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Display Name: rory
Member Since: 5/29/13

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Lovely home. Did your dad make the tables? I love the coffee table.


Graylin's Craftsman Influenced Bungalow House Call
7/18/14 08:05 AM

I love your home. You did a great job of mixing new furniture, vintage finds and antiques.


Kelly's Luminous Tree House House Tour
6/25/14 06:59 AM

I use my ipod to play Youtube videos of Broadway musicals or movie musicals like Chicago and Les Miserable and sing along or conduct. My favorites are the Oscar performance of Les Miserable with Hugh Jackman and All That Jazz with Catherine Zeta Jones.


12 Things You Only Do at Home When Alone
6/23/14 10:04 PM

Your address and apartment number are on the blueprint. You might want to take that off.


Tammy's Luxurious Little Space Small Cool Contest
5/31/14 09:43 AM

I love looking at the small cool homes. I live in a 710 sq. foot cottage and love seeing how others make it work in even smaller spaces. It inspires me!


Enter Now: The 10th Annual Small Cool Contest!
5/16/14 06:17 PM

I pay someone to cut the grass. I love tending to my flower garden but I hate cutting the grass. I pay someone to come in twice a month to mow and edge.


Tell Us: What Do You Splurge on Even When You're Scrimping?
5/13/14 04:40 PM

None of these couches look like you could sink into them on a rainy day and read for hours. They don't look that comfortable.


Best Bargain Buys: 10 Stylish Sofas Under $1000
5/12/14 06:37 PM

I have been wondering when it was going to take place. I love the small cool contest.


Psst...Small Cool is Coming This Week!
5/12/14 04:49 PM

If you have a white spot from a drink that has been placed on wood without a coaster, rub a little mayo on it. Sounds strange but it works. If you want to blend the scratches into the overall finish, get a bottle of Old English Scratch cover for dark wood.It will help blend any of the lighter spots into the finish and make them less visible. Rub a little bit on a cotton ball or a q tip and go over the scratch. Use this stuff sparingly because it does stain everything it comes in contact with. I would go over the area with a paper towel to absorb any extra.. I would then polish it with lemon oil or Method's Good for Wood polish with almond oil.


Tips for Touching Up Original Wood Stain? Good Questions
8/5/13 07:43 AM