Tuscan Style Decorating For The Kitchen

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You want your furniture to have an old world look. Chunky wood tables with chippy or distressed paint go nice. A distressed wooden cupboard (perhaps with chicken wire doors) can give you some extra storage and add torepparttar look if you haverepparttar 146173 space. Display your majolica or old world pottery behindrepparttar 146174 chicken wire to authenticaterepparttar 146175 look.

Decorating a Tuscan kitchen can be a lot of fun. You can getrepparttar 146176 look with brand new accessories, or if you enjoy collecting antiques, you can scourrepparttar 146177 flea markets and antique malls for those perfect pieces. Either way, you will be creating a kitchen with charm and character.

Lee Dobbins is owner of http://www.a-kitchen-decorating-idea.com where you can find lots of ideas for decorating your kitchen. Find more decorating themes at http://www.a-kitchen-decorating-idea.com/kitchen-decorating-themes.html

Planning An Out Of State Move

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Of course, you will need to find suitable housing inrepparttar new state. You should plan a couple of trips out to look for new houses with realtors. If you are not sure whetherrepparttar 146172 move will be permanent, consider renting a house forrepparttar 146173 first year. That way if you donít want to stay it will be easier to pick up and leave.

Last, but not least, you need to planrepparttar 146174 move itself. Will you be using movers? Will they be packing up all your stuff or will you pack and they just haul it torepparttar 146175 truck? Itís not a bad idea to get organized with a moving checklist. Start your checklist a month or more beforerepparttar 146176 move and keep adding to it as you think of things. Hereís a short list to start you off:

- Buy boxes or rent crates and get packing material - Pack items you do not need for everyday use like knick knacks and decorative items - Arrange for a House inspection (for bothrepparttar 146177 new and old houses) - Gather pay stubs and other records for loan - Arrange for utility shut off / reconnect for phones, lights and gas - Change address on checks and business cards - Finalize with movers - Schedule move out cleaning

Lee Dobbins is a freelance writer for http://www.moving-and-more.com where you can find more articles on moving. Learn more about relocation and salary at http://www.moving-and-more.com/relocationandsalary.html

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