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PRP1023: Features: -Locking doors-Adjustable shelves-Horizontal media storage-Off-set hinge points provide 180 degree movement. Specifications: -Holds 376 CDs, 192 DVDs, 114 videos or 102 Disney videos. Warranty: -5 year manufacturer's limited warranty.
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Includes locking mechanism. Seventeen adjustable and six fixed shelves. Capacity: 702 CDs, 448 DVDs, 658 BluRay discs, 266 VHS cassettes. Offset hinged doors swing open 180 degrees. Sturdy MDF backer. Ships Ready to Assemble, includes an instruction booklet for easy assembly. Warranty: Five years. Made from CARBcompliant, laminated composite woods. Black finish. Made in North America. Small shelf: 9.5 in. W x 5 in. D. Large shelf: 21 in. W x 5 in. D. Overall: 24 in. W x 14.5 in. D x 64 in. H. Give your big collection a secure, out of sight space in your home with the grande storage cabinet. Filling and removing media is equally painless thanks to the horizontal storage. Its a great choice for the ambitious collectors media center.
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It's Christmas Eve and A Joyful Cottage is breaking to celebrate our Savior's birth. I thought this would be a great time to revisit Shabby Chic Retreat, the third post from the Living Large In Small Spaces series. Shabby Chic Retreat remains the most popular post not only in the series (it has received over 106,000 views), but the most popular of all my blog posts ever. To help her visualize the home's interior while it was being built Tonita marked out an 8' x 18' area in her garage with tape. "I cut out cardboard pieces the size of my very tiny bathtub, toilet, bathroom sink, refrigerator, kitchen sink, stove top and counter space," she explains, "and placed them along the floor to mimic the layout of my tiny home. " Tonita stresses the importance of using a standard size front door in a tiny house. "Not so skinny people can feel uncomfortable crunching through some of the tiny front doors used on many tiny homes. This will provide your guests as well as yourself a more comfortable entry into your tiny abode. It will also allow you to move in a table that will seat up to four guests comfortably, that is if you build your home at least eight feet wide by eighteen (ish) feet long. Of course, there is always an option to purchase a table with removable legs or a fold down compact table and chairs in order to move it through a tiny door that is not a standard size. However, with tiny non-standard front doors your furniture options become a bit more limited. " "What I would like to say to people interested in downsizing or shifting to a small or tiny home is this… There are no rules to tiny or small home living. Just because you live in a tiny space you DO NOT have to be a minimalist or get rid of everything you own. I think it is important to fill your space with the things that make your heart sing, and you can have a storage unit or outbuilding to store items and then rotate them in and out with the change of your mind or the seasons. Tonita here. So happy to see your wonderful blog back in action. I have missed reading it. And- I adore your sweet red house. Much has changed since you first posted about my tiny retreat. As you know, I sold my large home in WA, bought a TINY vintage farmhouse online, sight unseen in a place I had never been or heard of. My tiny retreat was towed across America where it is parked on my land near my farmhouse. I'm drawn to tiny spaces and am blessed to have a tiny village here. A vintage glamper, a tiny house on wheels and a bit bigger more comfortable and livable farmhouse. How fun to see the re run post of my menopause cave (tiny retreat). I don't judge people's interior design skills based on their political views. By the same token, I don't judge people's blogs by their religious affiliation, or none at all. I understand if you feel differently and choose to unsubscribe from A Joyful Cottage. I'm sorry to lose you as a reader, but I'll continue to appreciate the beauty and talents of all people and will feature them regardless of their personal views. As I was scrolling down reading and looking at the photos, I had to stop to go and run to see how I could get my little front door entrance chandelier all dolled up like Tonita's. Her tiny house décor is inspiring in me yet again, to play with the two older rooms in our home that have been deemed "mine" since we have the newer two back rooms that are for both of us. What she's done in this tiny space is possible for those... Bravo to Tonita, and thank you Nancy for coming back to Blogland. Happy 2017 my friend. For as long as I can remember I've loved cottages. These cozy places, with abundant flowers and sunshine, give me a sense of peace and contentment. Walking through the front door of a cottage one sees simple, timeless decor: fresh cut flowers in unexpected containers, vintage fabrics, painted furniture and well-worn books. This isn't a home where everything matches and that makes the rooms even more enchanting. They're decidedly and lovingly filled with whatever things bring joy to the inhabitants. Come with me and explore the beauty and simplicity of a cottage life, no matter where you live.
Herbal Vinegar with Basil (basil, red wine vinegar)
Herbal Vinegar with Garlic & Basil (basil, garlic, white wine vinegar)
One Shot Smokin', Huntin' and Fishin' Outdoor Cookin' Sauce! (bourbon, brown sugar, cayenne, celery seed, chilies, mustard, garlic, cumin, liquid smoke flavoring, vegetable oil, peach jam, salt, ketchup, worcestershire sauce)
Grilled Tri-Color Peppers with Whole Wheat Chicken and Prosciutto Ravioli (black pepper, parmesan cheese, olive oil, garlic, kosher salt, bell pepper, red pepper, yellow bell pepper)
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