18 Secret Storage Spaces Hiding in Your Home

If you live in a small space, tiny home hacks are your best friends. Anyone can save room by

hanging bath towels on a wine rack

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. But even with all these tips and tricks, there never seems to be enough room for all our stuff.

Instead of squeezing, stuffing and stacking your things into place, why not hide your clutter in plain sight? From trap doors to invisible drawers, these 18 secret

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Gael Monfils Get Unofficial Towel During Rafa Nadal Match ...
From the exact order he towels himself down after each point to how his water bottles are placed on the sidelines, Rafael Nadal is famous for his rituals on the tennis court.But it was his French opponent Gael Monfils who drew attention on Monday night with a bizarre display of his own.After going to a quick break of serve down at 2-0 in the first set, Monfils made his way over to the umpire's chair where he requested a new set of towels.Not just any towels, however, he requested a set of non-regulation white bath towels, and asked the ball boy to have them ready by the end of the next service game.It is not clear why Monfils had a problem with the game towels, though 7 commentator Lleyton Hewitt suggested several possibly explanations.'Sometimes players prefer to use the white towel when they're out there,' he said.'Sometimes the fluff from the new tournament towels comes off.'Jim Courier added that the tournament towels often do not absorb sweat very well, which makes sense, considering the high humidity in Melbourne at the time.Temperatures had reached 36C in the city during the day, but as night fell and rain was forecast, humidity jumped above 80 per cent.The rain threat also forced tournament bosses to close the roof, further upping the temperature inside the arena.Monfils was not the only one suffering in the heat - Nadal was also dripping with sweat from the first game on, with Twitter users describing him as 'leaking like a tap.'In fact the sweat issue became so bad at one point that one of the ball boys had to towel it off the line close to where he was serving.To the Spaniard's credit, he did acknowledge the volunteer's effort, patting them on the back as they completed the thankless task.Monfils also received his request of white bath towels, but they did not appear to help him, as he lost the first set 6-3, having failed to recover from the early break.The second set went the same way, with Nadal triumphing 6-3, before a comeback by Monfils in the third, which went to him 6-4.He also threatened to take the fourth, breaking Nadal earlier on, but the former world number one battled back to claim it 6-4.Nadal will now play No. 3 seed Milos Raonic, who he lost to in Brisbane earlier this month, in the quarterfinal.
Packing List for Travel with Kids
Packing List for Travel with Kids
A good packing list can mean the difference between a relaxed family vacation and a stressful one. If you have traveled with kids before, then you probably understand the importance of packing carefully. Even if you are only embarking on an overnight trip, taking the time to bring anything your children might need will allow you to avoid last minute shopping trips in unfamiliar locations and spend more time enjoying being with your family.Bring durable, stain-resistant clothing that's easy to clean. Frommer's recommends avoiding light-colored fabric, which can easily be stained, and packing lots of denim, which can be spot-cleaned. It also recommend packing lighter to leave room for souvenirs for your children. Don't forget bibs, a diaper kit and baby bath towels for young ones, and swimsuits and beach towels for all your kids.Pack all the health supplies your kids will need. Bring prescriptions, vitamins, pain killers and a first aid kit to treat minor scrapes. Pack over-the-counter medicine for colds and fevers, as well as allergy pills. That way, you will be prepared in case your children come down with a minor illness.Packing enough food for your kids will make things easier for both you and them. Bring sandwiches, bagged carrots and celery sticks, snacks and juice boxes, along with baby food for the younger ones. Bring a durable canteen or water bottle, especially if you are going somewhere hot.Bring a variety of entertainment for the kids. If your children have favorite books, bring one for each child. Puzzle books, crayons, paper and other portable art supplies such as pipe cleaners are also a good diversion, particularly for younger kids. A pack of cards or some travel games can keep both adults and children entertained. For older kids, pack an MP3 player or portable game system.Bring equipment for any recreational activities your children will enjoy on the trip. For a beach vacation, bring a Frisbee, beach ball or portable badminton set and inner tubes or water wings. For a hiking trip, bring hiking shoes for the kids and binoculars to enjoy the wildlife. No matter where you are going, bring a camera. If your kids like taking pictures too, buy them disposable cameras. That way, if the cameras get lost or broken, it won't be too big a deal.Isaiah David is a freelance writer and musician living in Portland, Ore. He has over five years experience as a professional writer and has been published on various online outlets. He holds a degree in creative writing from the University of Michigan.
