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  • Fragrant Plants That Will Keep Your Home Smelling Good

    fragrant-plants-home-smelling-good_c9c57b9534abe65c2aa6f87435bf4c1b_3x2_jpg_600x400_q85If you’re looking for some natural alternatives to heavy-duty commercial deodorizers, try plants and herbs that you can grow in your kitchen or garden to give your home a fragrant boost. Read the rest of this entry »

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    How to Organize Your Kitchen So It’s Easy to Cook In

    how-organize-your-kitchen_36ddf612401ebb7e1fd77939ceb9faef_3x2_jpg_300x200_q85Tip #1: Get rid of unnecessary stuff.

    Treat your kitchen like you treat your closet: Every year or so, look at each item and ask yourself when you last used it. If the answer is “never” or “seldom,” it’s time to sell, donate, or toss it. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Soundproofing Ceilings

    soundproofing-ceilings_61665d184f341a9f7c1831ea81f17919_3x2_jpg_300x200_q85Overhead noise can be harsh — footfalls, stomps, dropped objects — or ambient sound, such as TVs and stereos. To conquer unwanted sounds, you’ll need to soundproof either your ceiling, your floors, or both. If you want full soundproofing, you’ll have to soundproof walls, too. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Tax Credits for Energy-Efficient Window Coverings

    window-honeycomb-blinds-blindscom_978400af4cc0565f72a80369281a14c5_3x2_jpg_600x400_q85Your insulated window coverings, such as blinds and drapes, may be eligible for a $500 tax credit, but take a deep breath before you go out and celebrate. Although the IRS has a pretty wide definition of “insulation,” it doesn’t specifically mention window coverings. Read the rest of this entry »

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    8 Tips to Make Your Remodel More Energy Efficient and Your Home Healthier

    make-remodel-energy-efficient_58a126ddb800423a490c29cd76b3d08e_3x2_jpg_600x400_q85Saving energy wasn’t on the list of reasons we’re finally ripping out the kitchen in our mid-century home (green-veined, imitation marble laminate countertops figured much more prominently). But, a session at the recent 2012 Remodeling Show in Baltimore clued me in as to why adding a few simple tasks to our remodeling plan could lower our home’s energy bill, get rid of some of the annoying hot and cold spots in our house, and make our home less hospitable to mold and other allergens. Read the rest of this entry »

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    5 Classy Kitchen Cabinet Updates for Under $100

    how-update-kitchen-cabinets_7f814af0bdc57a843f5f427f2f74c418_3x2_jpg_600x400_q851.  Handsome Hardware

    Knobs and pulls are kitchen jewelry that can dress cabinets up. Note that cabinet hardwarecan get very fancy and expensive — costing $30 and up for a single ornate knob. But you’ll get a huge bang for a few bucks by buying 10-packs of simple, contemporary hardware at big box stores for less than $20 (that’s $2 a knob!). Read the rest of this entry »

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