Renting is an increasingly popular option these days for younger people or anyone who simply doesn’t want to bother with everything that goes into owning a home, like maintenance or yardwork. Of course, with those upsides come a few trade-offs, generally including the inability to really customize the space and do a lot of […]

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Consider, if you will, the humble shelf bracket. Largely designed to hold wall mounted shelves, shelf brackets have been increasingly popular among the handier decorators out there to serve a number of roles around the house, both decorative and functional. Best of all, it doesn’t take much to get started down the path of shelf […]

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While decluttering, some stuff is easier to get rid of than others—literally. We don’t just mean what a hard time you might have trying to sift through clothes you want to donate, but the stuff that’s actually difficult to discard like products that need to be recycled or disposed of safely due to environmental concerns. […]

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Whether you’re redecorating a room, repainting walls, or moving everything around, we know how it feels to suddenly have something in your room that just doesn’t quite match. And as helpful as wire shelving can be, sometimes it just doesn’t match the look you’re going for—similar to how the TV stand your mother gave you […]

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  Butcher block tops are a common sight in kitchens and seem to have one pretty immediate purpose – a cutting board/work surface designed to give you just a little extra room in the kitchen. And they do that job admirably! Everyone needs a safe place to chop up vegetables (or whatever) for dinner, and […]

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Summer time is the perfect time for things like barbecues, pool parties, and other fun outdoor gatherings – if you’ve got enough backyard to have them, that is! Most homeowners have a backyard, but it’s probably fair to say it doesn’t always get the attention it needs before the weather turns nice. It’s fine, we […]

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It’s summertime, and that means the kids are home from school – including your college students. The break between semesters can be pretty long, and if your college-aged kids aren’t involved in any summer classes (or if their school doesn’t offer them) they’re probably going to want to spend their time back at home to […]

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