"Use a twin sheet ( that I found for $2.24 clearance) folded long ways. Sew 5 sections to the size of pillowcases and slipped the pillows in. Leave each 'pillow compartment' end open so the pillows can be removed and the cover can be washed."

"Use a twin sheet ( that I found for $2.24 clearance) folded long ways. Sew 5 sections to the size of pillowcases and slipped the pillows in. Leave each 'pillow compartment' end open so the pillows can be removed and the cover can be washed."

We could totally do this under the stairs in the dining room. Instead of a wet bar, just a built-in china cabinet. How have I not thought of this before!

We could totally do this under the stairs in the dining room. Instead of a wet bar, just a built-in china cabinet. How have I not thought of this before!

This is a crazy beautiful composition with the chalkboard backdrop and complementary bin pulls. For my purposes, I'm admiring the styling on the countertop -- can imagine camouflaging the existence of my weird upright piano in the dining room by topping it with covered cake stands and other desserts, along with a vase of tall cherry blossoms, when using the room for dining.

This is a crazy beautiful composition with the chalkboard backdrop and complementary bin pulls. For my purposes, I'm admiring the styling on the countertop -- can imagine camouflaging the existence of my weird upright piano in the dining room by topping it with covered cake stands and other desserts, along with a vase of tall cherry blossoms, when using the room for dining.

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