Maxwell: Front-load Washing Unit Passes Test
Maxwell: Front-load Washing Unit Passes Test
What makes more sense, to keep your old appliances going, or replace them with new and supposedly more efficient ones? The correct answer depends on many things. The most important of these is the truth behind efficiency claims offered by manufacturers. Front-loading washers come immediately to mind. Do they really use so much less water than top loaders? Do the accompanying dryers actually consume less electricity? And what about those disturbing reports describing front loading washers that vibrate across the floor during spin cycles, or take forever and ever to complete a wash? To answer these questions, I analyzed a Whirlpool Duet washer and dryer, comparing them side by side with the good old Maytag top loader and Hot Point dryer we've been using for almost 20 years. I applied the same kind of measured testing procedures I might use to assess power tools and the results proved surprising in several ways. When it comes to home appliance use, I'm of two minds. On the one hand, I love to keep appliances going as long as possible. And with a little care, that can be a very long time indeed. My wife laments the fact that I'm handy enough at appliance repair that we never get new equipment just because the old ones break. Our washer has completed an estimated 12,000 loads of laundry since we bought it in September 1990, all for just $300 in parts. But on the other hand, I can't ignore the resource savings promised for the new breed of front loaders. As long as the claims are true, that is.To check out the facts, I used two pieces of test equipment, a water flow meter plumbed into the water supply lines on both washers, and an ammeter to measure electricity flow to the dryers. We completed dozens of identical, reproducible loads in each pair of machines, measuring water consumption, electricity use and cycle times for both. The first thing that struck me about the front loading washer as I watched it work was that it couldn't possibly do a good job given the meager amount of water involved. Clothes look barely more than damp as they tumble around along with no more than a few tablespoons of detergent. But work it did. Clothes came out of the Whirlpool exceptionally clean and the numbers on the water meter definitely verify frugal water use. Stunningly frugal.One kind of reproducible load we ran during our tests involved all household bath towels. To accommodate this much laundry in our old Maytag, you need to run the washer at the extra large setting. And by the time all washing, rinsing and spinning was done, a whopping 140 litres of water were dirty and down the drain after the 70 minute cycle was over. That's way more than I would've guessed given the size of the top loader's wash tub, but multiple readings from the professional grade water meter told the same story. All front loading washers I looked at during my research decide on their own how much water to use. This means you don't set a load size in the traditional sense, though water usage does go up and down depending on how much cloth you put into the drum. Washing the same load of bath towels in the Whirlpool consistently used only 40 litres in total, or a whopping 70 per cent less during the speedier 50 minute cycle. If we'd used a front loader for all the time we've used our top loader, it would have saved almost 1 million litres of water, or 40 per cent of what's required to fill an olympic size swimming pool. Front loading washers wring clothes exceptionally dry by spinning them quickly - about 1,300 revolutions per minute (rpm) in the case of the Whirlpool, compared with about 500 rpm for most top loaders. But despite these high spinning speeds, vibration of the washer wasn't an issue for us, even on the wood floor where we had the machine parked. And once they got to the dryer, clothes dried much faster, too, though part of that increase in speed comes from a greater electricity draw by the new dryer. Where the old Hotpoint uses 3,100 watts of energy, the Whirlpool consumes it at a rate of 5,500 watts on the medium heat setting, according to my measurements with an ammeter. That said, total electricity use is still about 20 per cent lower for the new dryer - less than I would have guessed, though this number doesn't explain everything. Depending on how careless you are setting dry times on a conventional, timer-controlled dryer, modern dryers with moisture sensors can save a lot of energy. By automatically shutting off the machine when clothes are actually dry (instead of your best guess about how long they might take to get dry), potentially lots of electricity is saved. Seeing the numbers leaves me convinced that washers and dryers really have improved a lot over the last 20 years. And if I'd seen those numbers earlier, I probably wouldn't have scrounged that used motor I put into our old laundry equipment the last time it stopped working. Sign up for his free homeowner newsletter at www.stevemaxwell.ca.
