Why Using Granite Countertops Is Great For Modern Kitchens

Posted on: 17 July 2017

Anyone who is on the fence about granite countertops needs to understand why they are a popular modern style choice for many people. Here is a detailed look at what to expect from these countertops, including the potential cost they'll add to a remodeling project. Why Granite Is Great For Modern Looks So why are an increasing number of people turning to granite countertops to create a modern style? They are a diverse, sturdy, and easy-to-adapt type that is fun to install and great for many different kitchen styles.
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Tips For Maintaining And Cleaning Marble Mosaic Tile Floors

Posted on: 12 June 2017

If you have recently installed a custom marble mosaic tile floor in your home's entry hall, then it is important you know how to clean and maintain it. With proper cleaning, your new marble mosaic floor will look as new as the day it was installed for many decades into the future. To this end, here are some time-tested tips for cleaning and maintaining residential custom marble mosaic tile floors:
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Three Window Covering Mistakes For Pet Owners To Avoid

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Window coverings are a must for privacy and keeping out light, plus they are a major decorative element in any room. Choosing the right coverings is even more challenging if you have a pet like a cat or a dog, since they are also drawn to the windows. Avoiding the following mistakes will help you find a window treatment both you and your pet can live with. #1: Overlooking your pet's window needs
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Home Staging: 3 Easy Tricks For Making A Small Space Appear Larger

Posted on: 10 March 2017

Selling a home can be difficult, especially if the market isn't favorable. Homes can sit for weeks – or even months – without a bid. Luckily, you can make your home more appealing and improve your chances for a quick sale by staging it. Often thought of as a complex process, staging your home highlights all the good aspects of your home – while minimizing the downsides. If you're like most people, you probably want your home to appear larger.
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