Maybe it’s just us, but it seems like in most homes the kitchen is the room most prone to getting a big makeover. We don’t just mean the sort of “move this couch” or “set up a new nightstand” projects you get in living rooms or bedrooms. Between how much work gets done in […]

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  Have you ever looked at wooden wall shelves and been a little…unsure what kind you liked? Maybe it was a question of finish, maybe it was a question of material, or maybe you just weren’t sure where you wanted to hang them. All of these are good questions to ask before embarking on any […]

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“Decluttering”. When you say it like that, it sounds like such a chore, doesn’t it? And like all chores, if you don’t go into it with a good plan and the right attitude, you’re probably not going to get too far. One method we’ve found of helping to stay focused on your decluttering is to […]

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The end of summer vacation brings a lot of mixed feelings, doesn’t it? Everyone has to get back on their school schedules, and sometimes it can feel like the days are a little more…hollow.   Of course, this sort of spare time can actually be a huge benefit. Think back to all the things you […]

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Closets are just like any other kind of bedroom storage—when they work, it’s great and you don’t think about it, but when it starts to get a little cluttered and hard to use, it can throw your whole routine off balance. While closet organization can go a long way, sometimes it isn’t enough to contain […]

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Sadly, depending on the age of your home and/or where you live, you’ve likely had to contend with a musty basement once or twice. Moisture can get in, seals can fail, the temperature can fluctuate, and it can get awfully hard to safely keep anything in there. If you’ve been battling moisture and mildew in […]

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A lot of people look at ‘epoxy shelving’ and assume that it’s the kind of heavy-duty stuff you only see in factories or restaurants. While you’re not wrong for thinking that, the truth is that there’s actually a lot of ways you can use it around the house for safe storage of items that can […]

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