The World's Greatest Hotel Concierge?
The World's Greatest Hotel Concierge?
Lots of hotelsoperate a "whatever you want, whenever you want it" policy as an indicator of the level of service they can provide. But just how far would a concierge go to make a guest happy? A woman who checked into a hotel in Texas found out this week. While bored and on a business trip, Sarah Kovacs Grzywacz received a text message from the Hotel Indigo San Antonio Riverwalk suggesting that staff could assist her with "anything, anytime". Ms Grzywacz decided that what would really improve her stay would be for a framed photograph of Nicolas Cage, the actor, to be placed beside her bed. Specifically - the text did say anything - a picture of Nicolas Cage in a white vest, playing a convict with a big heart in the film Con Air. The hotel's concierge Ramon replied to say it would be his pleasure to assist and Ms Grzywacz was delighted to find on her return that her unusual request had been granted. Emboldened, she went on to request another picture of the Hollywood star, this time as he appeared in Moonstruck, and this time, stuck to her bathroom mirror. She also asked for some bath towels and demanded both by 6pm. Although her deadline was not quite met, Ramon, in carrying out her request, was at least apologetic. Credit: Imgur/FreePsychicReadings Finally, Ms Grzywacz tried to push her luck one last time and asked for a photo of the actor in 8MM. "Good choice," Ramon replied. The image soon appeared taped to the television. Ms Grzywacz posted photos showing her concierge's dedication on her Imgur account and they have since been widely shared on social media. Both she and the hotel deny that Ramon's good intentions were for the purposes of a publicity stunt. Instead, she was merely "bored at work with someone else who was bored at work." Hotels all around the world now make a point of offering the services of concierges who are willing, so they claim, to do anything for their guests, with concierges dedicated to running baths, or looking after guests' children and pets. We have compiled a list of some of the world's strangest concierge requests here. Credit: Imgur/FreePsychicReadings Telegraph Media Group Limited 2019Need help?Visit our adblocking instructionspage.
Consumers Share Ideas for Made in America Gifts to Put Under the Christmas Tree
Consumers Share Ideas for Made in America Gifts to Put Under the Christmas Tree
With Christmas just five days away, Americans weighed in to share the one, must-have item made in America they'd recommend for the holidays, ranging from doggie treats and beer to bed sheets.Red Land Cotton in Moulton, Alabama, uses cotton from the Yeager family's farm near Bankhead National Forest."We're a small, family-owned business taking the cotton that we grow and manufacturing those fibers into bedding and bath towels made 100 percent in the USA," the family said.The farm, which has been in the family for three generations, harvested 3.5 million pounds of cotton this season. The company employs 15 workers who sew quilts and towels and other products.Susana McMann from San Diego said her one item was the nylon chew from the Bullibone Co. in Illinois."It's the only chew my dog loves because it's flavored throughout the entire bone. ... Everything from the ingredients to the boxes they're shipped in are made in America," she said.Brothers David and Daniel Kleban suggested the Maine Beer Co., which they started in Freeport, Maine, in 2009."Our motto is do what's right. That's why from day 1, we've donated 1 percent of all annual sales to environmental nonprofits. We encourage all small businesses across the country to do the same, especially during this holiday season," Daniel Kleban said.Their company has 48 workers and fills 7,200 bottles an hour.There was also the Tillamook County Creamery Association, established in 1909, which produces dairy products including cheese and ice cream. Many of the farmers and workers in Oregon's tiny Tillamook County have been around for generations."There's just so much history here," said Kristin Harner, who's worked at Tillamook for three years. "There's literally just a pride in this product that I don't think can be replicated."The co-op includes 85 family-owned farms. The creamery produces 220,000 pounds of cheddar cheese a day and 25,000 gallons of ice cream a day. Its products are shipped to all 50 states."There's a lot of pride, not just within the company, but within the entire town," said Christopher Fox, who's worked at Tillamook for three years. "Tillamook is just -- if you go around town, everybody's gonna tell you how, you know, how awesome the cheese is.""I think because Tillamook is owned by the farmers here, we all have a kind of 'bigger than us' attitude. We don't feel like, that it's just ours. We feel like it's ours, together, and we all want it to be here for the next generations too," said farmer Joe Rocha.And, finally, there was East Fork Pottery and Home Goods in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains."They make the most beautiful dishes from regionally sourced, stonework clay. ... These dishes will last you a lifetime," said Sandra Godwin from Ashville, North Carolina.
