Roll Your Duvet and Insert for Quick Assembly

duvet roll

The thought of assembling a duvet can be daunting. Try this hack for a quicker method. Lay the duvet inside out with the opening at the foot of the bed. Spread the comforter or insert overtop of the duvet so that the edges line up. Next, roll up the duvet and comforter starting at the head of the bed and rolling it into one long roll at the foot of the bed. Slide your hand into the opening of the duvet and flip it over one end of the roll so that the right side of the duvet is in view. Do the same on the other side and in the middle. Now simply unroll the duvet and comforter back up to the head of the bed.

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Create Fuller Pillows With Oversized Inserts

oversize pillow insert

If you want to achieve that full, overstuffed look when it comes to your pillows try using a pillow insert one size larger than the pillow case.

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Inexpensive Eucalyptus Centerpiece

inexpensive eucalyptus centerpiece

Fresh, beautiful centerpieces can be costly. Save money without sacrificing the impact by using greenery such as eucalyptus. Not only will the eucalyptus add a wonderful aroma to the room but the cuttings will last approximately 2-3 weeks when watered appropriately. When the centerpiece is no longer needed hang the eucalyptus to dry for continued decor options.

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Prevent Feathers From Escaping Your Pillow

pillowcase thread count

Feather and down pillows can often leave behind unwanted feathers. One way of keeping the feathers from escaping is by using a pillowcase that has a higher thread count than the pillow insert. The feathers will have a tougher time wiggling out of the insert.

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DIY Christmas String Lights Organizer

diy christmas string lights organizer

Storing Christmas lights and other holiday string lights can be challenging. This season try a DIY organizing hack by wrapping your Christmas lights around a clothes hanger to prevent them from tangling. Next season you will have neat and organized string lights without the tangles and the mess.

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Simple Holiday String Light Organizer

plastic bag string light storage

Make Christmas string lights or other holiday string lights easy to locate when it’s time to put up your tree by storing them in plastic freezer bags. Go one step further and label the bag with a permanent marker to help identify the specific area you used the lights last year. Your string lights will stay protected from moisture and they will remain tangle free until you’re ready to use them again.

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