Once considered a little too bold for most houses, stark black-and-white decorations have been growing in popularity in recent times and is on track to be one of the most popular interior color trends for 2020. While it isn’t difficult to find home goods in these colors, a lot of people aren’t sure where […]

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  At the end of seemingly every year, everyone rolls out their ideas for what your house is going to look like in 2020. Some of them are actually cute and usable, some of them are seemingly only destined for expensive studio apartments in Manhattan but are nice to look at, and some of them […]

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  Everyone out there has the ubiquitous junk drawer, right? But even after that first drawer is chock full of scissors and batteries, have you ever wondered what to do with the rest of your drawers? Sometimes, people’s homes just have more drawers than they can actually effectively use. It might sound like a great […]

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  Even in the connected world we all live in today, there’s still a lot of paperwork that comes into our homes. Physical tax documents, printed receipts, schoolwork, postcards from your mom’s trip to Costa Rica – as much as we all like to think we’ve gone totally paperless, there’s still a good amount of […]

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  So you bought a house, and while you’re stocking it up full of furniture, entertainment options, and cooking supplies, there’s one area you might not want to overlook – the toolbox! Benjamin Franklin (probably) once said that the only sure things in life are death, taxes, and the fact that something in your house […]

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  Whether you’re on the road for work, you’re driving down to mom’s house for the holidays, or you’re finally flying down to one of those islands you normally only see in James Bond movies, planning for a big trip can be one of the most exciting – and stressful – things you’ll do this […]

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  No matter how well or poorly the economy is faring, more people in America are living in multigenerational homes these days than ever. Whether it’s young adults moving back home to save money for the next phase in their lives, elderly parents or relatives moving in to avoid the nursing home and age in […]

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