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Be Considerate of Neighbors During Your Remodeling Project

Anyone who has remodeling or construction plans in the offing should always work to ensure that they don’t end up burning bridges with neighbors over small misunderstandings that can blow out of proportion. To ensure your neighbors don’t end up with frazzled nerves by your project’s end, here are a few neighborly tips you should think about: (more…)

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Je Ne Sais Quoi: The Appeal of the 1950s Pink Bathroom

Even when they choose to embrace older homes, homeowners usually still lean toward having the baths redone by bathroom remodeling contractors. This is a shame, since old homes have features that give them such a unique character -- and it’s especially tragic when these features are original to the house. One thing that has never really gone out of style is the iconic pink bathroom of the 50s. (more…)

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Kitchen Cabinet Installation: DIY or Kitchen Pros?

IKEA has a cult-like following, and for good reason. Besides having pretty much everything under the sun that you may need for your home, this Swedish company has spent decades perfecting home systems that suit tiny apartments just as well as they do larger homes. (more…)

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Coming Through the Mudroom Door

Welcome to the mudroom, an old design concept that continues to be useful even today. Gaining in popularity among home renovation ideas, mudrooms are described as “a room at an entrance to a house where people can leave wet or dirty shoes and clothing.” The mudroom bears the brunt of the family’s comings and goings, especially during the spring when things can get cold, damp and muddy. (more…)

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How to Stop Kitchen Appliances From Being Energy Vampires

Energy is practically the only product we consume on a daily basis without knowing how much it costs. With other services, we get to choose whether to buy or not based on price. Not so with energy. What kitchen improvements can you make that will really lower your energy bills? (more…)

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What’s on Your Walk-In Closet Wishlist?

Many of us dream of having a walk-in closet. If you have enough floor space, then why not? A well-designed walk-in closet can have you feeling like you’re stepping into your own private boutique. If you’re about to add a walk-in closet, consider putting some of these ideas on the wishlist that you’ll show your house renovations company: (more…)

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Design SOS: Windowless Bathrooms

A small space can pose considerable design challenges. This is particularly true for the bathroom. One of the elements that you may have to forgo when remodeling a tiny bathroom are the windows. (more…)

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The Butler’s Pantry: Outdated or Genius?

You’re probably here because you found a home listing that says it has a butler’s pantry. These areas were a common feature in luxury homes centuries ago. However, even in the modern age, the butler’s pantry can still serve as a very useful space. Read on as we take a closer look at this interesting design feature. (more…)

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How Does Feng Shui Factor Into Home Design?

Every February, Chinese New Year is celebrated. Around this time of year, we are reminded of Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese philosophy focusing on creative balance and harmony between the elements. Feng Shui has had a great influence on home design for centuries. (more…)

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‘KonMari’ Your Way to a Tidier, More Joyful Kitchen

The KonMari method of decluttering and organizing is all the rage these days. We have the genius of Marie Kondo to thank for inspiring many homeowners to “spark joy” in their lives and homes. Whether or not you’ve read the books or watched the TV series, today we’ll give you some great ideas on how you can apply the KonMari method to make your kitchen more enjoyable. (more…)

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