I went to the Ikea near me 2 weeks ago in College Park, MD, (suburb of DC) and they had a couple of bolts of last year's fabric christmas tree (you need 2 yards, so about $15) and they also have a new option that is ready-to-hang on a curtain rod (http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/10254435/) for about $13. However, I wasn't able to find the new one in the store (but I didn't look very hard and really wanted last year's version anyways), but looking on Ikea's website, it says it's in stock there.
O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree!
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|11/22/13 08:18 AM|
I'm no expert, but, to me, the way the pattern repeats on the top makes me suspect it's veneer.
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|9/20/13 07:52 AM|
The problem with open and overly-large showers is they are so cold. My mother's last apartment had a large (5x5?) foot shower with door and it was so large, it was hard to get warm in there - you had to constantly run the shower to generate enough steam to keep it tolerable. For me, a smaller shower (around 3x3) with a door is the way to go. And better for the environment.
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|7/24/13 07:42 AM|