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One of the hardest parts of a home remodeling project is visualizing a new floorplan for your space and choosing finishes and colors to complete your look. The growth of augmented reality apps, however, allows you to do just that—overlay information and virtual objects onto real-world scenes in...

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Choosing a coordinating countertop and backsplash isn’t rocket science, but it’s also not as easy as 1, 2, 3. Complimentary colors alone won’t always lead to a perfect match. You must also consider patterns, movement, and sheen to create a look you’ll truly love.

Most experts will advise you to...

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Friends, neighbors, and perfect strangers all enjoy regaling stories about their home remodeling experiences. It’s like a badge of honor to survive a major home remodel and live to tell the tale.

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Marble, granite, and quartz are three materials frequently used on kitchen and bathroom countertops. Two are natural, one artificial, but with today’s manufacturing technology it can be nearly impossible to spot the difference with the naked eye.

 

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You've looked at dozens of samples for your new countertops. After deliberating on all the colors, textures, and maintenance involved, you've finally settled on the material and are done with your countertop decisions. Well, not quite.

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In addition to being one of the most popular gathering spots in the house, the kitchen also is one of the hardest working rooms in the house. Your kitchen floor must be tough. It’s got to stand up to foot traffic, food spills, grease splatters, water drips, pet pawprints, and even the occasional...

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A kitchen or bath remodel is consistently a home project with a strong return on investment. According to Remodeling Magazine, in the South Atlantic region, a kitchen remodel costing $20,000 will recoup more than 80 percent of its value, and a bathroom remodel in this same price range will...

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Two truths and a lie is a classic get-to-know-you icebreaker game. Each player comes up with two truths, and one lie about themselves and the rest of the players try to figure out which statement is the lie. Let’s play two truths and a lie when it comes to making a small space work for a big...

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There are a lot of tutorials online about how to install a kitchen backsplash, but based on our experience, this is one seemingly simple project that is best left to a professional installer. 

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That’s a great question and you are not alone if you’re asking it. In fact, marketplace confusion resulted in the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) starting a porcelain certification program back in 2007 to prevent problems that were occurring when non-porcelain tile was advertised as...

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