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4 Signs That You Should Become An Interior Designer

May 19, 2019

According to recent studies many people aren’t happy with their current job roles. If you are part of that bunch and feel miserable at your job, you should consider a career change. Not sure what could be the right step? Decorating everything from fancy hotels to homes might look like a fun way to make […]

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How to Choose the Correct Flooring for Each Room in Your Home

August 30, 2018

If you’re remodeling your home, you may be considering what type of flooring to put in each room. It can be a daunting task having to decide what type of flooring is best for which rooms. Here are some suggestions on how to choose the ideal flooring for each room in your home. Kitchen The […]

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Vinyl Tile Floors – Easy and Inexpensive Flooring You Can Do Yourself

August 10, 2018

Once you are satisfied with where your tiles are you can begin the vinyl flooring installation. Work from the center out, reserving the work around the walls for the very end. Be sure to press firmly when laying the tiles, and after you have put a few in place use a tile roller to go over your tiles.

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The Creative House: How to Apply Danish Oil to Wood Countertops

July 21, 2018

Wood countertops in the kitchen have advantages. Many people like the fact that they are made from a natural material, lending an earthy look to the kitchen. The wood grain is an attractive texture. Wood countertops are also durable. Stains and marks can be removed by simply sanding the area and re-oiling. These are available […]

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Eco-Friendly Floors: Different Types and Where to Buy Them

June 18, 2018

Remodeling your home? Here’s a look into the different types of eco-friendly floors available and where you can purchase them. Different Types of Eco-Friendly Floors Bamboo Flooring Bamboo flooring is by far one of the most eco-friendly choices out there for wood floor enthusiasts. Bamboo is a renewable resource and it comes in very natural […]

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Things You Need to Know About Hardwoods and Laminates

May 6, 2018

For many years, hardwood flooring represented the default option for most middle-class residences. By the mid-twentieth century, however, a more cosmopolitan look had come into favor, and hardwood floors came to be seen as rustic and outmoded. In most newly-built residential homes, hardwoods were replaced with wall-to-wall carpet as the default flooring option by the mid-1960s.

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Choosing Granite Tiles for Your Kitchen Counters

April 9, 2018

If you have decided to install your own granite tile counter top, then this article will walk you through all of the steps. If you are still undecided, read along to see if installing a granite tile counter top is right for you. Granite is a durable material that is suited for use as a […]

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Where to Find Free or Low Cost Building Materials

March 12, 2018

If your house needs repairs but you are strapped for cash, you might be amazed to discover that there’s all sorts of resources for free and low cost building materials. While it sounds almost to good to be true, the reality is that all sorts of great building materials end up in second hand venues […]

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Kitchen Remodeling: What You Should Know About Your New Kitchen Cabinets

February 8, 2018

The modern-day kitchen is one of the busiest rooms of any household. Having a functional yet attractively designed kitchen can help ensure the meals of the day are prepared and delivered in the best environment possible. Whilst some opt to invest thousands in a complete kitchen redesign, there is another way. Kitchen remodeling has become […]

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Needed Changes in the Residential Planning and Building Codes of the USA

January 5, 2018

Today we must take a position to stop using fossil fuel and promote and require all new or major remodeling residential projects incorporate renewable forms of energy. This will be the starting point to become more self sufficient and less dependent on OPEC, etc. There will be much resistance by the oil companies, utility and […]

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