Beautiful alone, and even better in a pair, the nightstand is the most graceful way to flank the sides your child’s crib, and eventually their toddler bed and full size bed. Each nightstand includes two roomy drawers, designed to keep nursery essentials neatly tucked away. As your child grows, the nightstand is the perfect place to store his or her favorite books and miscellaneous objects within arm’s reach.
- 2 spacious drawers with all wood hand turned pull knobs for all your clothing and storage needs
- Drawers are constructed with sturdy and durable English dovetail joints.
- Anti-Tilt kit included for additional safety
- Tested and certified to CPSIA and ASTM F2057; Meets all ASTM and CPSC standards
- Sturdy construction of the finest wood, wood veneers and composites.
Home Improvement Tips For The Not So Handy Person
It can be fun to work on home improvements with someone you love. Spend a weekend making improvements to feel accomplished. Do the math to figure out how much money you can save by doing home improvement projects yourself. This article will give you some advice on how you can plan things out so that your supplies can be found quickly so you can start.
It can be very expensive to purchase new furniture. Add some spice to your home by buying vintage furniture. You may find some real hidden treasures among used things, such as furniture. You might have to touch them up, but they could be a great addition to your home.
Remember your environment whenever you are making improvements to your home. It might not make any sense to put a pool in Alaska, etc. Cater to what is desired, and do not try to go beyond the means of what the climate calls for.
Putting in insulation in your attic can reduce heating costs when it’s cold. If the insulation of your attic is not good, you might be losing a lot of heat in the winter. The insulation can be purchased at any hardware store and is relatively easy to install.
If you have a handyman working for you, get your contract in writing. A written contract keeps both sides honest and protects you, the homeowner, from exploitation. If you don’t have one, you may spend a lot more than you intended or not get the work that you were expecting.
With your well-considered plan in hand, you will be able to get going with confidence. As long as you are doing this together the results will be fun and you will be able to enjoy the improvements together. You will enjoy reflecting upon your work as well as enjoying the cost savings.