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Favorite Things at RC Willey Right Now

Posted by Alyssa on July 21, 2019

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Every once in a while I like to gather up my favorite things at RC Willey and share them with all of you! There isn't a lot of rhyme or reason to this list, just some things that caught my eye and are on my wishlist. What do you think? 

 

firepit

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art desk

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rug

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shelf

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dining table

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tent

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sectional

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bed

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chair

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Check out our website - I'm sure you'll find something you'll love!

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Traeger Recipes: Ribs

Posted by Alyssa on July 21, 2019

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Have you tried making ribs on your Traeger grill? They are delicious! Granted, we have a running joke at our house that anything you put on the Traeger is delicious. Seriously, you can’t go wrong. For your next BBQ, why not throw some ribs on the grill? Recipe below.  

Traeger Recipes: 3-2-1 BBQ Baby Back Ribs

INGREDIENTS

2 RACKS BABY BACK PORK RIBS

1/3 CUP YELLOW MUSTARD

1/2 CUP, DIVIDED APPLE JUICE

1 TBSP WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE

1/2 CUP DARK BROWN SUGAR

1 CUP TRAEGER 'QUE SAUCE

 

PREPARATION

If your butcher has not already done so, remove the thin silverskin membrane from the bone-side of the ribs by working the tip of a butter knife or a screwdriver underneath the membrane over a middle bone. Use paper towels to get a firm grip, then tear the membrane off.

In a small bowl, combine the mustard, 1/4 cup of apple juice (reserve the rest), and the Worcestershire sauce. Spread the mixture thinly on both sides of the ribs and season with Traeger Pork & Poultry rub.

When ready to cook, set temperature to 180℉ and preheat, lid closed for 15 minutes.

Smoke the ribs, meat-side up for 3 hours. Transfer the ribs to a rimmed baking sheet and increase the grill temperature to 225℉.

Tear off four long sheets of heavy-duty aluminum foil. Top with a rack of ribs and pull up the sides to keep the liquid enclosed.

Sprinkle half the brown sugar on the rack, then top with half the honey and half of the remaining apple juice. Use a bit more apple juice if you want more tender ribs.

Lay another piece of foil on top and tightly crimp the edges so there is no leakage. Repeat with the remaining rack of ribs.

Return the foiled ribs to the grill and cook for an additional two hours.

Carefully remove the foil from the ribs and brush the ribs on both sides with Traeger 'Que Sauce. Discard the foil.

Arrange the ribs directly on the grill grate and continue to grill until the sauce tightens, 30 minutes to 60 minutes more.

Let the ribs rest for a few minutes before serving. Enjoy!

*Cook times will vary depending on set and ambient temperatures.

Find this recipe and more here!

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Fun Playhouse Ideas

Posted by Alyssa on July 19, 2019

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How fun is a playhouse? I’ve always wanted a playhouse in my backyard, and we hit the jackpot. Our neighbor was getting rid of their old, cottage playhouse and, after sawing it apart, lugging it over our fence, rebuilding it, and painting it, we now have one. I’ve been working on finishing the inside and there are so many ideas online on how to decorate a playhouse. If you’ve got an old shed you aren’t using, a playhouse that’s never played in anymore, or are on the search for a new playhouse, these ideas are for you! 

Fun Playhouse Ideas

playhouse

via Fru Emma Og Co

Playhouse

via Mama i Form

playhosue

via Mitt Liv Pa Landet

playhouse

via Project Nursery

 

playhouse

via Home and Garden

 

playhouse

via Ginger and May

Do you have a playhouse in your yard? If you're in the market check online for free building plans or used playhouses for sale. There are some good deals out there!

 

 

 

 

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Interior Design Mistakes

Posted by Alyssa on July 16, 2019

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It’s so easy to fall into these common interior design mistakes. While doing some research for this post I ended up doing a quick check of some of the rooms in my house and decided that some changes needed to be made. Have you fallen victim to some of these common mistakes? 

Interior Design Mistakes

interior design

via Mad About the House

  1. Decorating with things that are the same size. If everything in your room is the same height, you’re going to have a pretty boring space. Instead, choose furniture and accessories that vary in height, shape, and texture. 
  2. Choosing a rug that is too small. If you aren’t sure what size to get, check out our guide on what rug size you need to help get you started!
  3. Not hanging art or hanging art incorrectly. Picking the wrong size of art or hanging it too high will not help out your room. Instead, follow this guide on how to hang art correctly. 
  4. Too much clutter. Whether it’s having too much furniture put into one room or it’s a shelf overflowing with accessories, less is more. If you don’t have a place in your room where your eye can rest, your room will not be a relaxing place to spend time. 
  5. Ignoring the importance of good lighting. If you only have your overhead light, your room will feel harsh and overbright. Layer your lighting with a variety of lamps to help create an inviting mood. 

Are you having trouble knowing where to start designing in your room or home? Did you recently move to a new place and your old decor just isn't working with the new space? Are you recently living with a new person and running into a design disaster? RC Willey's trained design consultants are here to help. We have an amazing staff of interior design consultants who will help you with anything from furniture layout, color therapy, accessories, or even a whole home makeover! You're only five simple steps away from having a home that reflects your personal style and incorporates those things you love the most. Click here to get started!

