Remodeling

Jun 01

‘Shedquarters’… Perfect for home-based businesses, and…

Introducing “Shedquarters”: The Hot New Trend Home-Based Business Owners Are Drooling Over With remote workers and in-home start-ups becoming increasingly common, more and more people are working from home. But you always want to have separate living and working spaces, so your whole home doesn’t just morph into an office you can’t escape from. The new …

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Aug 15

8 Rental Kitchen Makeovers Under $100

Spice up bland decor with budget-friendly kitchen makeover ideas that solve common rental eyesores. A bland or outdated kitchen can present a steep challenge to any renter who craves a little more style in the heart of their home. That’s because the things that make the most impact in a kitchen — namely, appliances, cabinets, …

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Jul 23

16 Old-House Trends to Bring Back

This Old House’s staff looks at a lot of historical houses, so it’s no wonder that they’ve become quite attached to many of the old-house features of yesteryear. Which trends would we most like to see make a comeback? These 16 ideas made the cut, for both practical function and classic beauty. Laundry Chute Bring back …

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Jun 02

6 Upgrades Under $1,000 That Give You The Most Bang For Your Buck

If you want to increase your profit potential, strategic home improvement ideas in these six categories — some of which won’t cost you a thing — will give you the biggest return on your investment. 1. A budget-friendly kitchen remodel Real estate agents will tell you time and again: Kitchens and baths are what sell …

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Nov 09

Love Your Bathroom Forever: 9 Perfect Features

Fads? Phooey. If you’re looking for style, sanctuary, and long-term value, you can’t go wrong with these bathroom must-haves. Good-looking, hardworking bathroom features — like sleek, single-hole faucets and curbless showers — bring you maximum enjoyment now, and will up your home’s resale value when it comes time to sell. With the annual “Cost vs. …

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