Not Martha

links: the home

Soften Sheets with Baking Soda at Re-Nest

What should a homeowner know about electricity in the home? at Ask Metafilter

wall graphics from harmonie interieure at Swiss Miss

Plantorb by Perch at Charles & Marie. Oh how I wish I didn’t know I would break this.

I can’t stop thinking about fridges and winter. Would it save much energy to freeze gallon containers of water outdoors and put those in the fridge now and then? at Ask Metafilter

What’s the secret handshake that gets me access to the interesting/unusual materials that designers and contractors can get ahold of? at Ask Metafilter

a siljan shoe rack for narrow places at Ikea Hacker

Help! Where can I find modern lampshade frames? at Shelterrific

Do you have a household emergency plan? at Shelterrific. I, too, have been watching too much Jericho and it’s making me want to stockpile cans of beans.

How can I make my “welcome mats” unwelcoming to cats? at Ask Metafilter. We finally made our front landscaping beds unattractive to the neighborhood cats (layer of chicken wire, landscaping fabric, then lots of big bark chips), but now we hope to discourage them from lounging on our front porch.

What do we ask a contractor and how do we ask it? at Ask Metafilter

Bathroom Renovation Filter: DIY vs. Contractor at Ask Metafilter

Bathtub faucets: Not so complicated! at The Shelter Life

Miraentuinterior, large wall murals. I love the boat. I lost my reference link for this one, sorry.

Putting Together an IKEA Kitchen at AT. I like the wall of wine bottles.

jazz up your bed frame with digital print at Ikea Hacker

Danny Seo’s DIY Wood Veneer Table at Re-Nest

Fiction Mirrors by Jean-Marie Massaud at AT. So cool.

· comments [2] · 03-12-2008 · categories:the home ·

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  • 1 janna // Mar 17, 2008 at 9:02 pm

    There’s no such thing as too much Jericho. :)

  • 2 404 Not Found // Apr 20, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    [...] Not Martha linked to Shelterrific’s post about emergency preparedness and it got me thinking. I used to feel like the most prepared person on the block, but years of weeding thru old Y2K food stashes and general trash-flinging binges have me worried. Never fear – the internet is here. Of course the Red Cross is our friend and has a checklist page as well as a lengthy PDF with all we need to know. Or is it, what about Vegans. Or a minimalist. Or our fluffy friends. And here is the grand-daddy list of lists – even one for SAS. [...]

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