Home improvements often mean moving things around, which involves measuring to make sure everything fits. You might jot your window or wall measurements on paper when you move into a new space, but if you want to change something later on, you’ll probably have to take the time to measure again. Luckily it’s easy to immortalize your numerical handiwork: just set it and forget it with a label maker. Advertisement The idea came to me after an impromptu trip to IKEA for some knick-knacks that led me to to make a risky decision: I purchased a TV stand without knowing if it would fit. My luck paid off there, but I didn’t make the same gamble on a much-needed pair of blinds because I didn’t know the size of my windows. Label Every Wall You’ve Got To avoid the problem again, I decided to measure twice and label once, putting a sticker on everything with dimensions that I might care about. I proceeded to measure my walls, type out the results, print them out, and stick the labels in inconspicuous locations. My living room wall labels are behind my TV on a corner of floor moulding, with the same label… Read full this story
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