Howdy, Partner! Western Decor Tips & How Decor Affects Your Brain

Posted on: 27 January 2016
Your home is an extension of you, so there is nothing wrong with showing this with your decor. The following guide will show why it is important to make your home your own and a few ideas to give your interior a spaghetti western feel. Benefits of Living In A Home That Suits Your Western Taste The following are just some of the reasons why personalizing your space might be a good idea:
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Five Cool Kitchen Remodeling Ideas

Posted on: 6 August 2015
If you're thinking of redoing your kitchen, there are a number of cool fixes you could incorporate into the remodeling plans to make it even more convenient. Make it easier to get kitchen scraps from the counter to the trash. There are a couple ways to do this. One involves having a cutout in your counter over the drawer where you keep a slide-out trash can, using the wooden piece that was cut out as a plug for when you don't need the opening.
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How To Properly Maintain Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 5 March 2015
Hardwood floors wear down over time, and may need to be refinished by a company like Towne Interiors to restore their bright sheen after a few years of use. In order to extend the lifespan of your hardwood floors, extend the amount of time you can go without refinishing them, and maintain their natural, bright aesthetic, you must properly maintain them. Thankfully, hardwood floor maintenance is a fairly simple process, and does not require too much effort to implement properly.
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Using Chalkboard Paint To Decorate Your Child's Room

Posted on: 25 February 2015
Designing your child's bedroom can be exciting and challenging at the same time. Painting is an important part of interior design, because it has the potential to change the entire look and feel of a room. Young children will often mark on walls as well as furniture and this can deface them. However, this tendency to draw or mark on things can be used to your advantage when decorating your child's room if you use chalkboard paint.
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