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Ideas to Steal from 5 Small but Stylish Kitchens

Ideas to Steal from 5 Small but Stylish Kitchens
There are a lot of different considerations that go into designing a kitchen, and building (or remodeling) a kitchen in a small space presents a particular challenge. With that in mind, we've rounded up five small (you could even say tiny) kitchens that still pack some serious style. (apartmenttherapy.com) > Read More
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The easiest way to unclog your bathroom drain (without calling a plumber)

The easiest way to unclog your bathroom drain (without calling a plumber)
The best defense against clogs is to prevent them before they happen. Keep hair, soap, and other debris out by placing a strainer over drains and rinsing it weekly. And remember to remove the pop-up stoppers in your sink and tub once a week and rinse clean. (rightathome.com) > Read More
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Kitchen Countertop Triage: First Aid for Scratches

Kitchen Countertop Triage: First Aid for Scratches
Repair kitchen counters that show a history of wine spills, dropped pans, and unidentified sharp objects, and you'll maintain the value of your kitchen and home. You can easily hide some counter mishaps, while only professional contractors can solve other surface problems. (houselogic.com) > Read More
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13 Painting Secrets the Pros Won't Tell You

13 Painting Secrets the Pros Won't Tell You
You have to start with a perfectly smooth surface to end up with perfectly painted walls or woodwork. One pro tells PM that sander would be a more fitting job title than painter since he spends so much time pushing sandpaper. (popularmechanics.com) > Read More
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12 Easy Two-Ingredient Cocktails

12 Easy Two-Ingredient Cocktails
Bartending - even in your own home - can be intimidating business, especially when recipes start to call for special-order syrups, locally infused bitters, or sap tapped from your very own elderflower tree (you've got one of those, right?). (realsimple.com) > Read More
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Easy Painted Spring Decor

Easy Painted Spring Decor
The season after Valentines Day is here and just like our New Years resolutions, we are full of good intentions to finally get around to Spring cleaning and decorating. Well procrastinate no more, we've got your back! (honeybearlane.com) > Read More
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6 Genius Things You Don't Have in Your Bathroom, But Should

6 Genius Things You Don't Have in Your Bathroom, But Should
As a society, we're constantly trying to make our lives easier, speed up everyday tasks and find products to hack our routines. While we're constantly on the hunt for new technology that can multitask for us, there are plenty of affordable products already on the market that can change your life-or at least your life in the bathroom. (apartmenttherapy.com) > Read More
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How to Remove and Replace Stained Grout

How to Remove and Replace Stained Grout
Most homeowners don't know that they can replace the stained grout on their ceramic tile. In this short but detailed video by DIY Network, you'll learn that replacing the grout is totally possible and actually pretty easy to do. No professionals needed on this one, just a little patience and some tools. (diynetwork.com) > Read More
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14 Clever Home Hacks for the DIY'er

14 Clever Home Hacks for the DIY'er
If you like to DIY, then you know there are certain household chores and problems that never seem to go away. Every once in awhile though, we come across these little nuggets of genius that make us wish we had thought of it first! (www.decoratingyoursmallspace.com) > Read More
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Signs Your Contractor Has No Idea What He's Doing

Signs Your Contractor Has No Idea What He's Doing
Trying to find a contractor on your own can be tricky. You could end up working with someone you can't trust or rely on. They may have a great demeanor over the phone and offer you an excellent deal and then cut corners on the job site and leave you in the dark about their progress. (thespruce.com) > Read More
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How to Make a Big Statement With a Small Yard

How to Make a Big Statement With a Small Yard
Not everyone dreams of a lush and sprawling backyard. So playing down diminutive outdoor space in your listing could be a missed opportunity to connect with a buyer who sees a postage-stamp lawn or a compact front stoop as a plus. (realtor.org) > Read More
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How to Repair a Screen Door

How to Repair a Screen Door
A patio door is a great way to bring the spaciousness of the outdoors into your home. As for routine maintenance, there's little more to do than keep the track and rollers clean. That is, until someone accidentally tears the screen. (popularmechanics.com) > Read More
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22 Ways for Growing a Successful Vegetable Garden

22 Ways for Growing a Successful Vegetable Garden
Spring is fast approaching, so are you planning to grow a healthy and beautiful vegetable garden that will help beautify your home's outdoor and be a place of relaxation? Growing your own fruits and vegetables in the yard lets you spend more time outside, at the same time saves your money for buying organic food. (woohome.com) > Read More
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Questions to Ask Yourself Now So Your 2018 Closet Doesn't End Up Full of Clothes You Never Wear

Questions to Ask Yourself Now So Your 2018 Closet Doesn't End Up Full of Clothes You Never Wear
Your wardrobe can be inspired by AND communicate your personality, goals in life, and your particular brand of creativity. But before you toss out your entire wardrobe and hit the mall in desperation, ask yourself a few questions. (apartmenttherapy.com) > Read More
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9 Easy Ways to Cozy Up Your Home

9 Easy Ways to Cozy Up Your Home
When it's hot outside, you want your home to be minimalist and breezy, with no extra layers to capture the humidity or hold in heat. But once it gets chilly, you want those layers back to make the house feel warm and cozy. (realsimple.com) > Read More
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10 Tips to Help Your Houseplants Survive Fall & Winter

10 Tips to Help Your Houseplants Survive Fall & Winter
Pretty soon, your houseplants will be busy dodging drafts and soaking up every last ray of dwindling sunlight. To give your ferns and fiddle leaf figs a fighting chance at survival, follow these ten tips for winter plant care to get your plants through the worst of it. (apartmenttherapy.com) > Read More
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5 Facts About Selling a Home in the Winter

5 Facts About Selling a Home in the Winter
Can't wait until spring to sell your home? Winter can be a tough time to attract buyers, particularly if you live in a region where there's going to be ice and snow all around. Your home may not show as well in bad weather; however, it is possible. (rismedia.com) > Read More
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