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the design abode: flexible apartment

the apartment in singapore explores flexible spatial solutions for living in small spaces using only 60 sqm of space.

Another way to “build in” your freestanding refrigerator is to actually build it into the wall, rather than cabinets. If your kitchen plan w...

Kitchen Backsplash - traditional - Kitchen - Philadelphia - Buckminster Green LLC Tile behind oven, space above refrigerator

Gypsum Wall Unit - For More Pictures click on Picture

Gypsum Wall Unit - For More Pictures click on Picture

Wooden Rug | By Ruckstuhl

Wooden Rug | By Ruckstuhl

Legno-Legno by Ruckstuhl is a wooden rug collection! The pure wooden carpets can still be rolled up - resulting in completely new possibilities of floor design, extending the boundaries of the traditional rug.

How to Wire a Finished Garage | The Family Handyman

How to Wire a Finished Garage

How to Wire a Finished Garage - Using PVC conduit and metal surface-mount electrical boxes, we’ll show you how to connect additional outlets to an existing garage outlet and how to add bright, energy- (Cool Kitchen Electrical Outlets)

Pet Patio with K9Grass

dog run with potty area add a small fence to keep them out off the pool area

HMI Definition from PC Magazine Encyclopedia - Human Machine Interface - via pcmag.com

PC Magazine Tech Encyclopedia Index - Definitions on common technical and computer related terms.

Septic Tank Tip  An inexpensive way to keep your septic system working properly, is to take one packet of dry yeast and a box of brown sugar and pour this down your toilet about every 3-4 months. I learned about this many years ago, and during the 12 years I’d been doing this, I never had a problem with the septic system.    Seems the yeast and brown sugar put beneficial bacteria back into your system, that may have been diminished through the use of chemical cleaners & etc.

Septic Tank Tip An inexpensive way to keep your septic system working properly, is to take one packet of dry yeast and a box of brown sugar and pour this down your toilet about every months. (Our new house has a septic system )

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