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How to Create a Warm and Inviting Guest Bedroom

How to Create a Warm and Inviting Guest Bedroom

KellyRose McAleer
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With the holidays approaching, your home is probably going to see a lot of overnight visitor. Guests can be stressful additions to the house, because you want to do your best to make sure they feel comfortable in your home; but with the right guest b...
9 Thoughtful Halloween Decorations for People with Taste

9 Thoughtful Halloween Decorations for People with Taste

KellyRose McAleer
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This Halloween instead of “spooky,” go for “eerie.” While spooky means fake blood and plastic bugs spread out around the house, eerie leaves room for a Halloween with sophistication. Throw away your skeleton cardboard cutout a...
How to Survive a Long Kitchen Remodel

How to Survive a Long Kitchen Remodel

KellyRose McAleer
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There is little else more disruptive to your daily life than remodeling the kitchen. Not only are you investing your money and time, you are also kissing goodbye easy food-making for the foreseeable future. But if you do it right, you won’t hav...
We Really Hope This Doesn’t Become a Home Remodeling Trend

We Really Hope This Doesn’t Become a Home Remodeling Trend

Amy Wright
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One of the neatest things about home remodeling is seeing just how far people’s creativity can take them. It’s pretty inspiring to be able to peek into the minds of luminaries like Frank Gehry and Frank Llloyd Wright, two home designers w...
5 Clever Ways to Maximize Your Closet Space

5 Clever Ways to Maximize Your Closet Space

Amy Wright
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Many homeowners think there are only two ways to view space in the house: remodel things drastically to physically create more space, or deal with the limitations that are present. And then there’s a small portion of homeowners who know there&r...
11 Pieces of Furniture with Awesome Secondary Purposes

11 Pieces of Furniture with Awesome Secondary Purposes

Amy Wright
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Furniture is a pricey acquisition, as you want to spend enough to get really solid pieces that’ll last a while, but not spend so much you can only afford a single couch for your entire home. It’s a tricky balance, finding that middle grou...
How to Keep Your Kitchen’s Vintage Charm While Modernizing Its Use

How to Keep Your Kitchen’s Vintage Charm While Modernizing Its Use

Amy Wright
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There are many different styles you can apply to your kitchen, with few rules to follow other than to remodel it to look exactly like what fits your dreams. There are a couple of rules to follow, of course, like using glossy paint on the walls and ha...
10 Ways to Optimize Your Home Office and Make it Awesome

10 Ways to Optimize Your Home Office and Make it Awesome

Amy Wright
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More and more Americans are turning to working out of their homes as a way to earn their living, as it both cuts down on commute time and decreases their employer’s overhead. Not every job is possible to do from a home office, of course, but fo...
What Type of Roofing Has the Best Return on Investment?

What Type of Roofing Has the Best Return on Investment?

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A roof is an integral part of any home, as it provides a barrier between the inside comforts and outside elements. To that extent, you never want to cheap out on materials and go with something like plastic wrap as a roof, but rather find a happy med...
The Biggest Emerging Trend in Outdoor Furniture You Should be Following

The Biggest Emerging Trend in Outdoor Furniture You Should be Following

Amy Wright
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One of the tricky parts of being a homeowner is making sure your living space is furnished with pieces that aren’t out of date, but aren’t too trendy, either. It’s a tough balance, finding that perfect middle point of having stylish...
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