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Updated 1 year 8 months ago
Flowers for spring may seem cliché, but there’s a reason you see floral designs year after year: you can’t shake a classic. Those first summer dresses, or bold bouquets in living room windows are the key to exciting a change of season. Get your DIY hats on and prepare for those sunny spring florals.   1. Give new life to old products You don't...
Updated 1 year 8 months ago
It’s that time of the year again! The time when you finally decide that your surroundings have become too monotonous, and you need to give your house a makeover. Renovations can be time-consuming and extremely expensive. This kind of decision requires a considerable amount of forethought before you make any changes. Planning will help you...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago
Saving for a down payment is a challenge for many first time homebuyers. If this sounds like you or someone you know, it might be time to change your habits. The information below offers tips to help you change your habits and save more money. SAVING FOR A DOWN PAYMENT. For many first-time buyers, saving for a down payment is a critical step on...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago
Everyone is all about personalization, especially when it comes to the home. And you can customize almost anything these days, especially the very special room you’ll bring your baby home to. And with so many options out there, more and more nurseries are looking just as sophisticated as master bedrooms and living areas in homes. Not only does it...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago
When it comes to your home, and family, you want it all to be safe. You lock the doors, close the bedroom window and set the security alarm. But, have you ever considered how easy it is to break into a basement window? Or climb up to your second floor?    1. Remove Bushes, Shrubbery from basement window front When there are bushes and shrubberies...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago
Selling a home can be a nightmare if not done correctly. Many sellers go about it in a haphazard way, and run into snags they never anticipated. This is one project that ought to be thoroughly planned down to the tiniest details. Here are some tips that will take the pain out of a stressful and often lengthy process.   Get a reading of the market...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago
Staging a home — instant interior makeovers intended to help increase a home’s resale value — isn’t rocket science. And, it’s not just for homes that have “For Sale” signs in the front yard. Just ask Emmy-nominated “Speed” home stager Jill Vegas, who uses the Internet and weekly action plans to help homeowners learn how to put their properties in...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago
These days, blogger Tanya of Dans Le Lakehouse is a pro home DIYer — but she was just a home-remodeling novice when she embarked on her first bathroom reno. Several years after the dust settled on the project, Tanya looked back objectively on what worked and what fell flat. What she discovered? It's easy to get bogged down in the thousands of...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago
If you’ve read my other column here on Nooga.com about our retro renovation, you know I’m in the midst of a renovation at my recently purchased '70s landing pad. The new (to us) house is quite different from our current home. There will be many home goods pieces that won’t make the move and many new pieces that I’ll need to purchase. For that...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago
Looking for the perfect way to welcome spring? Get your home ready for warmer weather and backyard parties by DIY-ing these fun outdoor projects! From flowers, signs, and wreaths, to larger DIYs like upgrading your shutters, tackle one of these projects this weekend to brighten up your home. Take a look at these 6 outdoor projects brought to you...

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