Attractive Ideas For Light Control In The Family Room

Posted on: 19 October 2016

Dressing your windows isn't as simple as hanging some curtains. While this adds beauty to your d├ęcor, it may not be enough to actually control the light. You can layer drapes, but this gives a formal effect that may not suit a casual family room. Utilize blinds or shades to control how much sunlight enters your family space. Wooden Blinds Aluminum and vinyl are two common materials for window blinds. However, if your budget allows, consider wooden blinds.
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Relaxed Solutions For Your Busy Life: Decor That Doubles As Furniture And Appliances

Posted on: 22 September 2016

Tired of having to clean the furniture or have it professionally cleaned? Tired of having to scrub stains out of your couch, sofa, or loveseat? Maybe you are just plain tired of having to do so much and having it all seem so futile? You would not be the only one. Many stay-at-home spouses report being frustrated about the constant cleaning tasks they have to do and then having to repeat them and fork over money to do it all over again a month or two later.
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Two Tips To Help Keep Rodents Out Of Your Home

Posted on: 25 August 2016

If you're like many people, the thought of sharing your living space with a rodent is not a pleasant one.  The mental image of a mouse or rat running across your living room floor may be enough to give you the willies.  That's why it's important for you to do everything you can to keep rodents at bay.  Use this information to learn about two tips that can help keep your house rodent-free.
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4 Tips To Help Prevent Pipes Bursting In The Winter At Your Vacation Home

Posted on: 29 July 2016

Owning a vacation home on a lake can provide wonderful summer memories, but when winter approaches, a lot of people close up their lake house since it is too cold to enjoy. If you have recently purchased a lake house in an area where it is very cold in the winter, it is important to take several steps to prevent your pipes from freezing and bursting during the winter months when no one is using the residence.
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