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Add Color to Your Home for Less

July 23rd, 2014

There are plenty of ways you can add color to your home for less than you think it will cost you. Certainly, the budget-friendliest way to have a major impact in a room is to paint it a new hue. But adding accessories and soft furnishings that introduce strategic spurts of color throughout your home decor is another option that won't break the bank.If you aren't sold...

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Transition Your Home Into Summertime

June 6th, 2014

They key to a summery interior decorating scheme is lightening the main elements of your living spaces. In the wintertime, floor rugs and thick curtains are staples to stay warm and keep heat inside. These decorations are no longer functional in warmer weather and can make a home feel gloomy. Switching up a few areas of your home will help it seem breezy...

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Small Home Improvements that Pack a Major Punch

May 23rd, 2014

In general, small home improvements are often do-it-yourself projects, and what you choose to improve makes all the difference.Who says you have to spend big to shine? Certainly not This Old House, which featured a wide range of ideas for renovating on a budget.Do it yourself One of the improvements This Old House featured was the homegrown evolution from a bedroom with a...

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Make Floral Eau De Toilette Style Perfume At Home

March 16th, 2014

Floral eau de toilette style perfume has been around for a long time. In English, "eau de toilette" means "toilet water," but obviously this name is not literally derived from the water in a toilet bowl. Sometimes called "aromatic water" or "flower water," it's named for use in the bathroom following a bath or to freshen...

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Make Your Own Bubble Bath

January 3rd, 2014

At the end of a long day, nothing is more relaxing than a nice, warm bath. Warm water may help relax the muscles and allow you to get some relief from the tension you feel throughout the day. However, no bath is complete without bubbles, since no one wants to sit in a tub of plain water. While there are plenty of types of bubble bath that you can buy at the store, why not...

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Tips For Making Homemade Bubble Bath

November 27th, 2013

Virtually everyone enjoys a luxurious bubble bath, and some people get a special thrill out of crafting homemade cleaning materials like soap, candles and even bubble bath mix, rather than purchasing them at a store. Homemade bubble bath could even make an inexpensive, yet unique gift for a friend's special occasion.However, there are a few things to keep in mind when...

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Simple Safety Improvements To Include In Your Toddler's Room

October 30th, 2013

As your child transitions from the crib to a full-fledged room of his or her own, you're now accountable for a tottering toddler who can get into all sorts of mischief. When you begin the decorating process of your toddler's new room, there are a variety of safety improvements you should keep in mind to ensure that your child is safe and sound at any time of the...

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Two Great Fall Decor Ideas To Spruce Up Your Home

September 11th, 2013

With fall in full swing, you may want to show your festive side by adorning your home with great seasonal decor. This won't only show your ability to keep up with the changing seasons, but you'll be able to engage in crafty activities with the little ones. Here are two decorative ideas that you may want to consider. 1. Vintage paper leaf wreath While wreaths tend to come...

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Tips for Keeping Your Baby's Crib Safe And Secure

August 23rd, 2013

For small children, cribs should be the safest places in the world. There are some steps you may want to take in order to make sure your little one's sleeping station remains as secure as possible. BabyCenter notes that newly manufactured cribs must meet current regulatory standards for safety. However, used cribs may not be up to code. Because of this, parents may want to...

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Tips for Updating Your Bathroom With Little Expense

August 1st, 2013

Homeowners can take a less expensive route to updating their bathroom than a renovation that costs thousands of dollars. There are many small changes that include introducing color, new hardware or refinishing on cabinets that can breathe new life into existing d├ęcor.Shelves for storage and style The American Society of Interior Designers reports that open shelving, for...

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