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100 Smart Home Remodeling Ideas on a Bud...

100 practical home remodeling ideas that can be completed on a budget. These home remodeling projects are a mix of inexpensive ideas and do-it-yourself projects, perfect for the average homeowner.
100 practical home remodeling ideas that can be completed on a budget. These home remodeling projects are a mix of inexpensive ideas and do-it-yourself projects, perfect for the average homeowner.

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Best 15+ Slate Floor Tile Kitchen Ideas

Slate tiles are very efficient when used in the kitchen since these are very durable and does a great job of camouflaging dirt and other messes in the area. There are so many textures and tones to choose from that will perfectly match your taste and style. Learn how to choose the right slate tiles for your kitchen as
Slate tiles are very efficient when used in the kitchen since these are very durable and does a great job of camouflaging dirt and other messes in the area. There are so many textures and tones to cho

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A Finishing Basement Reconstruction to I...

basement reconstruction, basement wall reconstruction ideas, If your basement is restricted to saving the synthetic Xmas tree and also numerous items of
basement reconstruction, basement wall reconstruction ideas, If your basement is restricted to saving the synthetic Xmas tree and also numerous items of

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Cork Plank Flooring from Cork Direct - P...

Cork Direct cork plank is pre-finished with VOC free, UV-cured, scratch resistant acrylic finish. Built-in underlayment ensures significant sound reduction.
Cork Direct cork plank is pre-finished with VOC free, UV-cured, scratch resistant acrylic finish. Built-in underlayment ensures significant sound reduction.

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Basement Stairway Ideas

Design a basement staircase that fits your space and complements the style of your home.
Design a basement staircase that fits your space and complements the style of your home.

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Such a beautiful basement truly and I'm ...

Such a beautiful basement truly and I'm getting this for my future house
Such a beautiful basement truly and I'm getting this for my future house

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Plan 14440RK: Luxurious Craftsman Home P...

Filled with luxurious details, this spectacular Craftsman home plan will house your family in style.An open floor plan creates wonderful views from every room on the first floor. Columns distinguish the dining room while still allowing a view to the two story family room and the foyer.In the kitchen, a massive island faces the dinette that is flooded with light from windows on two sides.A screened porch with fireplace lies close by and opens to a large mud room with enormous walk-in closet.On the second floor, the master suite features a tray ceiling, its own private balcony for morning coffee, a room-sized walk-in closet and spa bath.Four more bedrooms and a large playroom over the garage (plus upstairs laundry facilities) complete this level.Added Bonus: Plans come with a finished lower level at no additional cost.Related Plans: Need less room? See these smaller versions - house plan 14419RK (3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths) and 14462RK (4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths).MORE PHOTOS: See photos of this home plan built in Virginia in our Facebook photo album.
Filled with luxurious details, this spectacular Craftsman home plan will house your family in style.An open floor plan creates wonderful views from every room on the first floor. Columns distinguish t

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Basement Makeover Ideas From Candice Ols...

Renovate your underused basement with decorating ideas from Divine Design's Candice Olson.
Renovate your underused basement with decorating ideas from Divine Design's Candice Olson.

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Basement_renovation_meme_hill_fixer_upper_remodel_rustic

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Spacious family room with u-shaped secti...

Spacious family room with u-shaped sectional. Not the style but the size of the room
Spacious family room with u-shaped sectional. Not the style but the size of the room

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Salle de bain ardoise : naturelle et chi...

L’ardoise est un choix écologique, naturel et chic pour la décoration d’une salle de bain. Voici notre fiche infos pratiques sur la salle de bain ardoise.
L’ardoise est un choix écologique, naturel et chic pour la décoration d’une salle de bain. Voici notre fiche infos pratiques sur la salle de bain ardoise.

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Pub Style Bar Photos in Custom home buil...

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Posted via email from STONECROFT HOMES POSTEROUS

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The Magic Trick That Will Solve Your Sma...

As an interior decorator, I have quite a few tricks up my sleeve. Often my clients are stumped by architectural issues that detract, rather than enhance, the beauty of their space. Here in Nashville, there are many ranch-style neighborhoods that were developed in the 1960s and 1970s that feature small, high windows. small window …
As an interior decorator, I have quite a few tricks up my sleeve. Often my clients are stumped by architectural issues that detract, rather than enhance, the beauty of their space. Here in Nashville,

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Peel and Stick Wood Look Vinyl Flooring

