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22 Creatively Genius Ways to Hide Ugly Things in Your Home

These are all a must-try!






Almost everyone in this world wants a house that is both clean and tidy. Who wouldn’t? A well organized home can certainly bring good mood to its occupants. If you are someone who loves a clutter-free environment, seeing a disorganized pile of stuff is quite revolting.

Interestingly, there are things that you can do to keep your home simply organized. These genius tips Elite Readers has gathered can help cut back all the clutter. Whether you want to hide unwanted clothes or keeping electronic gadgets at bay, these genius tips will definitely keep your home neat and tidy!

Check them out below.

#1. Keep your dog’s food and water in a drawer that you can hide anytime you want.

#2. Hiding your AC unit behind a helpful chalk board or a wall hanging.

Remember not to block the airflow.

#3. Run those cords at home with these pretty vine clips.

#4. Hide messy cords using a desk curtain.

#5. But if you have lots of cords, just Bob Marley them.

#6. And while you are at it, create an electronic charging station.

#7. Give your washers and dryers some inspiration using a tape.

#8. Decorate your refrigerator with removable wallpapers.

#9. Install stairs that can also work as drawers.

#10. Hide those routers of yours in pretty boxes.

#11. Hate those eyesore-stuff? Hide them with paintings.

#12. Hang a painting over a TV when it is not in use.

#13. Cover a normal bathtub with imitation stone siding.

#14. Hide your jewelries and other things with a painting.

#15. Tired of those cables and wires? Hide with these picket fences.

#16. Turn those stray wires into adorable electrical towers.

#17. Hide your pet’s bathroom inside a cabinet.

#18. Disguise ugly pipes using pipe rocks.

#19. Use this old book cover to disguise your router.

#20. Worried about those extra spaces under your stairs? Use them as storage.

#21. Stack your books with invisible book shelf.

#22. Keep your guests amazed of the environment with these little decals.

It is not hard to admit that these tips, albeit weird and non-conventional, can do wonders for your home. Let us know which ones you are going to apply at home.

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Mom Shares Brilliant Hack to Avoiding Yelling at Stubborn Toddlers

We all lose our cool sometimes – but this can be very helpful!

Mark Andrew



How do you react when your toddler or preschooler throws a tantrum? Are you usually patient or do you often lose your cool, too? Although the former is the ideal response, let’s face it – it’s generally easier to be impatient, especially if you’ve had a long day and are terribly tired.

One mother, however, claims it is possible to stay tolerant of youngsters’ outburtsts – and she speaks from experience. You see, Shauna Harvey is a mother to a preschool-age kid she describes as “testy” and yet, she has found a brilliant parenting hack she shared on social media.

Like most parents, Shauna Harvey fels she often reaches her limits.

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29 Remarkable Showers You Wish You Could Go Home To Right Now

Shower time will never be the same.




It's easy to come up with design ideas for areas in your home like the bathroom or living room. However, for spaces like the bathroom, it can be a challenge to think of cool designs. Shower time can be a time for you to think and reflect about your life. It would be great to have not only a functional shower but a space where you can have a wonderful and relaxing experience.

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DIY: Paper Flower Bouquets Are Still All the Rage This 2018

Brides and crafters love these long-lasting beauties.




Fresh flowers do liven up a place, but they can be expensive and do not last very long. Today, paper flowers, which only used to be seen in arts and crafts classes, have become a prized item in the homes of avid crafters and in the hands of blooming brides.

But you don't need to be an expert crafter to create paper flower masterpieces. With a few easily sourced materials, a detailed guide, and a bit of patience, you will be able to fill your space with dainty floral paper creations. Below, we share just one of many ways to create paper flowers, courtesy of DIY-Paper Crafts on YouTube.

For this project, you will need colored paper cut into squares (green for the leaves along with other colors you want for the flowers), a pencil or marker, a pair of scissors, glue, and anything round to use as a shape guide.

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