Bath Towels and Other Housewarming Gift Ideas
Bath Towels and Other Housewarming Gift Ideas
Choosing housewarming gifts can be fun and interesting with some planning and consideration. It's a good idea to give useful gifts which can be used at home, such as flower vases, bath towels and picture frames. If your host has planned a small gathering, gifts such as wine bottles and chocolates will be appreciated, as it can be served as well. Here are some useful and interesting housewarming gift ideas to help you decide.Bath towels and bed linen make great gifts for a housewarming party. They make for perfect gifts, as your hosts will need them to beautify the bedroom and bathroom. Besides bedroom and bath decor, you can also gift something for the kitchen like kitchen linen, an apron and hand towels.Choose plush bath towels made from superior-quality fabric such Turkish cotton and Egyptian cotton. You can gift your hosts a color coordinated set complete with bath towels, hand towels, face towels and washcloths. The set will be very helpful to complete the guest bathroom.If the recipient is environmentally conscious, gift organic cotton bath towels, as they are super soft and hypoallergenic as well. Opt for good quality towels with a weight of 700 to 800 grams per square meter. To make the gift extra special, you can monogram the towels with your host's name or initials.Kitchen linen such as aprons, dish towels and pot holders are thoughtful housewarming gifts. Gift aprons made from breathable fabric such as cotton or linen. Aprons with adjustable straps, pockets and long strings are essential for the kitchen. You can consider gifting your hosts an entire set complete with aprons, dish towels and oven mitts.Housewarming gifts such as cookware sets and kitchen appliances are also appreciated at a housewarming party. If the host is a tea or coffee lover, gift personalized hampers filled with choicest tea bags and coffee beans. For the tea lover, make a hamper consisting of tea kettle and flavored tea bags. Opt for stainless steel kettles, as they conduct heat evenly. You can also opt for enamel-coated teakettles in bright hues like red or blue.For coffee lovers, gift coffee pots and cream pourers as housewarming gifts. You can gift a set with a porcelain pot, a cream pourer, a French press and gourmet coffee along with some coffee mugs to delight your host. Along with the recipient's preference, it is also essential to consider the decor of the new home when giving housewarming gifts.
10 Best Bath Towels
10 Best Bath Towels
What should you look for in a bath towel? Good absorbency and drying power are key, it should dry you efficiently and dry out quickly after use; it should also be long lasting and wash well. Design is important too, you want it to look good in your bathroom.Size matters. To make your choice bath-friendly aim for at least 70 x 130cm, so it will wrap comfortably around you after washing. Gsm (grams per square metre) is the scale used to measure towel quality and a handy comparison tool when shopping - the lower the number, the lighter the towel. Basic designs weigh in between 200 and 300gsm, while higher-end luxury choices range from 400 to 700gsm.At the lower end of the market, cheaper towels are made from synthetic materials and therefore less absorbent, but they have the benefit of being lightweight and, obviously, cost less. Egyptian cotton towels, with their long, thick fabric loops, are soft, durable and highly absorbent, while Turkish cotton is very plush, but can be slightly less absorbent. Supima cotton offers longer, stronger fibres, making it a more luxurious option. A waffle weave is an eco-friendly choice, lightweight and handy for travelling.Each towel in our review was tested for absorbency, comfort and drying power, and all passed the 'washing test', completing a wash cycle at the recommended temperature and drying to pre-wash levels of softness.You can trust our independent reviews. We may earn commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing and expert advice. This revenue helps us to fund journalism across The IndependentSize: 70 x 127cmMaterial: 100% cottonWeight: 600gsmThis one is made from soft cotton with a zero-twist pile, which means the fibres are not twisted before they are woven, giving them a larger surface area and allowing moisture to be absorbed more easily. Other innovations include a reduced fibre shedding design for longevity.This all combines to create a towel that feels like velvet - soft, thick, plush, highly-absorbent and the epitome of luxury. It also dried fast and, at this price, is our favourite of the bunch. It is also available in 18 colours.Buy nowSize:70 x 137cmMaterial:100% combed Turkish cottonWeight:550gsmWe loved the 5-star hotel luxury look and feel of this design, with its white, exceptionally-soft