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How To Properly Paint a Red Wall

Like fashion, nothing makes a statement like red. But before you grab a paintbrush and that can of cherry, rust, or ruby, heed the story of this month's Jane-in-training, Jeryl.

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How to Winterize Your Windows

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How to Keep Your Windows From Letting In The Cold

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With the winter about to blow in, don't spend another year throwing money out the window. By sealing your windows before the season hits you'll keep warmer during those long winter months and cut your heating bills by more than 30%!

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How To Install Shelving with Flair!

Shelving is a great way to add both functionality and charm to any room of your home. Wall shelves are perfect additions for helping you stay organized and showcasing your personal treasures.

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How To Install Wainscoting

Remove the baseboards by prying them off with a putty knife. (In some cases, you can keep your existing baseboards, but it won't look as nice.) Remove your old baseboards gently, as not to damage the drywall. If the putty knife is not working, use a pry board instead.

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Go Faux: Denim

It is important to note that this color is going to create the white part of the jean look. But beware! Whatever paint color you had underneath decades ago may rear its ugly head. To avoid this from happening you will want to prime the walls with a light yellow, white or cream base coat. You may even want to add a second coat if the old color is especially vibrant.

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How to Install a Ceiling Fan

We love ceiling fans: they offer style, lighting, and energy savings all in one package. Installing one is a project that will appeal to your practical and romantic sides at the same time.

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Repairing Large Holes in Your Window Screens

Holes in your window screens aren't just ugly, they're annoying. Learn how easy and inexpensive it is to repair holes and even replace the entire screen.

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Repairing Medium Holes in Your Window Screens

Holes in your window screens aren't just ugly, they're annoying. Mosquitoes, flies, bees will eventually find their way into your house. Whether you're afraid of West Nile Virus or nasty bites that drive you crazy, a screen with holes is literally an open invitation to flying foes.

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How To Fix a Small Drywall Hole

Everyday life leaves its reminders on our homes. If your family room walls are starting to look like Swiss cheese, relax, you can fix them in minutes.

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