How to Light it UP! Curb Appeal

You have spent hours of sweat and work to make your curb appeal something you can be proud of, now it is time to show it off. You have so many more affordable options to light up the exterior of your home that will make it look elegant and enhance the beauty of your landscaping. Let’s take a look at the some of the top ideas.

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How to add vibrance to your kitchen backsplash

The catch with renovating your backsplash is that it’s not the easiest project to take on. Sometimes they may be hard to remove, chipping one tile away at a time. It’s extremely tedious and time consuming. However, there are ways to make a daunting task a bit more approachable. For example, if your backsplash is still durable, and not yet garbage worthy, you can always simply install over it.

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How to Renovate Your Family Bathroom Efficiently

When you’re renovating your bathroom for the entire family, there are so many things to consider. It’s even harder in small or shared spaces. Mom needs room for all of her make-up. Dad wants ample space for his thrown to do his business. And the kids want to have fun during bath time. So how is everyone being accommodated?

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How to Build a Fold-Down Outdoor Bar

A fold-down bar or a Murphy bar is a bar area that folds away when not in use to save space and is perfect for small outdoor areas. This is an ideal solution for any small space inside your home or outside. When it’s folded, you can hide it with plants or furniture, and then those items can be moved when in use. The bar is built sturdy enough to hold dishes, serve food and drinks and will surprise and impress your guests. It is the perfect idea for outdoor parties. Let’s get started!

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How to Repair Lawn Edges

We all take pride in our homes. While we spend thousands of dollars of remodeling our kitchen and bathrooms, choosing the exact colors of paint and floor design we sometimes let the exterior go. Our lawns are an extension of our home, our family…us so let’s spruce it up starting with the edging. If the edging is not repaired, damaged edges will continue to deteriorate, and like any bare patch, they also provide an open invitation for weeds to establish. Reseeding a damaged edge is rarely effective, so try tackling the problem using this simple technique.

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How to Refurnish a Kitchen Table

Knowing how to refinish a kitchen table is great for taking an old piece of furniture and making it look new. You don’t have to have any special equipment and you can do it in a weekend.

Choose the color of stain based on the style of the table and the wood tones in the rest of your house. The table doesn’t have to be an exact match—most homes have a variety of wood colors, so don’t stress if your stain’s color is a little off.

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How to Clean a Rug in the Snow

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The snow is falling, a fire crackling in the fireplace, and that beautiful rug covering your tiled or hardwood flooring is now dirty. The perfect time to work on that rug and clean in the snow! If the fibers of your favorite rug aren’t vacuum-friendly, or the material is just too delicate to clean conventionally, take it outdoors this winter. This is a tutorial you’ll want to consider for your wool rugs, vintage rugs, and high pile rugs that require a little extra care when cleaning. You know the kind; the rug that hoards dust and crumbs into each crevice, or the one that sheds almost all of its fibers every time you torture it with a vacuum cleaner.

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How To Choose The Right Cabinet Hardware And Drawer Pulls

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Cabinet hardware and pulls are like accessories, they are personal, show off our personality and can change the look and feel to any cabinet. Re-staining, painting or changing the cabinet facing can make a big difference to your kitchen upgrade but it isn’t complete without the perfect hardware. Continue reading →

Stencil Instead of Wallpaper: Step by Step Instructions Part 1

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Stencils are becoming the new wallpaper; more and more people are thinking about using a stencil for more than just the inspirational quote. But like wall paper the most daunting part of using stencils is getting the pattern to match. We have outlined step by step instructions that will make you want to stencil all your walls. Continue reading →

How to Decorate a Smaller Room

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Unfortunately, we may not all be lucky enough to have larger bedrooms and we all know that smaller bedrooms can present a challenge to decorate. If you have lower ceilings and a smaller amount of floor space it is important to know how to decorate to make the most of your room. You want to get the most out of every square inch. There are some tricks and secrets we have learned and guess what? Plumbtile would like to share those with you! Continue reading →

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