Category: Home Decor and Design

Moving Tips For City Dwellers

There are many reasons why people up and leave a particular place. However, moving to a different location can be stressful and overwhelming at times, regardless of the cause. Besides planning your move ahead of time, there are other things you can do to make it hassle-free. Here are a few essential moving tips for…

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3 Tips for Child-Proofing Your Garage

Having a baby brings many changes to your life. In order to get ready for a new baby, you have to buy clothing and supplies, attend regular prenatal doctor visits, and carefully baby-proof your home. Baby-proofing can be a tedious task because many everyday items are potential dangers to your baby. As your child gets…

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Renovating? How to Craft a Chef Quality Kitchen

If you’re in love with your home, but not the space you cook and entertain in, you may want to consider upgrading things. A luxurious, chef-quality kitchen can be a major selling point if you ever decide to sell your home, and in the meantime, it gives you plenty to enjoy as you meal prep and cook…

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Home-Selling Checklist: 5 Things to Do Before Selling Your House

If you are looking to move, you may feel a sense of dread entering your psyche. Booking movers, selling your house, buying a new house, relocating your family, and more can make moving to a new place feel overwhelming. Whether you are making a local move or moving from Greensboro to Fort Lauderdale, here are…

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Most Common Kitchen Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Kitchens are where culinary magic happens, but they are also where accidents and injuries happen. Amateur and professional chefs alike need to practice kitchen-safety to prevent avoidable injuries. Taking precautions, using proper technique, and being aware can reduce common kitchen injuries. Cuts Knives and other sharp objects are everywhere in the kitchen. Not knowing how…

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6 Ways to Transform an Old House Into a Home

Whether an old house is simply more affordable than a new one, or it is just more exciting to fix up, there are plenty of homeowners looking to transform their properties into the home of their dreams. Learning how to do a great job with a fixer-upper can be quite difficult, though, especially if you…

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Banishing Clutter and Waste

Americans have a lot of “stuff.” Studies have shown that Americans own more things now than ever, and that much of what we own is little more than “junk”—cheap, mass-produced stuff that fills up homes and landfills alike. We’re buying more of that sort of thing, and we’re not getting rid of it as fast…

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What’s the Best Way to Pay for Home Improvements?

If you are ready to make some improvements to your home, the cost is likely at the top of your mind. Some improvements may be cosmetic things that you have saved up for. However, other home improvements, such as foundation repair or a new roof, are vitally important to your home and can prevent you…

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