

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The Cube Lantern is a waterproof, wireless, rechargeable, energy-efficient lantern at home indoors or outdoors. Perfect for brightening up backyard barbecues and setting a romantic atmosphere poolside; it is designed to thrive in bad weather and has a guaranteed high resistance to shocks. The lamp is also portable and easy to move indoors—its amazing ability to transition between six colors will turn every day into a party, while four modes and three light intensities allow you to set the perfect mood. Simply recharge by placing the lamp on its base. Get it at Fab.com. Continue Reading →

12 Inspiring Ideas for Christmas Lights in the Bedroom

Christmas lights are often associated with happiness, comfort and thoughts of home. You may feel a pinch of excitement as you see these gorgeous string lights emerge from their storage boxes each year. With today’s eclectic decorating schemes, there’s no need to keep those lights boxed up most of the year. The bedroom is a perfect place to hang Christmas lights year-round, lending a soft glow to your bed and relaxing area. In fact, they may lull you to sleep with comforting thoughts of home and good times. Pull out some lights today to see what they can do to your home decor. Continue Reading →

How to design a games room

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If you are fortunate to have the space, then using it to create a games room is a great project that will do much to improve your social life, most people find that once they have a games room their friends just can’t keep away. If there isn’t space inside your house, then you could consider turning your double garage into a games room, or even converting your loft. However the problem with loft conversions is the floor loading if you are intending to include a pool or a snooker table, plus the problem of getting a pool or snooker table into your loft. It can be done, we have a friend who turned his loft into a music room which included a full size grand piano, but a large crane was needed. Continue Reading →