***UPDATE*** Click HERE to see the updated tutorial on installing these floors in our master bathroom which has more pictures and is more in depth! Happy Friday! I hope everyone has an awesome weekend planned! After a week of beautiful Spring weather we are supposed to get hit with snow--boo :( So it's safe to say that I'll be staying busy getting some indoor projects done. When I first decided to give our bathroom a budget makeover I wasn't even really thinking about the floors. I mean, they weren't that terrible even though they were starting to peel up in some spots. However, once I got the beautiful shiplap up I started to get an itch to replace them with something that fits my style better. We headed over to Lowes to see what our options were. I have loved wood look tiles since I first saw them. These ones by Style Selections in Natural Timer Ash are so pretty! (source) But after reading up on how to tile floors, I started to shy away from doing them myself. We did our kitchen backsplash with almost no problems, but when it comes to floor tile you have to worry about getting the floor perfectly level so that the tile doesn't crack. A professional install would cost quite a bit more than I was comfortable spending right now. The guy at Lowes almost had us sold on these laminate planks by Pergo Max Premier in Heathered Oak. (source) The install was something that I was pretty confident about doing ourselves, but then I started reading about people having problems with these types of floors in bathrooms because of the moisture. The last thing I wanted was to spend all that time and money just to have our floors start warping. And seeing as how this is the boys' bathroom I anticipate a lot of water hitting the floor! So I drove myself nuts for weeks trying to figure out what to do. I'm pretty sure the hubby started going to another place in his mind whenever I got on the topic haha! But one day while browsing the flooring aisle at Lowes for the tenth time, I ran across these vinyl peel and stick planks by Style Selections in Driftwood. (source) The color is what drew me in--the online pictures don't do it justice because it's much more gray in person. I was immediately impressed with how real they look. They even have a raised wood grain texture on them. Despite my excitement, the hubby was not sold at all. But we finally came to the agreement that at only $0.98 a square foot this would be a good temporary solution until we can afford to do tile. Supplies Used: (Affiliate links may be provided for convenience. For more info, see my full disclosure here.) Style Selections Floor Planks from Lowes (similar on Amazon here) Liquid Nails(for areas of the old flooring that were coming up) Simple Green Contour Gauge Utility Knife Tape Measure Carpenters Triangle (for cutting straight edges) Wood Rolling Pin The old peel and stick floors were put down on a sheet of laminate but were starting to peel up in some of the high traffic spots. The night before I began I went around and used Liquid Nails to stick them back down. I laid a bunch of the new vinyl planks down on top as it dried. They are surprisingly very heavy! I also laid out a few planks to see which direction I wanted them to go. Ultimately I decided on the second option since it flows as you walk in the door and it would be less short pieces to cut in. I began the next morning by sweeping and then going over every nook and cranny with a vacuum hose. After every little piece of debris was picked up I went over it with some Simple Green and a scrubbie. Make sure that your floors are as clean as you can get them because that is the key to making sure that these bad boys really stick. Finally it was time to start laying the planks! I was so nervous that I was going to mess it up, but was pleasantly surprised with how simple it was to install. Each piece has arrows on the paper backing to show you the direction of the wood grain. This helps all of the pieces flow together to look like real wood. You just peel off the paper backing and stick it down. When you get to a vent or other obstacle you just use a utility knife against a straight edge (I used scrap wood) to score and break it away. For areas next the door and vanity I found the Contour Gauge extremely helpful. With this I was able to just push it up against the obstacle and the little metal pins would retract in so that I could lay it on my tile and trace where I needed to cut. It made cutting those difficult spots so much easier! I didn't take a picture of this step since I got caught up in the project, but this is what it looks like: <br /> I laid whole planks in a staggered pattern then went back and filled in the ends. This worked pretty well except for a few that I laid slightly crooked. When I went back to put the filler piece in there would sometimes be a small gap. To prevent this, it's probably better to go row by row and get the filler pieces laid as you go. I used a wooden rolling pin over each one to make sure the adhesive on the back stuck nicely. It worked pretty well except it was kind of hard to get in tight areas. When I do this in our master bathroom I have my eye on this Edge Seam Roller to make it a little easier! It was smooth sailing until we got to the toilet. My awesome Father in Law came over to help me and came up with the idea to just slightly loosen and lift the toilet up and slide the pieces underneath. It saved us from having the make the cuts but it did cause them to bow up a little bit because of the weight of the toilet. It's not super noticeable but something to keep in mind. The last step was caulking and I'll spare you all the messy details and just let you know that when you go to caulk around the toilet, please, please, please tape it off so that you don't get a ton of caulk on your pretty new floors! It washed off but was a total pain in the butt. Oh and I also learned that you shouldn't caulk around the very back of the base so that you can tell if the toilet ever leaks. So about an hour and a half and 20 bucks later we had pretty new floors! I just love it! You guys--I can't emphasize enough how awesome the texture is in person! The dark contrast looks awesome against the white baseboards. I also removed the vinyl from the base of our builder grade vanity and replaced it with 1x4 MDF to fancy it up a little. Not bad for a temporary solution! In fact, doing tile jut got pushed way down on the priority list because I'm honestly really happy with these. And guess what? The hubby ended up being pretty impressed too. Who would have thought... ;) ***UPDATE*** Click HERE to see the updated tutorial on installing these floors in our master bathroom which has more pictures and is more in depth! I have received several emails about how fantastic the shower curtain pairs with these floors. I found it at Target (link here) and have been really happy with the quality and thickness of it. I have also had a few readers ask me where they can purchase this type of flooring online other than Lowes. I found these similar ones on Amazon with great reviews. Happy flooring everyone! <br /> <br /> Linking up to these awesome parties!
***UPDATE*** Click HERE to see the updated tutorial on installing these floors in our master bathroom which has more pictures and is more in depth! Happy Friday! I hope everyone has an awesome weekend

