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nook before The Challenge The Problem Area A random square ..... comfortable enclave for reading before bed. reading nook The Possibilities Sohal, 32, has long harbored hopes of transforming the nook into a reading area with comfy cushions for her two boys
Have an empty spot in your home? With a few simple items, you can build a reading nook that anyone can enjoy.
When she started renovating her own kitchen, organizer Julie Morgenstern began by asking questions and following guidelines.
A fascinating biography of the charismatic military leader who sparked a revolution - written by the former nook review editor of The Washington Post, herself half Peruvian.
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you losing sleep under large picture windows? Can't decide what color to paint a "great" room? Do you have a neglected nook that's just wasted space? Never fear—Nate's here! Tips to Tackle Your Problem Area Need a creative window treatment
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compact workspace for sorting mail and using the computer. See how Peter transformed the vanity bedroom nook The Messy, Forgotten Bedroom Nook The Problem Area A random square of extra space lurking at the back of a child's room, attracting toys
bottles while you're on the road. The problem? The trash rarely gets emptied, until it's overfull. Or stinky. That trash nook doesn't have to be reinvented; just streamlined. An empty cleaning-wipes tube can be filled with plastic grocery bags so
the Scene with a 5-Minute DIY "A centerpiece—whether it's on your coffee table, dining room table or in a breakfast nook —is an easy way to make a big impact. I like cutting apart grapevine wreaths and placing them around a tall candle in a large