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Kitchen Counters: A Materials Overview

Kitchen Counters: A Materials Overview

by Guest on Feb 27, 2010

Kitchen countertops are available in an almost limitless array of materials and colors. Below are some of the more common counter surfaces with their respective advantages and disadvantages. Continue reading →

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Creating a Cottage Kitchen with Bead Board

Creating a Cottage Kitchen with Bead Board

by Guest on Mar 2, 2010

Kitchen decor can range from modern and bold to elegant and elaborate by using strategic kitchen pieces. One of the most popular decorating trends for a kitchen is the cottage look. The cottage kitchen makes use of simple, utilitarian designs. It is functional and simplistic, yet utterly charming. The cottage look also uses a liberal amount of white in its decor. White counters, white cabinets and white walls are all trademarks of a cottage kitchen. Any easy way to install a cottage feel into an Continue reading →

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How to Choose the Right Vessel Sink for Your Bathroom

How to Choose the Right Vessel Sink for Your Bathroom

by Guest on Mar 5, 2010

Vessel sinks are the hottest new trend in bathroom design. In many ways, vessel sinks are a throwback to a time before plumbing when people washed up each morning in elaborate china basins that sat atop their bedroom vanities. Continue reading →

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Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink: Ways to Choose

Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink: Ways to Choose

by Guest on Mar 6, 2010

Before buying kitchen sinks, you have to carefully plan the design of your kitchen. And as you are searching for the right sink, it would help if you check on the stainless steel kitchen sink. This can satisfy your design needs and the material is also durable to use. Continue reading →

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A Beautiful Addition to any Kitchen is Travertine Kitchen Countertops

A Beautiful Addition to any Kitchen is Travertine Kitchen Countertops

by Guest on Mar 12, 2010

A travertine kitchen countertop come in shades from coral reds to tan and many colors in between so you have lots of choices. Travertine belongs to the marble and limestone family so it is not the hardest stone so make sure you keep that in mind when you are deciding. Continue reading →

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Stainless Steel Sink are for Lifetime Use

Stainless Steel Sink are for Lifetime Use

by Guest on Mar 12, 2010

It is a good choice if you choose to use stainless material inside your house. Stainless steel sinks are the most common stainless materials inside our house. Using this stainless steel sink is very practical because it is durable and rust-free. Continue reading →

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Cleaning Stainless Steel Sinks

Cleaning Stainless Steel Sinks

by Guest on Apr 10, 2010

While stainless steel is very durable it is not completely maintenance-free. If the sink's surface is left wet or coated with food and other contaminants the metals in the sink cannot form this protective layer and become susceptible to stains and rust marks. Continue reading →

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Stainless Steel vs. Granite Composite Sinks

Stainless Steel vs. Granite Composite Sinks

by Guest on Apr 10, 2010

There are many choices when picking out your new kitchen sink. The most common sink found in remodeled homes is a stainless steel sink. Stainless steel sinks are common due to their durability and ability to match the look of more modern kitchen appliances. Continue reading →

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Learn the Basics of Bathroom Refinishing

Learn the Basics of Bathroom Refinishing

by Guest on Apr 12, 2010

The do-it-yourself fixer-upper you decided to invest in is finally nearing completion and looking like a decent place to live; there are only a few more projects to complete. Passing up the final touches like remodeling the guest bedroom, you look down at the tired old bathtub. Continue reading →

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Tips on How to Build a Canopy Bed

Tips on How to Build a Canopy Bed

by Guest on Apr 12, 2010

Getting Started to Build a Canopy Bed. If you want the simplest way of building a canopy bed, you might want to consider just making a canopy frame for an existing bed. It is also very cheap if you are going to use PVC pipes for the frame from which you can hang the fabric. Continue reading →

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