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kitchen window covering ideas
    window covering
  • a device that is pulled down to shut out the light from a window
  • Window coverings are material used to cover a window to manage sunlight, to provide additional weatherproofing, to ensure privacy or for purely decorative purposes.
  • any decorative application to a window frame or pane of glass including blinds , cornices , draperies , window film , etc.
    kitchen
  • A room or area where food is prepared and cooked
  • a room equipped for preparing meals
  • The Custard Factory is an arts and media production centre in Birmingham, England .
  • A set of fixtures, cabinets, and appliances that are sold together and installed in such a room or area
  • Cuisine
  • A kitchen is a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation.
    ideas
  • (idea) the content of cognition; the main thing you are thinking about; "it was not a good idea"; "the thought never entered my mind"
  • An opinion or belief
  • (idea) a personal view; "he has an idea that we don't like him"
  • A thought or suggestion as to a possible course of action
  • A concept or mental impression
  • (idea) mind: your intention; what you intend to do; "he had in mind to see his old teacher"; "the idea of the game is to capture all the pieces"
kitchen window covering ideas - Cocker Spaniel
Cocker Spaniel One-Way Vision Window Covering Pet Tatz
Cocker Spaniel One-Way Vision Window Covering Pet Tatz
These one-way vision window film graphics are easy to apply and can be placed on ANY piece of Glass. Cars, Trucks, dorm rooms, businesses, homes, you name it. These are not stickers or window clings. Features: * Fits ALL Vehicles on the road & any glass surface * One-Way Vision Technology (You can see out, but they can't see in.) * Increased Privacy * Professional Grade Material * Personalizes your vehicle * Quick & Easy Installation - pressure sensitive adhesive allows dry application. * No messy water needed, yet car wash safe * 2 year manufacturer warranty against fading, cracking, and peeling

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349. Help in an oil clean up
349. Help in an oil clean up
Well I spent the last two days at Ryans. He came and got me fairly early on Sunday and we drove forever! trying to find this place to go swimming. I guess the Cowographers go there every year and we were meeting them there, it was a pretty ride. We got there after a couple hours in the car and oh my goodness was it worth the numb butt! We went to Krause Springs in Spicewood. The whole place was just gorgeous, the trees were huge and amazing and the water was perfect, there were water falls and lots of places to explore. And I caught a lizard, by its tail, and it was awesome until it detached its tail and Ryan tried to touch me with it and it was seriously creepy lol. And ofcourse it was nice hanging out with all of them. We were there a couple hours before hunger won and we left and went to Dominos. Kenzie rode with us so afterwards we sat at her house for a bit. Ryan played with his whip and Crystal and I watched and talked. It was so nice to just sit outside. Ryan tried teaching me how to crack the whip but it made me scared so I didnt really do well lol. The next day we basically just hung out. It was an alright day. I started sewing my costume pants, Ryan and I started playing Dungeon Seige 3 (I like it so far), I put out the trap for the mouse (which I totally saw this morning and its cute!!). At about 10 Ryans room mate asked him to go to the ER with him so Jefferson (one of Stephanies friends) and I ended up talking for quite awhile. It was cool lol hes pretty rad, I like how he says "solid" and "I can dig it" lol. He made me want to play D&D though cause we were talking about it and sharing some stories. Then Jo came home and her and Jefferson went to bring the guys at the ER something to drink. Then Bryan came home and it really started to get late. I tried to go to bed, I really did, but it didnt really work. I finally fell asleep around 2 or 3 but I woke up at like 5:30 and Ryan still wasnt back so I texted him and ended up not getting back to sleep til 6 and woke up an hour later and shortly after asked Jo to take me to work. Ryan showed up shortly before I left, they spent 10 hours at the ER!!! Ridiculous huh?! I felt so bad for them. I was pretty tired too and it took all I had in me to not just call in and go lay down next to my exhausted boyfriend lol. But I made it through the day, it was sooooo boring. I worked 9-5 and barely anything happened and I was alone until 3. I talked to Raul a bit and ate lunch, even tho I wasnt hungry lol. My bunnies are still at Ryans.. its weird lol. I need something to do. Im so bored and so tired and its just too early. I work 4-9 tomorrow, Im more ok with those hours but not ok with the lack of hours! I might sew some more tonight, who knows. I need a new book but I have no idea what to read. Im so not looking forward to 5 days in a row of work but Im enjoying this whole 2 days in a row off thing, I just wish I could get a Friday and Saturday lol. Sticky note. I always see those picture and the things on TV, I know you do too, and I know its suppose to look devasting and its suppose to pull on your heart strings, and it sure does. I would just like to be involved in helping, and plus for some reason the little ducks and otters covered in oil look so cute!!! I actually like this picture, the way the lighting came out just made me happy. I want to do a photoshoot, I miss taking pictures.
THe Gamble Room - Victoria And Albert Museum
THe Gamble Room - Victoria And Albert Museum
The Gamble Room was the original Refreshment Room. It would have been the visitor's first view of the Museum's interior. The main doors to this room were immediately opposite the main entrance of the Museum. Henry Cole's concept of a museum having restaurant was completely new. In the Gamble Room the ornamental metal gratings within the ceiling which took away the heat and fumes from the open gas jets can still be seen. The ventilation grilles in the ceiling of the Gamble Room are surrounded by enormously heavy and ornate enamelled iron plates. Cole is thought to have got the idea from the enamelled name plates on railway stations. Here, with the ceramic tiled walls and columns, they were a hygienic, washable covering for an eating place and also formed a fireproof cell within the museum. The Victorians were rightly conscious about the dangers of fire. South Kensington was still a very rural part of London in the 1860's and it would have taken horse-drawn fire engines a long time to reach the meaum if there happend to be a fire. Another safety precaution was for food for this main refreshment room was prepared in kitchens outside of the main building. The windows are full of Victorian maxims and mottoes about the joys of eating and drinking, such as such as 'Hunger is the best sauce' and 'A good cup makes all young'. The frieze with its inscription from Ecclesiastes II, 24 reads 'There is nothing better for a man than that he should eat and drink, and make his soul enjoy the good of his labour - XYZ.'

kitchen window covering ideas
kitchen window covering ideas
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