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If 1 of 3 trees falls down in your yard, this definitely is not the solution. [The Sow’s Ear] A tin roof is finished [North 54th ~ Bricklayers Folly] A craft studio project comes together. [Cottage Life] Some before shots so you can see just how far they’ve come [House […]
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We read a lot of houseblogs. We find them to be the most honest and informative sources of home improvement information online. If you’re unfamiliar with the term “houseblog” they’re basically an online weblog (diary) of a homeowners adventure in remodeling and renovation. The motivations for homeowners to start houseblogs […]
Houseblogs.net has been packaging some great content from their community and they’ve recently pulled articles from 10 renovators who are going through the process of stripping paint, varnish, and wallpaper from floors, walls, and banisters. Read what techniques and products have been effective before approaching your next stripping project.
No, this isn’t a renovation gone awry but a clever DIY costume by Mindy of Fixer-Upper. It’s her reaction/mocking of a recent WSJ article The Three-Martini Renovation. There is a trend among some homeowners to bundle cocktail parties with their friends and families into remodeling gigs that can have disastrous […]