5 Part Tile Style Interior Design Guide

September 4, 2014

There are so many different materials, patterns, and styles for tiles that your decorating options are essentially limitless. You can also bring tiles into pretty much any room in your house—from your stove’s backsplash to your bathroom’s walls—or use them to add character to an outdoor space like a patio. But with all the options […]

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Tips for Storing Just About Anything

July 29, 2014

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that you never realize just how much stuff you own until you have to pack it up and store it. Dealing with your stuff may seem like a daunting task when it comes time to move to a new home or transfer some of your household items to a storage […]

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Have a Quieter Home with Duette Blinds

June 5, 2014

There’s nothing better than having peace and quiet when you need it most. Relax in comfort with stunning Duette® energy saving window blinds, as they absorb up to 45% of unwanted noises. Whether it’s passing traffic, people talking loudly outside or even road works, the Duette® unique acoustic properties help to reduce the impact of […]

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Creating a Backyard Oasis for Summer Fun

June 4, 2014

School is out and the temperature is rising fast. Summer is here and it’s time to prepare for backyard parties and cookouts. Is your backyard ready? If not, do not panic, there is still time to make your backyard look fabulous before you host your first summer bash. Backyard landscaping can be very expensive and […]

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How Building Has Changed with Technology

May 13, 2014

As lifestyle demands change, technology changes with them. Technological advances have created innovative ways to reduce building costs, conserve energy and create healthier lifestyles. The building industry has creative software applications to manage building costs. Energy-efficient products conserve energy and save money. Recycled building materials and green products create a healthier living environment. Constantly evolving […]

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Designing For A Purpose: Security 101

April 11, 2014

Home security is a prime concern for homeowners in many parts of the country. However, security improvements can be complicated to install after the house is already built. When designing or remodeling a home, consider incorporating some of these elements into the design. Built-in Safe Burglars often look for small valuables such as cash, bonds, […]

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5 Things You Can Do That Will Make Your House a Home

March 19, 2014

You own you own house, but does it really feel like a home? Since your home will serve as your bastion of peace, comfort and security, it’s important to take steps to provide those features for yourself and your family. Here are a few ways that you can do this. Personalize It’s your home, so […]

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How to Create the Most Incredible Landscape Garden

March 11, 2014

The sun is shining today, and many people are out and about enjoying it. Many people will find their minds turning to projects in and around the home that need to be undertaken. Perhaps there has already been a new bathroom installed, and  the kitchen may be still looking good; so it could be time […]

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5 Wall Decal Design Ideas For The Modern Home

February 28, 2014

I love getting new tips and ideas for the home. Last week, I went to a friend’s house. He recently redesign an old family room into a billiards room. The room looked great. Yes, the pool table is awesome. But, he also put a beautiful quote on the wall: “He is happiest, be he peasant […]

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7 Reasons To Buy Canvas Prints For Home

February 26, 2014

Very recently, I made my first order from Printcopia. I’m not one to usually spend lots of time redecorating. Usually, less is more at home, the office and everywhere else. However, I’ve been meaning to change a picture at the office for a while now and got a great deal at Printcopia for a new […]

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