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Winter Is Coming: Decorating Your Home for the Cold Season

These days, when you hear the word “winter,” one of the first things that come to mind is Christmas décor. Sure, these holiday decorations up that Christmasy vibe throughout the household and make everyone cozy and cheery. But when Christmas is over, you might notice that your home feels bleak and drab without the Christmas

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Taking Home Design Inspirations from Commercial Spaces

Designing a home can be challenging. You have to figure out how to maximize each room without overcrowding it. It shouldn’t just be functional. It also has to be pleasant to look at since you’re spending a lot of time on it. On the bright side, there are loads of resources that can help you

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Turn Your Home into a Study Haven

It looks like the pandemic and its accompanying effects on work and home life are going be here a while, so both citizens and businesses are gearing up for the long haul that is the “new normal.” Many companies, for example, have asked their employees to work remotely. While both (some) state and the federal

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A Garden that Rocks: Building Your Rock Garden

More often than not, when you think about a garden, green foliage and colorful flowers come to mind. However, that is not an absolute rule. You can make your rocks and the earth components of your yard the centerpiece and create a stunning space. That is an interesting take in yard aesthetics, as it allows

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Details That Make Your Home Look Professionally Designed

Attention to detail is never more important than in home interior design. Most people focus on the obvious matters, like acquiring furniture and room accessories that “should” be present in a room, rather than strategize on the design and functionality of the entire space. While it is important to pay attention to the centerpieces of

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Making Quarantine a Pleasant Time for Solitude

Many people are still reeling after the shock of witnessing the devastation of the current health crisis. Many are accepting that spending more time at home is the only way to safely move forward in life, though some governments are cautiously opening economies and lifting their stay-at-home directives. While others are adapting well to a


Ways to Address Standing Water Issue on Your Flat Roof

Water damage is no joking matter. Around 40% of roofs are usually damaged because of water intrusions and the numbers rising every year. Since water is one of the most common ways your roof can get damaged, most homeowners will opt for a gable-shaped roof, which efficiently lets water flow downwards. However, most commercial buildings use

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A Guide to Pools That Impress

Pools have come a long way from being just rectangular pits filled with water and a pump. Now, there are different designs and types to match any house’s or hotel’s style and aspirations. Whatever type of pool you go with, bear in mind that pool maintenance is an ongoing measure that has to be taken

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4 Ways to Make Your Swimming Pool Safer for Everyone

If you own a swimming pool, ensure the safety of everyone by taking extra steps. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) placed drowning fifth among the leading causes of unintentional deaths in the U.S. Aside from drowning, there are other pool-related injuries such as bruises, broken bones, and skin irritations. Here are four ideas to keep the swimming

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