That period of life when what was so relevant isn't as relevant. Lighten Up!
I’ve got valances left over from our former house. Many will serve no purpose in our new place, and I still have to decide to let them go. However, this clever little idea will give me pause to rethink the ones I want to keep, the ones to let go.
I love to travel; however, I do not love the suitcases that go along with traveling. Well, to be truthful, I just don’t have a really good place to store them other than under my bed. But really, that’s as good a place as any right?? The only thing is that everyone and their mamma (and by everyone, I mean my husband who really doesn’t care about this particular dilemma and me) can see those stored suitcases and anything else that might be under the bed.
Now, in a previous post, I mentioned hiding/storing larger items, like luggage, under the bed and hiding it with a bed skirt. However, I am unable to use a bed skirt on my bed (or so I thought) because of the way it is built. So, whatever is under there is in plain sight from the doorway.
A while back I was visiting a friend, and I saw that she had used a…
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