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Treehouse ideas will fill the minds of many families with kids or even when babies are still on their way. It’s a tradition and part of many childhood memories. There are lots of treehouse ideas you can choose from. To help you out, we’ve rounded up some amazing ideas and design tips!
Planning and Designing your Tiny House | Looking at tiny house plans and designs probably give you the idea of how living small can be possible. This is where you get started with building a tiny home. You imagine it, consider your options, and start planning. This is an important step that will help you avoid regrets and unnecessary expenses later on.
How to Build a Tiny House on Your Own | We now come to the final part which is flooring! This is to cover the subfloor with any materials ranging from wood, vinyl, or tiles. Pre-finished wooden floors come highly recommended. You are now ready to furnish your tiny home as you see fit and move in!
Amazing Uses For Glycerin | Helps To Improve Dry, Flaky Skin | Glycerin helps to form a barrier on the skin which helps to lock in moisture. It also helps to keep toxins from entering the skin. The combination of the two helps to greatly reduce inflammation associated with certain skin conditions.
9 Uses That Will Surely Amaze You | What is glycerin exactly? It is a liquid, organic compound made of hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen. It’s thick, odorless, and colorless and is used in a wide range of beauty products such as moisturizers, soaps, and more. Glycerin is also used in the printing industry, in pharmaceuticals, and in food as a sweetening agent.
Rustic Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table | Isn’t it always better when you can find a way to repurpose something instead having to throw it away? We love this pallet coffee table that is made using only three wood pallets. The unique design of this table is sure to be a conversation piece.
A rag rug is made out of your leftover fabric scraps, or old tarnished clothes and rags! It’s a great and fun way to recycle and repurpose. You’ll fall in love with this old homesteading tradition. I know I have! That’s why I’m sharing it with all of you so you can have fun while keeping your doorstep clean at all times!