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95+ Beautiful Living Room Home Decor tha...

We have awesome Cozy and Rustic Chic Living Room Inspiration for your Beautiful Home. Check it out our collections and ideas. Consider the size of the room you have to work on. It is not difficult …
We have awesome Cozy and Rustic Chic Living Room Inspiration for your Beautiful Home. Check it out our collections and ideas. Consider the size of the room you have to work on. It is not difficult …

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How Real People Organize The Basement {O...

Here are real life ideas for how to organize the basement of your home, as shown by participants of the 52 Week Organized Home Challenge, in this hall of fame.
Here are real life ideas for how to organize the basement of your home, as shown by participants of the 52 Week Organized Home Challenge, in this hall of fame.

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A 500-Square-Foot, Unbelievably Beautifu...

There's no central A/C, little-to-no natural sunlight and low ceilings, but this couple's made a stunning home out of a small basement space.
There's no central A/C, little-to-no natural sunlight and low ceilings, but this couple's made a stunning home out of a small basement space.

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Garage Conversion - Planning Guide

The solution to your need for more space may already be attached to your house! Converting a garage is less expensive than building an addition—and it's a lot less complicated too!
The solution to your need for more space may already be attached to your house! Converting a garage is less expensive than building an addition—and it's a lot less complicated too!

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Home tours, part 2

Hello friends and welcome to the (almost) weekend! I’m back today to finish up the homearama tours I first shared with you earlier this week. Have you been waiting? :) The last two houses were the ones I liked best – the third was my favorite exterior and the last was my favorite design/decor. Let’s take a look shall we? You all said not to skimp on the photos so I’m including more this time. Sit down with your coffee or Pepsi and enjoy! The third home had a huge front porch – I was smitten: Loved the big wide steps and the glass doors! I’m still trying to get up the guts to do this to ours: This house had a different layout. You walk in and could go straight to main living area or go off to the side to an office that then continued on to a flex space. That could be used as a guest room I guess, or an in laws suite. There was a full bath connected and then a long hall down from that: LOVED that hallway with all the windows and the wood trim. Delish. Off that hallway was the laundry room, which was wayyyy far away from the bedrooms. Not only that but you have to walk through a few rooms and down the hallway to get to it. But I did love the countertop they used – it was a laminate (whuuut?): And it looked like linen. It was actually very cool and pretty in the laundry room: I mentioned before that one of the things you notice about this type of construction are the doors – they are thick and heavy and beautiful: Down at the end of the hallway you turn and go past some closets and the powder room and enter the family room. I loved this space: But when you turn around it got very modern: It’s gorgeous, don’t get me wrong. It just felt out of place in what is a more traditional home. It was just crying out for a big beautiful fireplace with a thick mantel. I guess this is OK too. ;) The outside area was awesome, I don’t know why I didn’t get a picture! You can see some of it through the family room window above. But I LOVED this idea – it looks like they added another garage door (to the back of the garage) that opened to the patio: Um, I think that’s brilliant. It would be so easy to put stuff away for the winter, kids could use riding toys and easily put them away – I just thought that was so cool. Someone asked earlier this week and yes, all the garages were on the backs of these homes, so not visible from the front. The kitchen was gorgeous: See how thick that granite is on the island? Big $$$ right there. ;) I loved that they used the space all the way to the ceiling (I’ve had a plan for years to do the same in our kitchen…someday): My favorite kitchen was in the first house I showed you earlier this week but I loved the feel of this one too. The dining room was just open to the kitchen – nothing too formal. Loved the light fixture: Those bookcases were in more than one of the homes, they must be popular. ;) The master was a main level one and had a ton of windows and a door to the patio: A bottom floor master freaks me out and having a door in the room would freak me out even more. I like being up high. :) The basement was really well done – I loved this bookcase and vignette: That blue print was awesome. It was just a canvas so I can’t imagine it was too expensive! The kitchenette was kind of inset and I loved all of that area too: I noticed in the basements the decorators really used every bit of space – there was a table in the middle of the room in most of them – spaces I wouldn’t typically put any furniture in. OK, the last house was my favorite – but the outside was different: It was very plain and from that view above I didn’t care for it much. But it grew on me when I saw it from the other direction: The builder was going for a farmhouse “redux” look. The roof is metal and I think that’s the part I