Welcome back everyone!  Today we’re talking about another huge trend in home design and that is barn doors inside your home.  As usual, I’ve made a pinterest board for inspiration.  You can check it out here.  You will see from the following pics, that you can use a door of any design, and use it …

Welcome back everyone! Today we’re talking about another huge trend in home design and that is barn doors inside your home. As usual, I’ve made a pinterest board for inspiration. You can check it out here. You will see from the following pics, that you can use a door of any design, and use it …

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Hello, welcome back to another floor plan! This time I have a generous 4 bedroom home to show you. There is lots of love about this home. The storage is great with a perfect walk-in-robe in the master, a huge pantry and a walk-in-linen in the laundry.

Hello, welcome back to another floor plan! This time I have a generous 4 bedroom home to show you. There is lots of love about this home. The storage is great with a perfect walk-in-robe in the master, a huge pantry and a walk-in-linen in the laundry.

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How to etch glass for a door (welcome on back door)
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Another expression which you will learn instantly as it bears a lot of resemblance to how we would use its counterpart in our languages. Tada ima is the shortened form of the expression ただ今帰りました tada ima kaerimashita, were tada ima means ‘I’m home!’ and kaerimashita ‘I have returned.’. Keep in mind that this expression virtually means the same as tada ima. It is just a more formal way of saying ‘I’m home.’ A Japanese parent will often reply by saying お帰りなさい okaerinasai meaning ‘Welcome…

Another expression which you will learn instantly as it bears a lot of resemblance to how we would use its counterpart in our languages. Tada ima is the shortened form of the expression ただ今帰りました tada ima kaerimashita, were tada ima means ‘I’m home!’ and kaerimashita ‘I have returned.’. Keep in mind that this expression virtually means the same as tada ima. It is just a more formal way of saying ‘I’m home.’ A Japanese parent will often reply by saying お帰りなさい okaerinasai meaning ‘Welcome…

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visual blessings: "Love Brings You Home" in my Moleskine Journal
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