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Over the past 50 years or so, home design trends have come and gone. Your grandparents and parents probably made some choices that have you scratching your head. Maybe you even did, two years ago. What are the worst home design trends of the past half-century? In the list below, we rank the ones that […]

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Popcorn ceilings gained notoriety in the ‘60s as a decorative trend designed to hide minor structural flaws and inconsistencies. Over the years, this immediately-identifiable textural finish has morphed into an anachronistic look that catches dirt, cobwebs and cringe-worthy critique. Adding an overall chaotic feel to even the tidiest of spaces, popcorn ceilings have fallen out […]

The post How to Remove a Popcorn Ceiling appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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The simplest of all wall-painting ideas — a single color brushed over all the walls of a particular room — is getting boring. You’re looking for something unique, something eye-catching — something that seems far beyond your range of painting abilities. In that assumption, you would be wrong: There are plenty of ways to repaint the walls […]

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Small towns often get a bad reputation — they’re too far from anything to want to actually live there, and you end up having to drive hours just to see a movie or go shopping. In spite of the possible negatives, there are plenty of great reasons to choose to live in a small town. […]

The post Best Small Towns to Live In appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Disclaimer: I was sent this automatic faucet to review. However in lieu of a traditional review, I like to also drop some knowledge on my readers. This is especially true when fixtures like an automatic faucet can have a variety of benefits like saving water (& money!) and being more convenient. Leave you rants, raves, […]

The post Buying an Automatic Faucet: What You Should Look For appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Hey readers! Enjoy this article by David Guion of Sustaining Our World. “Passive house” refers to a concept of building houses––or any other buildings, actually––so that they don’t need a traditional furnace or air conditioner. Passive building design controls the basic structure, but not the appearance. Some passive houses look bizarre. Some look like any other house […]

The post The Passive House: Sustainable, Comfortable, Affordable appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Single home ownership is on the rise. So buying a housewarming gift for one person — not two — is becoming increasingly popular. Although you may be tempted to buy your friend a traditional gift, think twice before buying those matching mugs. Don’t fret at the thought of forgoing all those cheesy gift sets made […]

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It’s not uncommon these days to live in a neighborhood that’s nothing like the neighborhoods of days past. Once upon a time, everyone spoke to one another and helped each other out when in need. Today’s communities aren’t always as welcoming, with everyone engrossed in their own work and personal lives. This can clearly put […]

The post 7 Move-in Gifts Your Neighbors Will Love appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Ah, your mid-twenties. Half your friends are moving across the country and the other half are settling down and starting families. So what happens when the latter half has a friend who likes design and home improvement? You get drafted to help with ideas for baby nursery decor. So, I thought I’d share some basic […]

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Part of the American dream is to buy your own home at some point in your life. It’s what everyone knows is the next step after renting an apartment or home, so a lot of people feel social pressure when they start their search. There are many issues that can complicate the home-buying process, and […]

The post The Rise of the Modular Home appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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