Questions about: bedroom

So based on advice from ratchetfreak in comments I took his advice and went with the 'corridor' effect on the 37" wall (pic below). As the room has two doors it gave me an interesting perspective on what the 'walking into the room' vibe was. For door
1 Shop for an air conditioner in the cooler months. Many brands are more likely to be on sale and in stock. 2 Decide between a window, portable or wall air conditioning unit
I'm not sure how many outlets can be put onto a single 15 AMP circuit. That would vary from community to community (for unincorporated areas, county to county). I know in most communities of NW Indiana, washer & gas dryers must on their own 20AMP
We tend to think of air pollution as something outside -- smog, ozone, or haze hanging in the air, especially in summer. But the truth is, the air inside homes, offices, and other buildings can be more polluted than the air outside. The air inside yo
And too much of a heat buildup could result in shorter bulb life and even risk of fire, especially in a fixture in which the bulbs are fully enclosed. While lighting has traditionally been sold by wattage, what you are really buying is the amount of
My last bedroom has three outlets, and are all showing "OPEN GROUND" from my tester. The third one is adjacent to the other bedroom, and that outlet is also showing "OPEN GROUND". The others in that room are fine
I recently installed a new ceiling fan in my bedroom . A Case Endeavor fan. It wobbles a little bit, really a 'little' (maybe it is me) so I've been attempting to balance it
Originally posted by: gotsmackTry it and you'll see. I don't have a very scientific explination but I'll give you a crude explination of how I think it works. when 1 mattress is on top of the normal bottom piece that is the size of the mattress but i
You'll probably be better off buying another box spring, cost and usability, around me I can pick up a full size box spring for ~$30 new while plywood is running $20-30 depending on thickness. The box spring is supposed to be, well springy to some ex
We use a set of those lifters you linked for our king-size bed. They work great. I would NOT use milk crates, as their open frame isn't designed for point-weight support like a bed frame foot