Posts Tagged ‘kitchen’

5 Things Every Tea Lover Needs In Their Home

Tea lovers love a cozy home where they can cuddle up with their favorite cup after a long day. There are a few things that tea lovers can have in their home to reaffirm their love for their favorite drink. Here are the top things ever tea lover needs to have around the house.

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Your Guide To Wine And Food Pairings

The most important rule to remember when pairing wine and food is to eat and drink what you like. Although many suggestions are out there, you can disregard any of them that don’t work for you. Think of them less as hard-and-fast rules and more as loose guidelines.
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Is Quartz Better Than Granite for Kitchen Countertops?

The two most popular kitchen countertops in the home improvement industry today are quartz and granite. Both beautiful and classy, it’s no wonder that homeowners have a hard time choosing between these two materials. Let’s list down the pros and cons of each one, and hopefully it could help you figure out what to install.marble countertop Continue reading “Is Quartz Better Than Granite for Kitchen Countertops?” »

It’s Time for Winter Cleaning!

What’s the fuss over Spring cleaning all about, anyway? This is the perfect time of the year to make a list, check it twice, and knock some projects off it. With relatives coming over and the hustle and bustle of decorating, a few home cleaning time-savers can make the holidays even brighter. If your New Years resolution is to keep your home cleaner, then why wait until January 1st?

Get Your Boots in a Row

Snow, salt, and ice can wreak havoc on your floors, especially if they are wood or carpet. This tip from Carolina Flooring Services will keep your floors from sustaining too much damage from kids, guests, or pets trekking snow into the home. Replace your doormats with waterproof, textured mats that do a better job of scraping unwanted substances before they enter your house.

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DIY: Tile Backsplash

recycled backsplashWhy pay lots of money to have someone work on your home if you can do it yourself? If you’re like a lot of homeowners in the digital age who have Internet access and want to save some cash, you might head to YouTube or another DIY site when it’s time for a new home project. One great way to add a unique touch to a kitchen or bathroom is to add a tile backsplash.

What’s so great about a backsplash? Well, as the name suggests, they’re great to have in areas where water, food, or other substances are likely to splash on the wall. Rather than scrubbing something off of a painted surface, you just have to wipe down tile instead. They also double as great decorations, as you can make them match the wall or choose to get pretty creative with the colors. And, as cool as they look, surprisingly they’re not to difficult to install if you have the right tools and guide.

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