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  • How To Hang Art

    Beautifully hung pictures are the icing on the cake when it comes to home decorating, but getting it right can be a terrible ordeal. I couldn’t begin to count the...
  • Using PVC Pipes to Make Furniture: PVC Pipe Projects

    PVC is a surprisingly versatile material for making decorative and useful items around the house. You can be as creative as you want, but if you're just starting out,...
  • How To Decorate a Foyer

    Don't you love walking into a friend's well-decorated house? If your entryway looks like a blank canvas, here are a few easy things you can do to make a great first...
  • How To Get Grant Money for a School Gardening Project

    Gardening and plant care is one of the best life science or biology projects you can use in your classroom. Here are some tips for finding and getting grants to...
  • How To Make a Room Appear Larger

    Tips for making a small space seem more expansive.
  • How To Make a Canopy for a Bed: Canopy Parts

    There are several variations when creating a bed canopy. This how-to will focus on a ring canopy, a rather simple design appropriate for beginners, yet still fun for...
  • How To Restore an Old Glider Bench

    If you have an old lawn glider bench that is on its last legs, this article will show you how to rebuild and refinish it. You will be walked through the entire project...
  • How To Choose the Right Style Home

    Do you know the difference between a Cape Cod and a Tudor? A bi-level from a split-level home? Learn what each has to offer and how they vary.
  • How To Choose a Flatware Set

    I have used, purchased, broken, cherished, tried and discarded many different styles and types of flatware in my lifetime. And I have learned a secret: 'Not all...
  • How To Make Your Home a Resort

    Turn your home into the space you've always wanted with a few easy changes and steps. There's no place like home but most of us leave it to feel pampered.
  • How To Understand Feng Shui

    The best way to understand Feng Shui is to practice it. In the beginning there are some words and concepts that will be helpful when you start using principles of Feng...
  • How To Feng Shui a Child's Room

    As parents, we want to give our children all the advantages that we can. Feng Shui is a great way to help. Get them involved and teach them Feng Shui, too, and see...
  • Tips to Help You Use Portable Air Conditioners

    Even the best air conditioners need repairs from time to time. Now that you've finally decided on which portable air conditioner to buy, it is important that you...
  • How To Choose a Shelving Unit

    If you are in the market for a shelving unit, you may feel slightly overwhelmed at all of the options you have. Before you head off to your local building supply...
  • How To Rent Furniture

    Perhaps you are spending a year studying out of state or perhaps your wife just kicked you out. Whatever the reason, sometimes you need furniture fast and don't have...
  • How To Compare Moving Companies: International and Local

    Let's face it: Moving is always a big pain. You have to pack everything up, carry heavy items around awkward corners and hope you don't break anything fragile. While...
  • How To Wallpaper

    While hanging wallpaper appears to be an arduous task, you really need not be afraid of ruining your marriage over it or permanently attaching yourself to the wall. ...
  • How to Hang Pictures on Your Brick Walls: Hooks and Anchors

    You may think you know how to hang pictures on your wall, but there are huge differences between picture hanging on drywall and on masonry or brick walls. To hang a...
  • How To Decorate a Child's Room

    So, your baby has declared that they aren't a baby anymore and want their bedroom to be more grown-up. As hard as it can be to see them getting older, little kids must...
  • Removing Wallpaper: Wallpaper Steamer, Stripper and More

    Removing wallpaper can be a daunting task, especially if you are dealing with a large room that is papered from top to bottom. It can be made easier, however, by...
  • How To Use Lining Paper

    Using lining paperLining paper is cheap and improves the look of less than perfect walls and acts as a base for paint too. Used under wallpaper it should be pasted on...
  • How To Repair a Scratch

    Got a scratch in a piece of wooden furniture ?Rub the scratch with a similar coloured wax crayon, then finish with wood polish.