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House Nerd - Master Bedroom Contemporary Bedroom, Perth

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Photo of a mid-sized contemporary master bedroom in Perth with beige walls and medium hardwood floors. — Houzz

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Leah Temme wrote:
What colour did you use on the walls - love it!
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Twinkle and Whistle added this to 10 Tricks to Make Your Rental Feel Like a Home You Own
You can also opt for a large canvas or mirror to decorate your walls from the floor up. In this bedroom, the mirror is sitting on the floor and against the wall, which adds depth to the room, bounces light around and conceals most of the wall.
Jenny Drew added this to How to Prepare Your House for a Storm
9. Plan for a storm’s impactRemember that an intense storm could render you homeless, so devise a plan for where you’ll go if you need to evacuate, and what you will do with pets. Think about how to communicate with family members should you get separated and/or if phone lines and power are cut. And finally, keep your home and contents insurance up to date, and make sure your policy covers storm damage.
Liz Durnan added this to The Bare Bones: An Honest Look at Life With a Dog
… But they don’t live foreverAs previously stated, it’s true we can become so attached to our beloved pets and many dogs only live to around 12 years of age, though some breeds can live past 15 years. It can be devastating to lose a dog once you’ve come to love them, but weighing it all up, it’s worth it.
Twinkle and Whistle added this to 10 Things to Check Before Signing Up for a New Rental
8. PetsWhile a ‘no pet’ mention often appears on a property listing, it is not always clear whether pets are permitted or not, and to what extent – how many pets you can have and whether they’re allowed inside, for example. Check if additional conditions to the lease would be added, such as a pet bond or pest treatment upon vacating the property. While such conditions are usually regulated and followed by property managers, landlords who self-manage their properties might be a little more ‘creative’ with their requirements.
Pia Sinha added this to Power Play: A Buyer's Guide to Vacuum Cleaners
Remember that stick vacuums will not perform deep carpet cleans as well as a standard vacuum cleaner. Today stick/ handheld vacuums can be found in multiple designs, and the cordless varieties are available with technology such as lithium ion batteries that last considerably longer. Use stick/handheld vacuum cleaners to remove pet hair in hidden corners and to clean upholstery, cupboards, blinds and vents.Take a Vacuuming Masterclass for a Spotless Home
Georgia Madden added this to Pooch Match: How to Choose a Rescue Dog
Tell us Do you have a rescue dog? Tell us about your pet and post a photo in the Comments below. And don’t forget to like, share or bookmark this story. Join the conversation. MoreRead more pet stories

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be there in a minute just taking in the view
Ashling Kwok added this to bathroom bliss-discarded
Refresh beds and carpetsWhile your washing machine is running, sprinkle a little baking soda on your carpet and mattress, and spread it around with a cleaning brush. Let it sit for about an hour, so the baking soda has a chance to absorb the odours.During this time, grab your vacuum cleaner and go over all your floors. Pay special attention to hard-to-reach places such as furniture crevices, under beds and in corners where hair balls tends to gather.

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