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Jun. 28, 2011
Your kitchen needs a face lift, and the cheapest way to give it one is to make new kitchen cabinet doors. Read this article and learn how to make kitchen cabinet doors.
Jun. 1, 2011
Give your tired room an instant makeover, by hanging a wallpaper border. Learn about how to hang wallpaper border in this article.
May. 17, 2011
You need to drain your waterbed without a pump, and are wondering how to do this. Learn the secret of how to drain a waterbed without a pump from this article.
May. 10, 2011
You've heard of a dry sink and wonder what is, and how to build one. This article will explain how to build a dry sink.
Apr. 26, 2011
To create a home office in a guest room, use multipurpose furniture, like a sleeper sofa or a coffee table that can be used as storage. Find out how to create a home office in a guest room in this article.
Mar. 28, 2011
Remodeling your home can be a real money maker if you do it right. But if you start the project all willy-nilly without a plan and the least bit bit of knowledge, you can really hurt yourself, not to mention your bottom line. So before you gear up to tackle a home remodeling job on your own, take this quiz to measure your fortitude.
Sep. 7, 2010
You bought a new house that you can't wait to furnish, and visions of comfy couches and dining room chairs dance in your head. But when it comes to putting it all together, your mind's reeling. How do you pull off a harmonious yet eclectic look?
Sep. 1, 2010
Over time, it's only natural that something in your house will need upkeep and/or repair; it's just one of the joys that come with home ownership. Take the DIY route, unleash your inner handyman and fix these five items yourself.
Aug. 25, 2010
There was a crooked man who built a crooked house -- and charged you thousands for the labor. Some stories about contractors are enough to give you chills. And other tales remind you that consumers need to be smart about their demands and expectations.
Jun. 15, 2010
The budgeting process for a home remodeling starts way before you have to list your costs for labor and materials. It begins with a long, hard look at yourself. Why exactly are you remodeling in the first place?