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Room Dividers for Large Rooms

Posted by Alyssa on July 12, 2019

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If the large room in your home feels overly intimidating to decorate or your couch seems tiny in comparison, it may be time to divide up your space. There are lots of ways to layout a large room, but if you’re looking for a way to create defined spaces you may want to bring in a room divider. Screens, bookshelves, and even sectionals can help break up a large room and make it feel more intimate and manageable. Here are some different dividers you may want to consider using.  

Room Dividers for Large Rooms

room divider

via College Education

Keep your space open while still breaking up your space by using a bookshelf. If you want a large divider, this bookcase would be perfect. For less of an impact and a smaller space, this shelf would be great. 

screens

via Oh Me Oh My

A screen is a good way to break up your space. I love this wood and aluminum divider, this locker room divider, and this black wood panel divider

sectional

via RC Willey

This leather sectional can work as a room divider. Divide up your room with this sectional and add some cozy seating as well!

 

How have you divided up your large room? 

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Table Setting Ideas

Posted by Alyssa on July 11, 2019

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Do you have a party or gathering at your home soon? Don’t underestimate the importance and impact of your table setting! You don’t need to break the bank buying all new plates and tablecloths. Using what you have, you'll be able to create a beautiful spread no one will want to leave. Keep reading for some table setting ideas and tips for creating the perfect table. 

Table Setting Ideas

table settings

via House Beautiful

Table Setting

via Home Stratosphere

Keep it simple and streamlined with a monochromatic color scheme paired with a bouquet of flowers. 

table centerpiece

via One Kings Lane

If you don't have a table runner use confetti, flowers, or candles instead. 

table setting

via Home Stratosphere

Go all out and make your napkins the statement! There are plenty of napkin folding tutorials online to help you impress your guests. 

table setting

via House Beautiful

Go all out with color! Who wouldn't want to eat at this table? 

 

Don't forget that RC Willey has so many dining sets to choose from - you'll be able to find exactly what you want! 

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Bathroom Vanity Ideas

Posted by Alyssa on July 10, 2019

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When it comes to updating your bathroom, changing your vanity is the first step to making the bathroom of your dreams! Everytime I look at the vanity in our bathroom I just want to rip it out and start from scratch. While we aren’t ready to completely remodel the bathroom, I’ve been doing some research on quick things I can do to update the space, as well as some cool vanity ideas I’d love to have in the future. If you’re looking for some bathroom vanity ideas for a quick refresh or for a total overhaul, check out some of these ideas below! 

Bathroom Vanity Ideas

vanity

via Sarah Joy the Blog

Hit up your local thrift store to find a dresser to turn into your own vanity! If you're looking for instructions check out this blog and get started on your own.

vanity

via Better Homes and Gardens

If you just want a change, it's so easy to paint your cabinets! Pick out a color you love and some new hardware, and you'll love the difference it will make in your bathroom!


vanity

via HGTV

How cool is this step stool? I would love having this in our future bathroom!

bathroom

via Dwell

If you can't change the vanity and you don't want to paint it but are still looking for a new look, try swapping out the mirror you have now for a new one. It'll completely change the feel of your bathroom!

Are you having trouble knowing where to start designing in your room or home? Did you recently move to a new place and your old decor just isn't working with the new space? Are you recently living with a new person and running into a design disaster? RC Willey's trained design consultants are here to help. We have an amazing staff of interior design consultants who will help you with anything from furniture layout, color therapy, accessories, or even a whole home makeover! You're only five simple steps away from having a home that reflects your personal style and incorporates those things you love the most. Click here to get started!

 

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Quick Tips to Freshen Your Home

Posted by Alyssa on July 9, 2019

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No one likes to enter a stuffy, slightly smelly house, and so take a minute to follow these quick tips to freshen your home! 

Quick Tips to Freshen Your Home

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Open Your Windows

This may not work if it’s too hot outside, but throw open as many windows as you can and let the fresh air into your home. 

Stove Simmer

This may be something you’ll want to do this fall when the weather cools down, but by simply simmering water with citrus and herbs in it you’ll be able to fill your home with a delicious smell. Try lime, rosemary, and vanilla for a more summery smell or cinnamon, apple peels, orange rinds, and cloves for this fall. 

Clean Out Your Garbage Disposal 

If you catch a whiff of something every time you pass the sink, it might be time to clean out your disposal. Try squirting some nice smelling dish soap into the disposal while the water is running and the disposal is on. You can also put some lemon or lime rinds through the disposal - just make sure you run a lot of water through as well. 

Bring in House Plants

Not only do plants look great, but they can naturally clean the air as well. Check out some of these ideas for the best plants to have indoors.

Essential Oils Diffuser

If you have an oil diffuser you can simply fill it with water, add a few drops of your favorite essential oils, and turn it on. 

Clean Up After Your Pets

It may sound simple, but vacuuming up pet hair, cleaning up any accidents as soon as they happen, and cleaning your carpets will keep the pet smell out of your house. 

 

What are some ways you freshen your home?

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