Remodeling Your Home for Resale

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A popular investment is to buy a house that needs a lot of work, fix it up, and then sell it for a profit. But even if your house is in good condition, some simple remodeling can help you get a higher price on the market when you decide to sell. If you’re planning on selling your house, then read on for some tips on how to remodel it to increase your resale value and attract more buyers. Improve your curb appeal First impressions matter when it comes to buying and selling houses. If the front of your home is unattractive, then this could influence the opinion of potential buyers before they’ve even stepped foot inside your home. Simple things like tidying up the front yard or applying a fresh…
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Mixing and Matching Kitchen Cabinet Hardware

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There are lots of different styles to choose from when it comes to your kitchen cabinet handles. Do you want long pull bars, which can offer a contemporary aesthetic, or small cup pulls for a more rustic, farmhouse appeal? The hardware you choose is important for both style and functionality. They must look good while also feeling comfortable to use. Different types of cabinet hardware First, let’s look at some of your options when it comes to choosing the hardware for your kitchen cabinets. Here are some of the most popular styles: Round knobsSquare knobsBar pullsCup pullsBin pullsLatch pullsFinger pulls Should you mix and match your cabinet hardware? If you’re looking to add some variety to your kitchen’s design, then you don’t just have to settle for a single style…
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The Best Materials for Kitchen Cabinet Hardware

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Are you looking to upgrade your kitchen cabinets? Whether you’re doing an entire kitchen remodel or are looking for low-cost ways to enhance the style of the room, new cabinet hardware is an important purchase. Which material should you go for? Here are some of the most popular choices to consider. Chrome Chrome is a stand-out hardware material that can be suited to either modern or traditional kitchen styles. The metal core is coated with a chromium veneer, typically with either a polished or brushed finish. Polished chrome hardware has a shiny, reflective finish that can look really nice, although it is more likely to show up smudges and fingerprints, so may require more frequent cleaning. Brushed chrome, on the other hand, has more of a matte finish so can…
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Reach-In vs. Walk-In Closets

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Do you want to upgrade the closet space in your home? Or perhaps you’re designing your dream home and are wondering what kind of closet system is right for you. Walk-in closets and reach-in closets are the two most popular styles of closets for you to choose from. We’ll provide a quick guide on the differences between walk-in and reach-in closets, and the benefits of each. What’s the difference? The names of these two types of closets are pretty self-explanatory. A walk-in closet is essentially a small room, so you can literally walk into your closet and have all your clothes, shoes, and other stored belongings around you. A reach-in closet, on the other hand, has less space and is usually made up of a mixture of shelves, drawers, and…
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What Kind of Door Should Your Closet Have?

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The great thing about custom closet systems is that they can be completely personalized to suit your needs, preferences, and the space you have available. But it’s not just the space inside the closet that matters; the door to your closet also deserves some consideration. Here are a few of the most popular doorway options when it comes to designing your custom closet. Hinge doors The most common closet door is a regular hinge or swing door, just like most of the doors in your home. Depending on the size of your closet, you could either have single or double swinging doors. Since doors typically swing outward from your closet, you need to make sure that you have plenty of space to open the door and that nothing is placed…
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Hands-Free Technology for Your Kitchen and Bathroom

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The kitchen and the bathroom are the two rooms in any house where hygiene is of the utmost importance. If your hands are dirty and covered in harmful bacteria, after handling raw meat or scrubbing the toilet, for example, then the last thing you want to do is touch a load of surfaces and spread the bacteria. This is where smart, hands-free technology can really help you out. Let’s look at some of the different types of hands-free tech you could add to your kitchen or bathroom. Hands-free faucets You’ve probably used these in public places like restaurants, airports, or shopping malls, for example. Hands-free faucets have a sensor that detects movement. This allows them to automatically start running water when they detect someone’s hands being placed underneath the faucet.…
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Creating the Perfect Guest Bedroom

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Do you dread the state of your spare room whenever offering for friends or family members to stay over? Then it’s time for a remodel! Create a spare room to be proud of so you never have to shy away from being a host again. Let’s look at some of the key ingredients that the perfect guest bedroom must have. A comfortable bed Sleeping away from home can be a treat or a real nightmare, and a lot of that comes down to how comfortable the bed is. When it comes to your guest bedroom, don’t skimp on the bed. An old or cheap bed with springs and lumps sticking up can make it impossible to get a good night’s sleep, so prioritize buying a nice bed and a comfortable…
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Avoiding Moisture Damage to Your Bathroom Cabinets

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The bathroom is a place where moisture is unavoidable. Steam and condensation from hot showers, splashes from the bath and the sink, and even leaky pipes or overflowing toilets. If not managed properly, all that moisture can do some damage to certain parts of the room. Mold can grow on walls and any wooden materials can start to warp or rot over time. Your bathroom cabinets and cabinet doors can be particularly susceptible to damage caused by excess moisture levels. This blog will help you prevent this problem and help you keep your bathroom cabinets in good condition. Choose the right material Most bathroom cabinets are made from wood, which can be susceptible to water damage. Think about the type of wood you choose for your cabinets and doors. MDF…
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Maximizing Space in A Small Closet

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You might dream about huge walk-in wardrobes where there are different sections for each type of clothing, while in reality you have to put up with a small closet with minimal storage space. It’s all about working with what you’ve got, so we’ve put together some tips to help you make the most of the space in your small closet, expanding your storage space without a big remodel. Hanging baskets You’ve used up all the space on your shelves and in your drawers, but there’s probably still a lot of empty space in your closet that is unutilized. One way you can make the most of this space is by using hanging baskets. You could hang these on the sides or the back wall of your closet and store a…
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Innovative Kitchen Storage Solutions

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Do you wish you had more storage space in your kitchen? Or maybe you’re just looking for better organization ideas than simply dumping all your utensils into a drawer together. There are lots of different ways you can utilize your kitchen cabinet and drawer space, as well as efficiently storing things on your countertops or walls. If it’s time to revamp your kitchen storage, here are some ideas that might inspire your change… Pull-out storage systems Some kitchens have one or more large, deep drawers. These can fit a lot of items, but they can get very disorganized, making it difficult to find what you’re looking for and reducing the efficiency when using that space. If you install a storage system in that drawer, then you can organize and store…
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