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Lower Level Family Room Kitchenette - Great for a tri-level home with family room on lower level.

Lower Level Family Room Kitchenette - Great for a tri-level home with family room on lower level.

Let’s face it – there are just some things in and around our homes that are flat out ugly. No one really wants to look at a yucky trash can (or smell it for that matter), or see the thermostat …

7 DIY Projects To Hide Ugly Items Around Your Home

Let’s face it – there are just some things in and around our homes that are flat out ugly. No one really wants to look at a yucky trash can (or smell it for that matter), or see the thermostat …

After a year-long renovation, Diana moved into this "collected eclectic" style Ann Arbor house.

A New Yorker Transforms an 1890s Michigan House

After a year-long renovation, Diana moved into this "collected eclectic" style Ann Arbor house.

2 burners, and oven and a dish washer drawer, what more could a girl possibly need for her compact life??

2 burners, and oven and a dish washer drawer, what more could a girl possibly need for her compact life??

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Our Remodeled Kitchen Island with Built-in Microwave Shelf

By Yanic Simard, Houzz Contributor  The classic kitchen work triangle organizes foot traffic from the fridge to the sink to the stove, in an a...

Where to Put the Microwave in Your Kitchen

By Yanic Simard, Houzz Contributor The classic kitchen work triangle organizes foot traffic from the fridge to the sink to the stove, in an a...

this one has many extras that take up a lot of space and aren't that useful (Chest) and many of the items are included (chair, built in desk lighting) and some schools limit certain items (fridge, microwave). Check your dorm rules in your student handbook (usually found online) and also talk to previous students that have lived in the housing you'll be in (school facebook pages are the most helpful to find people)

this one has many extras that take up a lot of space and aren't that useful (Chest) and many of the items are included (chair, built in desk lighting) and some schools limit certain items (fridge, microwave). Check your dorm rules in your student handbook (usually found online) and also talk to previous students that have lived in the housing you'll be in (school facebook pages are the most helpful to find people)

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