didn’t care for. That and the gray siding made it look a little cold to me. But I loved the large stone chimney! The inside though, I loved! The library was the first thing you saw when you walked in: Ack! Gorgeous right? The lights! The trim! Loved the rug too. The stairs were beautiful with white risers I believe and wood treads, my favorite. ;) Then you turn the corner to the huge great room: Most of the house was a very farmhouse/industrial look that I LOVED. I don’t know if I’d do it in my house but man, I sure can appreciate it. :) There were windows everywhere that brightened up the gray cabinets: The cabinets lifted up (I’ve seen similar ones at IKEA): Kind of loved that. And I liked how they used an odd space in the corner with open shelving. Yet again, the only part I didn’t care for was the ultra modern fireplace: What’s the beef with a pretty, traditional fireplace people? I could see a beautiful big one with stone and a chunky wood mantel and white trim…it’s so perfect in my head. Loved the beams though!: Another detail I LOVED in this house were the black grids on all the windows: And this wall of black doors/windows was just stunning: I couldn’t figure out how to open that door, true story. We later realized it’s a sliding door. Who would've thought? On the way back to the stairs, across from the kitchen was this eating area: LOVE love love. All of it. So as you walk to the stairs there was this awesome space: Again, so cool. Loved the wood wall, the gray, the accessories: It was a little wine nook. I don’t know how functional it would be for every day, but for a party it would be awesome. And to the side was a cool sliding door to the pantry: You see why this was my favorite? Like I said, not exactly my style but so creative and well done. There was a mud room done in gray as well and it was a little dark: Sorry for the horrible pic! I liked this built in charging station idea: The bedrooms and bathrooms weren’t as exciting to me, but I had to share this subway tile install: I LOVE that idea of going vertical with them instead horizontal! The bedroom was lovely, just a bit shiny for my taste: This dresser was in a flex room and it was one of my favorite things in the house: Is that not the coolest? I know there’s a way to DIY that thing! So cute! The basement in this house was my favorite too. More of the industrial farmhouse style: I liked the simple painted brick backsplash: I assume they used that thin brick stuff and then just painted it. They had the same on the walls in the wine room: Sigh. Be still my heart. A room just for the wine. And it had windows so you could look lovingly at it. Well that’s the tours folks – did you enjoy them? Which of the four was your favorite? As I said, my favorite kitchen was in the first house, favorite exterior was the third one and for interiors the last one for sure. Hope it was fun to “walk” through with me! Hope you have a great weekend! The builder for home one was Wedgewood Building Company, decor done by Thomas & Jayne Interior Design. The builder for the second home was Gradison Design, decor done by Kittles Design Studio.
Hello friends and welcome to the (almost) weekend! I’m back today to finish up the homearama tours I first shared with you earlier this week. Have you been waiting? :) The last two houses were the one

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17 Pictures of Beautiful Basement Renova...

17 Pictures of Beautiful Basement Renovations by Candice Olson | W Network
17 Pictures of Beautiful Basement Renovations by Candice Olson | W Network

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How to Finish a Basement: Framing and In...

Turn your unfinished basement into beautiful, functional living space. Framing basement walls and ceilings is the core of any basement finishing project. Learn how to insulate and frame the walls and ceilings, build soffits, frame partition walls and frame around obstructions.
Turn your unfinished basement into beautiful, functional living space. Framing basement walls and ceilings is the core of any basement finishing project. Learn how to insulate and frame the walls and

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Want to remodel your basement but don't ...

Want to remodel your basement but don't know where to start? Get basement ideas with impressive remodeling before-and-afters from architectureartdesigns.com shows to get inspired. #remodelingbeforeandafter #basementremodelingideas #basementremodelbeforeandafter
Want to remodel your basement but don't know where to start? Get basement ideas with impressive remodeling before-and-afters from architectureartdesigns.com shows to get inspired. #remodelingbeforeand...

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Finished basement....beautiful.

Finished basement....beautiful.
Finished basement....beautiful.

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10 Incredible Under the Stairs Utilizati...

Every house which consists of two floors absolutely need stairs to reach the second floor at the house. Twisting staircase design may create narrow space under the staircase itself. Still, it doesn’t mean the narrow space cannot to be utilized as the storage. To optimize the space to be an utilization under the staircase, these are incredible ideas to inspire you.
Every house which consists of two floors absolutely need stairs to reach the second floor at the house. Twisting staircase design may create narrow space under the staircase itself. Still, it doesn’t

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