The word of the day in many living rooms is “contemporary”. As fashions for living room furniture change and evolve with the times, many homeowners and decorating specialists have begun to lean towards cutting-edge, contemporary styles for most living rooms.   While the word can mean a lot of things to a lot of […]

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  Spring has very slowly started to spring for most of the country, and for all of you amateur declutter-ers out there, it means one thing: spring cleaning! While the weather slowly returns to something a bit more livable (especially after a winter that included record snowfall and polar vortexes), a lot of us have […]

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  Food allergies can run the gamut from being a painful inconvenience to something potentially fatal if not treated correctly, and they make food safety a top priority in the home. While the easiest solution is to just avoid buying anything with allergens, it’s not always that easy and in many cases the goal becomes […]

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  No matter how well-organized your home, sometimes it feels like there’s no room for you to get things done, right? Home office furniture, even the most modern designs, can require space that you just don’t have in a home. And using something like the dining room table or the kitchen counter for things like […]

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  In life, there’s a lot of big choices to make: what to do after high school, what your dream job should be, if you should pay extra for guacamole on your burrito, what size TV stand you need… Okay, some of those aren’t as life-changing as others, but they deserve having thought put into […]

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  One of the biggest complaints younger kids have about their closet is how hard it can be to use at times. Whether due to height/size issues, poor layout, or just too much stuff, a lot of kids find themselves abandoning their closets altogether because they’re just too tough to use. Sometimes the root cause […]

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  When you hear “bad habits” you usually assume something negative—eating too much, staying up too late, skipping out on exercise, and so on. But bad habits can start to creep into otherwise ‘positive’ activities too, like cleaning. Even if you’re a frequent tidy-upper, you can start making things into a habit that you shouldn’t. […]

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