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Etched Mirror Project

Posted by on Dec 14, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Etched Mirror Project

This is a little weekend project I thought I’d share with you! Buy a mirror.  Put a design on it.  Paint over the whole thing with etching paint.  Peel off contact paper.  VOILA! First I started with a few thrift-store frames.  I love thrift-store frames.  These are actually nicer frames but usually I find some pretty ugly ones and magically turn them fabulous with just a coat of spray paint.  It’s so easy! I decided to use frosted glass spray paint for that etched look on my mirror.  I printed out a pattern and cut out...

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Small-Space Secret: A Great Big Mirror

Posted by on Oct 10, 2012 in Blog, Mirrors | 0 comments

Small-Space Secret: A Great Big Mirror

An oversized mirror makes a small room feel much larger. Mirrors in home decor, especially oversized mirrors, are assets when positioned to accentuate your home’s best features. Framed or unframed, mounted or free-standing, mirrors are hardworking and can double your decorating dollar.  You may live in only 500 square feet, but the right mirror can make it appear much larger. When installing an oversized mirror, be mindful of what it will reflect.  In this dining room, the mirror shows a lovely reflection of not only the crystal...

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Home Gym Mirrors

Posted by on Mar 21, 2014 in Home Gym Mirrors, Mirrors | 0 comments

Home Gym Mirrors

Pump Up Your Home Gym With Mirrors! Peeling gray walls not inspiring your workouts? Exercise your right to a motivating space with these stylish mirrored wall ideas!  Creates a unique space that you will enjoy from any angle and add some pizzazz to your workouts. Your gym will feel inviting, and you’ll be able to focus on your workout. We can all benefit from regular exercise. Even if you’re fortunate enough to have a gym in your home, getting motivated to work out can still be a challenge.   Your fitness area shouldn’t...

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Desk Top Glass

Posted by on Mar 20, 2014 in Desk Top Glass, Glass, Tabletop Glass | 0 comments

Desk Top Glass

Your Office Try creating an Office Nook… You work from home but you really work from your bed, crammed space near your closet, in front of your TV or some other place that I would definitely not deem the “workspace.” The key to working from home is to carve out a space outside of your bedroom that is ONLY for your work. Now, what if you don’t have a lot of room? Why We love it: Create a workspace out of what was just a window Have a view that’s better than your TV or closet Increase your productivity and creativity with a...

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How to Clean Window Screens the Easy Way

Posted by on Jul 1, 2013 in Cleaning Solutions, How To Guides, How-To/Solutions, Screens | 0 comments

How to Clean Window Screens the Easy Way

Cleaning your screens is one of those tasks that should be done whether you feel like it or not.  Putting it off only makes it harder to get them sparkling clean later on.  There is no reason to waste energy dreading the task.  Simply remove the screens and let your garden hose do the dirty work.   Window screens are wonderful because they allow you to have fresh air and sunlight without the annoyance of insects and other unwanted visitors in your home. Dirty screens become weak and damage easily. It’s always cheaper to clean your...

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Dress Up Your Desktop

Posted by on Sep 4, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Dress Up Your Desktop

Dress up your desktop with wallpaper under glass. Add gorgeous wallpaper to your desktop for a punch of color in your workspace. Just cut it to size, tape it down to your desk at the corners, then top it off with a piece of glass. Voila! Now you have instant personality for an otherwise drab teched-out workspace....

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Home Ideas

Posted by on Jul 24, 2012 in Blog, Mirrors | 0 comments

Home Ideas

No window?  Try a mirror collage! It totally opens up the...

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A-Maz Water Stain Remover

Posted by on May 8, 2012 in Cleaning Solutions, How-To/Solutions | 0 comments

A-Maz Water Stain Remover

Water Stain Remover A-MAZ Water Stain Remover is a deep cleaner that penetrates the surface material, removing all excess unwanted stains, restoring the glass, metal, or porcelain back to the original quality (the Water Stain Remover will not repair glass or reverse “etching” which is permanent damage to the glass.) Because A-MAZ is manufactured as a paste, as opposed to a liquid or a cream, it is able to deep clean with excellent results to make surfaces look brand new again. You’ll watch oxidation, black streak, bluing,...

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Controlling Condensation

Posted by on May 8, 2012 in How To Guides, How-To/Solutions | 0 comments

Controlling Condensation

    Controlling Condensation Ways To Reduce Household Humidity Levels:   Shut off all household humidifier units (including the furnace humidifier). Ventilate regularly. Air out the entire house for a few minutes each day. Ventilate kitchen, laundry and bathrooms during use. Run exhaust fans longer and more often. Open the fireplace damper. Be sure attic and basement crawl space louvers are large enough and open. Add a basement dehumidifier. Adequately vent humidity producers such as clothes dryers and all gas...

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Fogging Between The Panes In Your Window

Posted by on May 5, 2012 in How To Guides, Remove Fog From Your Windows | 0 comments

Fogging Between The Panes In Your Window

Fogging between the panes in your window. Dual-pane windows are common in houses and offices because of their improved insulation. They work by having two panes of glass separated by about a half-inch of space between the two panes, with the trapped air acting as an additional insulator. If the seal on any of the panes of glass fails, fog can build up between the windows, caused by the moist air. While normal fog moisture can be wiped off the surface, getting rid of fog within the windows requires some additional...

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