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Decorating: So Many Choices

by Lori Sciame February 4th, 2016
Variety is the spice of life.  This often used phrase is certainly true in the decorating realm.  A style that speaks to one person may turn off another.  Thank goodness, homeowners have so many choices.  Style choices for the master bedroom are no exception.
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DIY Coffee Filter Lamp Project

by Kimberly Hays January 28th, 2016
DIY projects are more popular than ever with everyone cutting back on spending but still wanting to add some special touches to the home. This is a first in a series of DIY projects that have proven to come out fantastic. This lamp is simple to make, though it does take some time. I folded the coffee filters while watching TV and tossed them in a garbage bag until I was ready to assemble. Follow the simple instructions below
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Wiring the Sound System

by T Akery January 21st, 2016
The home theater is the room where sound is an important part of the experience. This system often requires multiple speakers placed in strategic locations. Many of those speakers have to be wired into the system itself. Thus, it is important to think about a few things when wiring this system in the home theater.

One of the first things to think about is how much electricity your entire sound system is going to take. This is especially important if
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  • Four Common Decorating Mistakes

    by Lori Sciame January 14th, 2016
    Decorating a room takes courage.  Choosing the right furniture to complement a specific floor plan, as well as picking out an appropriate color scheme takes guts.  Why?  Because there are many ways to fail at the task; however, with planning, many mistakes can be minimized or even avoided.  Want to steer clear of four common decorating mistakes?  If yes, read on.

    Furniture Foibles

    Visiting furniture showrooms can be both
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  • Professional Home Lighting for the Home Theater

    by T Akery January 7th, 2016
    The home theater is one room where you need to have flexibility in what the lighting can do in a room. While it is mainly lights out for the movie, there still needs to be some way to see to leave the room. You also need light when working with the home theater system and for the seating of guests before the movie. So, a professional setup in here
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  • Lasting Sparkle

    by Lori Sciame December 31st, 2015
    The first official day after the holidays, January 2, can dawn like a dud.  No more parties to look forward to, no more presents to open, and no more days off for quite a while. Resist feeling blue on that morning by extending the festive feeling for a bit longer.  After all, who says the glow of the holidays must end so soon after New Year's?  Read this post
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