A recent trend we’ve started seeing is the use of slanted shelf bookcases in the home. Thanks to their unique design, they’re capable of storing and displaying items in a more dynamic way than standard home bookshelves and can add a unique touch to any room they’re kept in, no matter what they’re being […]

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  Expensive pieces, family heirlooms, daily-wear earrings—whatever your taste or style, you may have a collection of jewelry at home. Of course, anyone who owns jewelry knows exactly how hard it can be to store and organize. Necklaces can get tangled, cufflinks can vanish, watches can get scuffed by laying face-down, and it can become […]

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  Console tables, also referred to as sofa tables, are a versatile table that can fill a surprising amount of needs around your home. Similar in design to end tables, console tables are low-profile and classically-designed tables that offer both storage and decoration, perfect for areas that need something more classy than the usual basement […]

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  The craftier among you may be relishing the holiday season. Whatever you celebrate, there’s always an excuse to hand out homemade cards and get started on handmade gifts. Of course, as any true craft lover knows, a lot of supplies come with these projects, and the mess can get out of hand pretty quickly […]

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  Crown molding is a common and popular way of adding a little class and decoration to a room without doing massive overhauls or changing what’s already in there. It can easily take the place of other types of molding or edging, and the tasteful design gives it an immediate visual impact without being overbearing […]

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  When wintertime rolls around, some of us try to make the most of it by actually spending more time outdoors. Skiing, snowboarding, hiking, the list goes on. A bevy of wintertime activities exist to help the more outdoorsy among us shake off the winter blues and stay active, but as with all outdoor sports […]

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  Growing up, my mom would frequently tell me “you have to make a mess to clean a mess”. In hindsight she was probably just telling me that to make me feel better about the fact that, while cleaning my room, it would frequently look worse than it did when I started until the whole […]

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