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Improving the Look of Your Kitchen? Here is What You Should Do

Improving the Look of Your Kitchen? Here is What You Should Do

by Valerie Muscat on Feb 4, 2020

When you put your home on a selling list, a prudent buyer will first inspect your kitchen to get an overall idea about the place. Which speaks volumes about the importance of a beautiful kitchen. However, apart from the selling perspective, there are many reasons why your kitchen should always maintain a sparkling look. Continue reading →

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Five Most Common Bathroom Types

Five Most Common Bathroom Types

by Guest on Feb 4, 2020

By definition, all bathrooms contain at least a sink and toilet. Not all contain a shower, and some contain more than the standard toilet, shower and sink. So let’s learn about the top five most common bathroom types and discuss the design challenges each poses. Continue reading →

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Bringing an Old Fridge Back to "Like New" Condition - Top Tips

Bringing an Old Fridge Back to "Like New" Condition - Top Tips

by Boris Dzhingarov on Feb 11, 2020

Fresh new shiny appliances for your kitchen are always exciting. They work smoothly, look modern and sleek, and add a touch of elegance to the kitchen. But these major appliances don’t come cheap, and typically aren’t something you want to replace on a regular basis. Continue reading →

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Add Value with Better Bathroom Design

Add Value with Better Bathroom Design

by Boris Dzhingarov on Feb 15, 2020

Enhancing your home can increase the value of your property, as well as create a more comfortable living environment. Whether you live in a one-bed apartment or a spacious family home, a bathroom is a critical part of the property. Continue reading →

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How Walk-in Showers Can Aid Those with Reduced Mobility

How Walk-in Showers Can Aid Those with Reduced Mobility

by Guest on Mar 28, 2020

If you have less than perfect mobility, the chances are lowering yourself into a bath-tub is out of the question. But if you have a shower that's fixed over the bath, the chances are that having a shower can be a less than easy experience too. Bathrooms can be very hazardous environments; slippery floors, bath sides or shower trays to negotiate as well as the difficulty in standing for long periods in the shower. Continue reading →

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Budget Bathroom Remodeling for an Updated Look

Budget Bathroom Remodeling for an Updated Look

by Blewitt on Apr 21, 2020

Do you know how many hours a week you spend in your bathroom? As a homeowner, the bathroom is one of the most used rooms in a house. Wouldn't you rather spend this time in a room that is not only functional but aesthetically pleasing as well? Continue reading →

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The Best 7 Upgrades You Can Make to Your Kitchen

The Best 7 Upgrades You Can Make to Your Kitchen

by Guest on May 16, 2020

Upgrading your kitchen is one of the best decisions you can make for your home. This is because not only is it a room that you spend a lot of time in, but it can even boost your home’s value. If you’d like to upgrade your home’s kitchen, but you’re unsure of where to start, here are the 7 best ways to do it. Continue reading →

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Bored In Lockdown? Refresh Your Kitchen

Bored In Lockdown? Refresh Your Kitchen

by Mark Klein on Jun 3, 2020

People around the world are taking advantage of their time in lockdown to tackle home improvement projects. A common area of focus is the kitchen, where a home stands to gain the most value. Continue reading →

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