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Building A Patio To Increase Your Home’s Size

One of the top ten features new home buyers are looking for, a patio offers exciting and flexible additional living space for dining, cooking, entertainment and lounging. Adding an outdoor living area to an existing home is one of the most desired and least costly home improvements in the current real estate market. Depending on your budget and your home’s style, a patio can be as simple as a flagston ...

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Five Biggest Mistakes When Tiling

From the first thought of purchasing tiles to the last part of grouting and cleaning your tiles for use there can be many mistakes made along the way. Even the simplistic part of being caught short of tiles because you didn't purchase enough can be the first mistake that someone can make at the point of purchase. From the start many home owners make insufficient plans and make more mistakes along the way du ...

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Relax In Style With A Bath Pillow For A Modern Bathroom Experience

As you enjoy a well deserved soak in your double end bath, it is disagreeable when you find that resting your head can be tricky. Or after installing that waterproof TV in your bathroom, you may have realized that lying back in your standalone bath is not as relaxing as it once seemed. After all, lying back in such a posture does strain one’s neck and back muscles which end up stiffening. What you nee ...

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Accessorise Your Home With Wood

If you want to give your home a stylish, comfortable and natural feel then wood could be exactly what you need. Thanks to the popularity of out of town DIY stores it’s become far more fashionable to dress our homes with cheap materials than it once was. However, in recent years as people have begun to worry more about issues such as sustainability and environmental impact; in addition many people are ...

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Want Your Backyard To Really Stand Out? Let The Garden Fountains Of Bali Inspire Your Design

As a home owner, you may find yourself having a friendly competition with your neighbors in regards to whose yard is the “best looking in the neighborhood.” If you're a competitive homeowner, however, you're in luck because you can let the infamous garden fountains of Bali inspire your design and there will be no competition. If you really want to get your neighbors talking, you've probably hear ...

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Pruning Enhances Your Landscaping Efforts

Tree Pruning There can be several reasons for engaging in tree pruning. The decision to prune has to be made first and then you need to decide whether to hire it out or to do the job yourself. Some of the most common reasons for pruning your trees are: Reducing The Height Of Your Trees Shaping A Tree To Fit A Specific Design Thinning The Crown In Order To Promote Growth And Air Circulation Removing Bra ...

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Revamping Your Living Room? Go For Green!

The living room is often the part of the house in which the owner can pour out most of his/her creative ideas – from the color combinations of the couch and the walls, to the curtains and the flooring, as well as the decorations and other furniture. It is also among the most visited areas in the house as it is usually where the family gathers for special occasions, plus it’s where visitors are received and ...

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Granite Countertops Add Luxury And Value To Your NYC Apartment

The scarcity of granite countertops in NYC rentals can be surprising to newcomers looking for an apartment. Homeowners and landlords around the country are embracing granite for its durability, beauty and ability to increase a home's value. Granite provides a sense of luxury to almost any kitchen or bathroom. Granite Countertops in New York Apartments Unfortunately for New Yorkers, many landlords fail to re ...

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5 Design Trends That Never Go Out Of Style

When we think of “trends”, we think of fads that are over almost as quickly as they begin. Home design is a little different, though; it covers the enduring home features most desired by homeowners. Home décor is a very subjective area- style is highly personal, and it’s more about the broader details than one piece. Whether you’re a homeowner who’s decorating for the fi ...

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Your House Hunting Checklist

House hunting, when it’s time to leave the old nest and move up in the world. While you might be excited to start fresh in a new place, at the same time looking for a new home can be a seriously stressful experience. However, to avoid any major stress melt-downs we’ve compiled a checklist of points for everyone who’s looking to buy a new home. Create a Budget – Finances dictate all i ...

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