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5 aging-in-place bathroom upgrades to make while you're young(er)

Is it ever too early to think about aging in place, and making home improvements that will allow you to remain living in the same house well into your golden years? Homeowners in their 60s and 70s are no longer the only Americans investing thought and money into preparing their homes to meet their needs as they grow older — and thats good news, according to HomeAdvisors 2016 Aging-in-Place report.If homeowners start early, they can spend sufficient time researching and... read more
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How to use color psychology to influence the mood of your home

Looking to make a few changes around the house? A fresh coat of paint can make a big difference on the look of your home and how you feel living in it. But unless youre a color expert, its hard to know what colors are best among the endless array of options. A great place to start is...
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5 renovation resolutions for your home this year

Spring spruce-ups often focus on the outdoors, but when summer temperatures arrive, its time to move your home improvement efforts indoors. Keep cool and reinvent your homes interior with stylish décor that adds the wow factor summer deserves.These five refreshing projects will help create a beautiful setting worthy of every season.Address those kitchen cabinets. The cabinets are a...

Top 6 home decorating trends

If youre planning to tackle a home decorating project this year, here are the top trends you should consider:1. Marble wallpaper: A lot of the 2017 trends are about going back to classic styles, and it doesnt get much more classic than marble. Few materials evoke high-end living as simply and effectively as marble, a global symbol of...
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Get safer drinking water

Your home plumbing could be making you sick and costing you money. Hard water, which contains high levels of calcium and magnesium, may be directly contributing to the buildup of dangerous bacteria in your household pipes. This is a serious problem across the United States, especially when you consider that nearly 90 percent of American homes have hard...
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