This cat-approved guest bedroom submitted by HGTV fan susiehomemaker is filled with shabby chic finds from consignment stores and the Internet. The cottage-style bedroom incorporates blue and white floral linens and a charming gallery wall of plates.
Hexagon pieces create a colorful and fun personalized bulletin board to display photos and jewelry over this dorm room bed. The coral tones compliment the coral in the turquoise cat patterned comforter. Colorful, patterned throw pillows finish the fun, multicolor design.
Painted cork boards compliment the dorm room color scheme and create an artistic display over the bed wall. A mix of patterned throw pillows and a turquoise and coral duvet cover keep with the colorful style.
Simplicity and peace are the order of the day in this master bedroom that gets full advantage of sunrise views. Furnishings are neutral and cater to the senses: a plush rug, upholstered bed, furry, fringed throw.
You may not think of a chipmunk as a pest, but when it starts digging under shrubs or patios, your view may change. Chipmunks actually cause the costliest damage to established landscapes, unseating retaining walls, destabilizing walkways and even killing mature roses or shrubs (by digging directly under the trunk). Once chipmunks dig tunnels, other critters arrive to set up housekeeping in those tunnels, including voles, shrews and snakes. Chipmunks visit gardens with bird feeders and other ready sources of food or water. An outdoor cat or dog can help keep these critters at bay, as can garlic oil pegs you toss into tunnels or various repellents you sprinkle onto flower beds or near tunnel openings.