fabric, featuring a smart navy stripe border that would look great in a bathroom or guest bedroom.The cotton mix fabric blend absorbs water well and it's quick to dry out after use. Plus, at this price, it's a real luxury bargain.Buy nowSize:100 x 150cmMaterial: 100% cottonWeight: 700gsmWith its thick pile and plush-to-the-touch fabric, don't think staple, think indulge. The double-ended stripe motif is a smart design feature but - and here's the disadvantage of a large, dense towel - we found it quite weighty and heavy to use.While the absorbency is good, we'd save this one for leisurely bath times, rather than quick showers.Buy nowSize: 70 x 127cmMaterial: 100% Turkish cottonThis soft, lightweight towel is smooth to the touch, with a geometric print in a palette of greys and bright pops of colour for a designer look that's not reflected in the price.It's particularly good for drying hair, being thin enough to make an effective head turban, but its light fabric did remain slightly creased and damp for longer after use.Yet we love the fact that there's a 100-day satisfaction guarantee - so if you don't like it, simply return within the time frame for a refund.Buy nowSize: 100 x 150cmMaterial: 100% cottonWeight: 700gsmThis top of the range design is as luxurious and soft as you would expect from the price tag, made from twisted Egyptian cotton terry that feels ultra-plush when drying. And with its stylish double-ended border, it looks good too.But once damp, this towel really comes into its own -the fabricfeels like velvet as its glides over the skin. Utterly absorbent, utterly luxurious, if you have a bit of money to spend, we highly recommend this.Buy nowSize: 70 x 140cmMaterial: 100% cottonWeight: 700gsmThis towel promises a lot with its very deep pile, luxurious size and ample folds. However, in use it has a slightly rougher texture than the others we tested in this top-of-the-range category and was just a little bit less absorbent, which is reflected in the slightly lower price.It comes in 11 colours and has a deep border stripe on each end for an eye-catching finish.Buy nowSize: 70 x 130cmMaterial: 100% cottonWeight: 600gsmA recent relaunch of the range has improved the feel of this towel Next tells us and while it is certainly soft and fluffy, it is lighter to the touch and not as indulgent as some of the other deep pile designs we tested.Made from 100% Egyptian cotton pile, it's available in 29 shades, is finished with a stripe border and the pretty berry shade we sampled will certainly add an eye-catching pop of colour to a bathroom. And at this price, it's a good option for a slice of everyday luxury.Buy nowSize: 70 x 140cmMaterial: 100% organic cottonAnd now for something completely different. This Danish waffle weave design might not appeal to fluffy towel aficionados, but we were completely smitten.A lightweight fabric with a textured surface, it dries the body fast and efficiently and also dries out quickly.It's 100% organic, won't take up much space on your towel rail and folds compactly for packing - so ideal for trips to the gym or travelling. Be aware that there will be some shrinkage after washing, so you should stretch it into shape while still wet.Buy nowSize: 100 x 150cmMaterial: 100% cottonWeight: 350gsmLooking for a soft towel without the fluffiness? This may be the one for you.Made from 100% cotton, one side offers traditional terry towelling, the other a crisp cotton striped pattern. Finished with white tassels each end, it will look as good on the beach as on your towel rail. It's lightweight and compact, so takes up less space in the bathroom or linen cupboard, but is just as absorbent as the thick pile designs we tested. And, with its thin fabric, it dries almost instantly.Buy nowSize: 75 x 137cmMaterial: 100% Supima combed cottonWeight: 650gsmWhen it comes to cotton, Supima is king, one of the finest cotton yarns in the world. Here, it has been blended with Christy's patented Hygro technology to create a towel that is the ultimate in soft fluffiness.Imagine the texture of velvet cotton wool, soaking up moisture easily. It is exceptionally absorbent, feels utterly luxurious and looks the part too, with a smart border trim at each end. One of our absolute favourites, it proves that you get what you pay for.Buy nowSoft, fast drying and great value for money, the towel from Dunelm was easily our best buy.For something different, we loved the Ferm cotton towel with its waffle weave design, while the towel from The White Company remains unbeaten for luxury.IndyBestproduct reviews are unbiased, independent advice you can trust. On some occasions, we earn revenue if you click the links and buy the products, but we never allow this to bias our coverage. The reviews are compiled through a mix of expert opinion and real-world testing.
