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  • The Modern Guide To Choosing The Right Bed Sheets  By : Branka Ilech
    Do you realize that you spend a full one-third of your life in bed? That’s a lot of time, and knowing that, wouldn’t it make sense to make sure that you’re as comfortable as possible while you’re there? We’ve all slept on scratchy sheets or those that are so thin you can almost see through them. But a good night’s rest requires a certain level of comfort that simply can’t be had with poor quality bed sheets.
  • Housing Tips For The Homeowner  By : James Monahan
    In order to avoid mistakes, you as the homeowner, planning to build a house, must have some basic knowledge about house planning and design. This will save you money and even free yourself from future emotional distress resulting from being not satisfied with the outcome of your house.
  • How to Hang a Picture Properly  By : Gregg Hall
    Hanging a picture may seem like the simplest of all home improvement projects. While it is quite easy, there are factors like wall type and object weight that you need to consider before hammering away. If you’re a beginner or if you’ve hung pictures before but always done some in a hit or miss kind of manner, these tips will come in useful.
  • Ideas On How To Use Container Gardening To Decorate Your House And Garden  By : Mary Hanna
    This article by Mary Hanna is meant to give you some great ideas on how to use Container Gardening to enhance you House and Garden. Container Gardening can be fun and rewarding to all gardeners even in winter.
  • 10 Tips For Decorating Kids Bedrooms  By : Lee Dobbins
    These tips can help you decorate the perfect bedroom for your young child.
  • Clocks as Home Decors  By : John Morris
    Clocks are more than just mere timepieces. They can be used as good decorative pieces in your home. They come in various sizes and shapes...
  • Decorating Your Home With Mirrors  By : John Morris
    Putting mirrors in your house can do wonders, especially if you have limited space, or you just want to decorate your home. Why mirrors? Because mirrors enhance light and reflection, they could help improve what your house looks like...
  • Elegance and Sophistication - Choosing the Right Candelabras  By : John Morris
    Used for centuries, candelabras were once bringers of light to homes and cathedrals. but with the advent of electricity, the candelabra was shamefully put aside...
  • Room Divider - The House Manager  By : John Morris
    As much as possible, one wants aspects of life separated from each other. With each and every aspect already hard enough manage on their own, some separation can help you to keep things exclusive and concentrate on a certain aspect of your life...
  • How to Choose Fireplace Screens to Enhance Your Home  By : John Morris
    Before, Americans used fireplaces in order to provide heat inside the home. With modern heating appliances and central or under floor heating, fireplaces have become more of a pursuit in architecture and made a decoration rather than the primary method of heating your home...
  • Ultimate Closet Makeovers - Wire Shelving  By : John Morris
    How much time do you waste searching for things in your closet? How much of your wardrobe never sees the light of day because it is stuck at the bottom of the pile? Ever have those Aha!..
  • Practical Mud Rooms  By : Julien Raynal
    A mud room is a necessity as it acts as a transition point in your home; the transition from the outdoors to the indoors. Mudrooms were originally the spot where the family deposited their dirty work clothes and shoes and washed up before they entered the home.
  • Organizing Family Rooms  By : Julien Raynal
    The family room is the room where the family does more “living” compared to the living room. The family room is where homework gets done, games are played and where people hang out. Learn to organize intelligently.
  • Collecting and Choosing the Right Bookends for Your Home  By : Julien Raynal
    Bookends have practical uses. If you read books or have a collection of books in your home or your office, you probably have some bookends. Bookends ensure that your books are stored neatly in an upright position.
  • Creating a Great Game Room  By : Julien Raynal
    Making use of a basement space can be a challenge. One of the most popular uses for basements are game rooms.
  • Wall Decorations and Home Interior Design  By : Julien Raynal
    A big part of home interior decorating is determining what to use on your walls. You can mount pictures, posters, paintings or mirrors to bring out the decorative balance in your room.
  • Furnishing a Spare Room  By : Julien Raynal
    You have an extra room in your house and you’d like it to utilize the space for multiple purposes; a spare bedroom, an office, retreat and occasionally playroom.
  • Dividing Multifunctional Rooms  By : Julien Raynal
    Living in a small two bedroom apartment with a family of four active children is a big challenge. During the summer the children spend the majority of their time outside in the nice weather.
  • The Use of Light Fixtures as Simple Makeover Ideas  By : Julien Raynal
    Sometimes a room may need a simple change to bring it up to date or increase its functionality. The ceiling is one wall that is sometimes overlooked.
  • A Quick Overview of Residential Lighting  By : Julien Raynal
    Lighting is an important element of a home as it not only illuminates the house but also brings changes in the one’s mood. Home interior lighting involves selecting and fitting light fixtures depending on the utility purpose of the room, cost, power consumption and many other factors.
  • Pool Table Lights Can Really Make a Game Room  By : Julien Raynal
    A pool table is an integral part of a game room. Be it a garage, separate game room, basement or a club with gaming rooms, pool tables have become a common feature as more and more people are taking an interest in this simple and interesting game.
  • Cabinet Hardware: Taking Care of the Details  By : Julien Raynal
    One of the most important and easiest ways to enhance the beauty of the house is to select a good and striking front door as it gives the very first impression for anyone looking at or entering the house.
  • Futons Have their Place in the Houselhold  By : Julien Raynal
    The word futon bed refers to the bedding system originally followed by the Japanese. The Japanese term for futon is shikibuton which means mattress.
  • Scandinavian Design Furniture Pieces Are Works Of Art  By : Jessica Deets
    Ever since the Vikings made their journeys into Europe, often wreaking havoc along the way, the Scandinavian people have been known for their spirit, determination and skill. When Scandinavian furniture is purchased either new or antique it's often considered a purchase in art as well.
  • Small Bedroom? Consider a Loft Bed to Save Floor Space  By : Timothy Rea
    How would you like to make that little bedroom bigger by building a loft bed that will provide more livable floor space for your child or teenager. This article will tell you what you need to buy and how to go about building the bed.
  • Advantages of Vinyl Window Treatments  By : Charles Kassotis
    Vinyl window treatments and what they can do for your home.
  • Different Styles Of Window Coverings Add Drama To Your Home  By : Lee Dobbins
    Learn about the different types and styles of curtains and find the perfect fit for your decor.
  • Candles for Mood Lighting  By : Emile Ruahihi
    Candlelight makes the most romantic type of light in existence. What is lovelier than entering a room lit with flickering flames on top of elegant candles. In addition to their fragrant aromas, candles form necessary lighting elements in homes of all shapes and sizes. Whether you live in a historic Victorian home elegantly furnished with antiques or a stark modern loft space that’s heavy on minimalism, candles can accentuate any space.
  • Cedar Chests Keep Traditions Alive  By : Kathy Moran
    Throughout the ages, every society has placed great emphasis and value on boxes that were made from stone, wood, marble, and many other materials, and bedecked with ornaments of every description. Many of these boxes, from tiny prayer boxes, to large
  • The Different Types Of Glass Available  By : Jonathon Midel
    Glass has been used for building decor for many years and doesn't always have to be functional. Sometimes people want to use glass and glass effects to beautify and creatively improve the look of a building. Many modern buildings feel cold and stark when only modern glass is installed.

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