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A remodeled master bath takes inspiration from classic luxury-hotel style
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Dark wood floors are out. Pale hues are in
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If you’re still double-flushing or dealing with frequent clogs, your low-flow fixture might be due for replacement. Here’s why
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It’s one of life’s little annoyances: that balky screened patio door that catches and sticks. Good news: The fix is a cinch
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This quick fix will keep your deck and your plants happy
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Swapping in a new doormat is one simple way to extend a warmer welcome. Mats made with durable, sustainable coir—derived from coconut husks—are great at removing dirt and debris from shoes; these designs have the bonus of matching classic American house styles
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You love your dog, but sometimes it shouldn’t have the run of the house. Fortunately, there are gate options that are as handsome as they are sturdy; many can be left in place all the time without creating an eyesore or obstacle
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Just in time for summer's dog days, an easy way to cool your drinks
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If your weather-beaten wood deck has seen better days, here’s how you can bring it back to life with BEHR PREMIUM ADVANCED DeckOver® Coating.
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A really old house grows into its own, gaining living space and creature comforts while honoring its heritage

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