Les voisins demandent à l'héritière Daphne Guinness d'arrêter de prendre des bains pour les inondations
Les voisins demandent à l'héritière Daphne Guinness d'arrêter de prendre des bains pour les inondations
L'icône de la mode et héritière de la brasserie britannique Daphne Guinness est poursuivie par ses voisins du rez-de-chaussée pour avoir inondé à plusieurs reprises leur appartement de 12 millions de dollars à Manhattan avec l'eau de son bain. Karim et Tina Samii disent que depuis que Guinness a emménagé dans son appartement de 15 millions de dollars et 1249 m² dans l'ancien hôtel Stanhope sur la Cinquième Avenue en 2008, Elle a inondé leur appartement quatre fois, les rapports. Le premier incident d'inondation était la faute des entrepreneurs de Guinness, dit le costume, Mais les trois autres se sont tous produits après que le maven aux cheveux de mouffette ait laissé le bain en marche et ait oublié de l'éteindre. Maintenant, l'honcho Samii des fonds spéculatifs et sa femme veulent une ordonnance du tribunal interdisant à Guinness de prendre des bains-ainsi que plus d'un million de dollars de dommages et intérêts. Le premier trempage de l'eau du bain a eu lieu à l'Halloween du dernier Année, lorsque les Samiis "sont retournés chez eux pour trouver de l'eau qui fuyait du plafond de leur chambre principale au sol", indique le costume. Les Samiis ont appelé le directeur, qui s'est dirigé vers l'appartement de Guinness, "et l'assistant de Guinness lui a dit que Guinness venait de prendre un bain", le costume Dit. Le super "a déterminé que l'inondation s'est produite parce que Guinness avait débordé de sa baignoire, provoquant une coulée continue d'eau sur le sol et finalement dans l'appartement des plaignants". L'inondation a causé des "dommages importants" et causé de "grands inconvénients" aux Samiis en les privant de leur salle de bain principale pendant un certain temps, Le dossier dit. Le deuxième incident s'est produit le 9 mai. Les Samiis ont de nouveau vu de l'eau pleuvoir de l'étage, et lorsque le directeur s'est rendu à la maison du 11e étage de Guinness,Elle "était dans la cuisine en train de parler au téléphone et a été surprise par la perturbation. Pendant ce temps, l'eau continuait de couler de sa baignoire et sur le sol, provoquant d'importantes inondations en dessous», indique le costume. Guinness a déclaré au super «qu'elle avait allumé l'eau de sa baignoire, l'avait laissée sans surveillance et avait ensuite tout oublié», dit le costume. Cette fois, les dégâts ont été encore pires-saccageant non seulement la pierre et les murs de la feuille, mais aussi le meuble de toilette et les moulures des Samis. Le costume dit que l'appartement a été de nouveau inondé le 10 octobre. Le directeur de l'immeuble a vu "l'assistant personnel de Guinness et une autre femme tentant de sécher le sol avec des serviettes de bain". La baignoire était épuisante, mais "le niveau d'eau était toujours si élevé qu'il était clair que (Guinness) avait de nouveau laissé la baignoire sans surveillance et lui avait permis de déborder". Les Samiis disent en avoir marre de la "faute lourde répétée et du défaut d'exercer le moindre degré de soins" de l'héritière pour enrayer le problème. Ils veulent "plus d'un million de dollars" pour payer leurs réparations et "l'angoisse mentale et la détresse émotionnelle" et un montant indéterminé en dommages-intérêts punitifs. Ils veulent également une injonction lui interdisant de prendre des bains jusqu "à ce que" Elle complète toutes les mesures correctives nécessaires pour s'assurer que la baignoire ne débordera pas ".Guinness n'a pas pu être atteinte immédiatement. Lire la suite à la. Publié à l'origine comme
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