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  • 3 Clever Ways to Use Cable Rail Indoors

    These days, more and more homeowners are looking to merge the indoors with the outdoors for an open, cohesive ambiance. Large windows and doors can accomplish this look, but using similar design touches inside and outside are another way to merge the two areas. For example, matching the interior railing infill with the outdoors’ can

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  • Five Home Improvement Trends To Watch In 2019

    Do you follow the home improvement industry? If so, the Home Improvement Research Institute thinks you should pay attention to these key trends in 2019. The nonprofit trade association is comprised of global building product manufacturers, national retail chains and allied organizations on the media and information side. These five takeaways were among the key points industry

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  • This Dream Kitchen’s Loaded With Features You’ll Wish You Had

    Cooking is a ton of work—especially when you’ve been running around all day and have zero energy to care when dinnertime rolls around—but there are some insane new features (all of them in our Whole Home project’s kitchen) that make cooking a total breeze. And many of them help you actually eat healthier, too, so it’s an all-around

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  • FIVE PRODUCTS FOR A STORAGE-SAVVY GARAGE

    Homeowners are now turning their garages into fully functioning areas of the home. From work stations for a variety of hobbies to an area to store equipment for outdoor recreation activities and other pastimes, these products will outfit the space to meet owner demand. Monkey Bar Storage Monkey Bars offers an innovative shelving solution for

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  • These 4 colors can be the kiss of death when selling your home

    A fresh coat of paint is a fairly inexpensive way to refresh the look of your home; the average exterior paint job costs about $2,600, while interior paint costs $1,660, according to Home Advisor. But choose the wrong shade and you could wind up regretting it later. Paint your home with a weird color either inside or

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  • First Wave Reimagines Commercial Glass Rinsers for Residential Kitchens

    Bars and restaurants have long been turning to glass rinsers to power wash residue from bottles, cups, and glasses—to either pre-clean for the dishwasher or help care for delicate items that require hand washing. This week, Delta Faucet Company’s Innovation Lab, dubbed First Wave, introduced the first model that’s reimagined for residential use. Composed of a

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