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Window Decorating For The Holidays Without Damaging Window Treatments

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Putting up fresh, new window treatments can bring a room back to life. With the holidays just around the corner, you are probably beginning to think about how you will decorate your home to create a festive and joyous environment for you to enjoy. One thing you don’t want to do is damage your new window treatments in any way. Below, you will find a few ideas that will help you decorate your windows without causing any damage to your new treatments.…

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A Pet Lover's Guide To Choosing Carpet

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If you own pets you may think that carpet isn’t for you, but that simply doesn’t have to be the case. Carpet is comfortable for both you and your pets, and adds a much needed sound buffer in a busy household. Armed with the right information, you can choose a carpet that is durable, beautiful and a perfect addition to your pet-friendly home. Why You Should Embrace Nylon One of the most important choices you can make when choosing carpeting for your household is the type of fiber used in its construction.…

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Hardwood Or Laminate? Choosing The Right Flooring In Your Commercial Space

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Hardwood is a versatile flooring option. It works equally well in an elegant decor as it does in a casual atmosphere. Depending on the finish it can be warm and cozy or modern and sleek. It is this versatility that has made genuine hardwood and its look-alike, laminate flooring, so popular. If you are trying to decide what type you should use on your commercial floor, here are a few points to consider.…

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4 Tips For Remodeling Small Bathrooms

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Remodeling your bathroom is a great way to add value to your home. Unfortunately, when you have a small bathroom, some of your ideas will need to be rethought. However, there are some great ideas that you can incorporate to not only make your bathroom seem bigger, but also achieve a great look. Opt for Skylights and Opaque Windows Light can be used to give the illusion that your bathroom is bigger than it actually is.…

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