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Faux-Painting Secrets: Give it the Tuscan Treatment

Cover your furniture and floor with tarps. Don't forget your gloves and protective eyewear. Apply taping mud, also called joint compound. This is a substance you already have on your walls in a thinner and more even coat; it helps get rid of the seams between pieces of drywall.

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5 DIY Tips for an Allergy-Free Home

I'm Allergic to My House!

Spring means warmer weather, longer days and that summer is right around the corner. While most of us are elated to bid farewell to the winter, for people with allergies spring means suffering. Blooming plants mean pollen galore, which triggers otherwise dormant hay fever symptoms for millions of Americans.

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7 Tips for Organizing Your Office

Help! I Can't Find Anything on My Desk

Is your home office a complete and utter mess? Are you too embarrassed to bring your boss into your workspace? Do you always meet clients someplace (anyplace!) other than your office? If this is you, not to worry--you're not alone. With all your files, supplies, samples and other paperwork, it is easy to let your home office get out of control. However, with only a little planning, you can bid goodbye to a chaotic and unproductive home office.

 

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Is Your Home Office a Real Office?

Is Your Home Office a help or a Hindrance?
Does Your Home Office Work for You?

A home office can be a luxury, affording you the comfort of working in your pajamas and eliminating the hassle of commuting more than a few feet to your desk. However, if your computer is tottering on a pile of papers on your dining room table and your files are stashed in a cardboard box under the kitchen sink, then you are probably not working at your maximum efficiency.

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Decorate your Way to a Sophisticated Home Office

Few of us have the opportunity to decorate our own office, but imagine if you could!

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How to Install Floating Shelves

Sometimes a big bookcase might make a room look and feel much smaller. See how floating shelves can feel light and airy, yet provide some much-needed surface area.

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How to Lay a Laminate Wood Floor

Get rid of that dingy carpet or faded linoleum and install a new laminate wood floor. It’s cheaper than hardwood flooring and easier to install and maintain.

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Does Your Home Office Work for You?

Whether you commute to work or have your office at home, it's essential that your workplace be comfortable. When we say comfortable we don't mean satin-sheets-and-plush-pillows kind of comfort, but a neat, tidy place where you can get as much done with minimal distraction.

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How To Replace Recessed Light Fixtures

Upgrade your dingy recessed lighting in minutes and increase the mood of your room and transform your ordinary space into something spectacular.

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