- Sep 12, 2009
That sounds like our situation. I've used those stackable clear shoe boxes and wire shelves to help out with the extra bathroom things but with seven of us, it still can get messy.We had all gotten new towels except him, so now we're set. Perfect timing because my linen closet is a mess. One of those shelves is where we also keep extra bathroom stuff and i can't find squat, so I might even do that today to get it out of the way.
Can you buy both sets and mix them? For instance, you would have a plaid fitted sheet with a grey top sheet and vice versa. I have done that before and it helps me.Not sure how I feel about the grey and cream together, but the other ones were just a flat cold grey. Have you all seen it?
Just throwing out a thought - If do have the drywall guy do the work before Christmas, you may want to find a spot that won't be torn apart and make it relaxation zone for yourself. I used my bedroom as the place that I could retreat to with a candle, a book, a cup of tea and some pillows.Found a new drywall guy who is coming to give me a bid next week. Now I'm going to have to decide how much I'm going to do during the season. I do not want to get the house torn apart or get myself stressed out.
Well that is just brilliant! That WOULD help! Will have to think if I need 2 sets but if I buy them separately I'm absolutely going to do that! Much less busy! And good point on the finding quiet space during the construction. I'm already thinking about that. Have decided I'm going to have the sheetrock done in sections, moving much of it to the Spring if I can, because otherwise this is going to be a complete mess. We'll see what he says.Can you buy both sets and mix them? For instance, you would have a plaid fitted sheet with a grey top sheet and vice versa. I have done that before and it helps me.