Answer to “Decorate This Space: Pick the Right Bathroom Flooring”

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You guessed correctly if you chose option A. Designer Liz Williams incorporated cool tones of taupe and blue for a sophisticated look, and laid marble flooring in a chevron pattern to add interest to the neutral room.

Spa-Like Bathroom

We randomly chose one person from the comments, and Marcia is the winner of a round wall mirror from 55DowningStreet.com. Congrats!

Check back next Wednesday to decorate a new space.

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6 Comments

  1. Hi Experts ,

    Need help.
    An amount of 1600 INR is deducted on my FD on Jan 14. I had not declared that FD in the tax while declaring it as I did not know that bank also deducts TDS.

    I have already shown 1 lac savings on my salary in December 2013 and I am yet to recieve the form 16 in 2014 .

    My question now is how to get the TDS deducted by bank refunded.
    Is there any procedure for this or I have to just forget about it? Please let me know . Today I got a message from bank stating to provide Form 15G. What is it?
    Also I am going to get an interest of 15 K on my fixed deposits in Oct 2014. How can i make sure the TDS is not deducted next year.

  2. Christopher J on

    When my dog pee’d on the floor, the stain stays and makes circle marks… (anyone know what I’m talking about?)
    What do you guys recommend as the best dog stain remover for marble floors?
    I’ve tried a couple– but they didn’t work out… the stain stayed on the floor.

  3. heavenly sword on

    what do you think will the current world champions do in the 2014 WC in brazil and will they get thier second in a row???

  4. Does anybody know if apolo anton ohno will be in the next winter olympics in four years (2014)? has anyone heard in an interview that hes gonna or anything like that? thats just kind of came to mind haha.? or if Shawn white will be?

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