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  • 5 Ways to Decorate with Birdcage Lanterns

    A birdcage lantern is often an elaborate décor item. They're made out of metal and typically feature a black, white, or metallic finish. They often have a stand in the center to put a tea light, but many models offer a flat bottom so you can fill the interior however you'd like. Some feature open cages while others offer glass sides. A birdcage lantern can complement your décor in many ways.
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  • Are You Opening An Optometry Practice?

    Until now, have you been working with other optometrists? If you have decided that you would rather have your own independent practice, you have more than likely taken care of things like building permits for your new office. Maybe you are now at the point where you are going to be decorating the different rooms of your practice. If that's the case, from the reception area to the other rooms that are part of your facility, here are some ideas that might help you.
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  • Moving In As Newlyweds? Hire An Interior Designer For Your New Home

    After getting married, you may start to work on all the details related to moving in with your spouse. This process can get a little tricky because you and your significant other may want to bring most or all your belongings, which means you will need to make them work together. In some cases, you will not be able to fit everything into the home based on square footage restrictions alone.
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  • Creative Ways To Frame Photographs Of Nature

    Photographs of nature can bring you back to moments that you enjoyed peace and solitude while appreciating the unblemished beauty of the woods, a water feature, or a majestic mountaintop. If you are an avid photographer, but have been stacking proof of your adventures in nondescript totes in your bedroom closet, break out the containers and frame some of the beautiful pictures so that you can enjoy them every day.
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  • Need Window Treatments? Why Draperies Are The Ideal Choice

    Nothing quite makes a room sing like the right window treatments. No matter how great the furniture might look or what kind of flooring you happen to have the room will still manage to seem a bit bare without excellent window treatments to tie everything together. When you're in the market for window treatments and are researching your options, you might be having a hard time narrowing down your list of options.
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  • Composite Vs. Real Wood Floors

    Redoing your floor is going to be a big remodel, but one that is well worth it. An old floor can make your home look outdated and out of style. It can be hard to decide what product to install since there are so many options on the market. This article specifically compares composite wood floors with real wood floors. Using Real Hardwood Planks Many types of hardwood have been used in all sorts of residential flooring.
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  • 3 Mindsets To Avoid As You Redo Your Kitchen Countertops

    If you are in the process of getting ready to redesign your kitchen, changing out your kitchen countertops will be a big part of redoing your kitchen. Here are a few mindsets that you should avoid while choosing how to redo your kitchen countertops. #1 Don't Let Potential Longevity Hold You Back There are so many articles out there about which material is the best for your kitchen countertops. If you start to read them all, it can start to feel like some materials are not that strong and will not last that long.
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  • 4 Things Your Interior Designer Needs To Know To Design The Perfect Room For Your Child

    If you're planning to redecorate your child's bedroom, it may be wise to solicit the help of an interior designer. A professional designer can help ensure that your child's room looks well put together and fashionable. Still, in order for the design project to turn out the way that you intend, there are several things that you will need to communicate to the interior designer. Here are a few of them: 
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  • Alternative Countertop Options For Your Kitchen

    When the idea of granite or laminate countertops is not appealing, you should look into some alternative options. By using one of the following materials, you will have the ability to create a unique countertop specifically for your kitchen. Glass Slab One unconventional material choice is a glass countertop. With this option, you get a solid piece of tempered glass that is highly durable. The manufacturing process strengthens the glass, which makes it moisture, heat and mold resistant.
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  • Update Your Bathroom's Vanity With A Decorative Backsplash And Border

    Update a bland looking vanity in your home's bathroom by creating a backsplash with stick on tiles behind the sink. Further enhance the vanity by adding a self-adhesive border across the top of its cabinet doors. The following steps will teach you how to successfully complete this project so that the bathroom has a more inviting and stylish appearance. Materials soapy water degreaser sponge lint-free cloth stick-on tiles tile cutter scissors measuring tape pencil self-adhesive border squeegee Clean And Measure The Area Behind The Sink And Attach The Tiles
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