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12 Best Virtual Room Design Apps & Home Planner Tools

Designing rooms can be tricky, and it’s often hard to visualize what the end result will be but you don’t have to be a professional designer to create an appealing room. In fact, wouldn’t it be great if there was a room decorator app to see what your design ideas actually look like before you […]

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How to Find Property Lines

Knowing where your property begins and ends is an important responsibility for any homeowner. Boundary lines come into play often around building fences, driveways, sheds, decks, or home extensions. Before beginning any such project, it is important that you know how to find property lines. If you’ve ever asked yourself, “How do I find my […]

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10 Ways To Update Your Home Without Major Renovations

We all crave the creature comforts of a cozy, well-designed home. While there are a lot of do-it-yourselfer’s out there who work tirelessly on their homes and seem to be updating or renovating on a constant basis— this is not possible for those of us who don’t know the difference between a table saw and […]

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Your Guide to Partial Privacy Fences

If you want to put a new fence in your yard, the price can be a bit daunting if you’re on a tight budget. A full privacy fence can typically run all around the low thousands of dollars, for instance. But an easy way to get around that is to put in a partial privacy […]

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6 Items Every New Homeowner Should Splurge On

New home, more space–what could go wrong? Typically, it goes a little something like this: move into your first home, sprinkle it with the…

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6 Home Improvement Resolutions Every New Homeowner Should Make

Hit the gym more. Spend less time looking at your phone. Both are worthy resolutions, but what about resolutions for your new house? You know: those nagging items you or the inspector found before you bought the house but you haven’t fixed yet. Here’s 6 home improvement resolutions that should top your to-do list this […]

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Moving In: When You and Your Partner’s Tastes Don’t Match, Start Here

If you were asked to list all the reasons why your partner is perfect for you, the result would probably be a fairly lengthy tabulation. That doesn’t mean your style preferences are going to align perfectly, though. Even your ideal partner might not have the same ideal living situation as you. But you both deserve […]

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Rethink Your Space: How to Love Where You Live Now

Feeling a little envious after that HGTV marathon? Wishing your home was different after checking out your friend’s new digs? It happens to the best of us. The caveat to paging through idea books online or binge-watching home shows is that it can make your space feel less than. The truth is that no home […]

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Shared Dorm Room Items to Coordinate with Your Roommate

Deciding what to bring to college can be overwhelming, not to mention that dorm room space is at a premium. The great news is you and your roommate don’t have to attempt to fit two of everything in your tiny area. Save time and money by using this list to coordinate with your roommate on these essential shared dorm room items.

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No Tools Required: 16 Modern Flat-Pack Furniture Pieces for Your Next Move

We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. Having to disassemble, pack, and move heavy furniture is tough. But there’s a solution: flat-pack furniture. This new wave of moving-friendly furniture makes it easy to relocate. There’s no hardware […]

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Score Fabulous Home Furnishings on a Shoestring Budget

Decorating a new home on a budget can be tricky. It’s so easy to flip through a lifestyle magazine, or watch HGTV, and get caught up in the gorgeous featured designs. But most of what’s promoted is far too expensive to fill the average home.

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5 Ways to Make Your New Home More Self-Sustaining

Are you ready to go off the grid? Or, at least, have a more casual relationship with the grid? Whether you’re planning a move to the…

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4 Ways to Align the Design in Your Sloped Ceiling Room

Does your new home have a room with a sloped ceiling? It can be a difficult element to design around, which is why we spoke with an…

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Eight Things Your New Home Wishes It Could Tell You It Doesn’t Need

New home, new everything? That’s what Instagram and Pinterest-worthy pictures floating around the internet (and practically taunting you) will have you thinking. Next thing you know, you’ve robotically convinced yourself you can’t live without that… thing… you don’t need. Fast-forward a few months, and you haven’t even touched that “essential.” If your walls could talk, […]

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Tools to Keep Your Closet Tidy

Have you ever cleared out your closet, only to find the mess is back a week later? Keeping clothes, shoes, and accessories tidy in a confined space can be cumbersome. Luckily, we have plenty of storage solutions to help you get things in order! Here’s the best way to organize everything in your closet. Shoes […]

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What is Your Home Saying About You? 5 Interior Design Ideas That Speak Your Language

What is Your Home Saying About You?5 Custom Ways It Can Speak Your LanguageIf your home’s walls could talk, what would they say about you…

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What to Do with a Bonus Room

Many houses these days are built with a “bonus” room – extra space that’s often described as an optional bedroom, office, or unfinished…

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5 Home Improvements That Add Value

As you prepare to sell your home, you may want to complete a bunch of home improvements in hopes of increasing your home’s list price. However, not all improvement projects are worth the time and investment. For example, while you may feel the addition of an upscale master suite will create a real estate bidding war, it’s essential to remove personal opinions from your home improvement equation.

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Just Moved? Here’s How to Incorporate Existing Furniture Into a New Space

We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page.  For many, moving feels like an excuse to go on a serious design binge. After all, new rooms are the perfect place to try out some of the looks […]

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Online School Set Up And Preparing For Virtual Learning

COVID-19 has changed the way we do many things, including how our children learn. Over 1.2 billion children have been impacted worldwide by school closures during the pandemic. Because of these closures, parents sought other avenues like virtual learning or homeschooling. Since there is no telling how long COVID-19 will shape school closures moving forward, […]

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Target Is Selling Mid-Century Modern Furniture for a Steal

We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page.  Target has been hinting about the release of its new budget mid-century modern furniture line all summer. The suspense probably killed a few design fanatics. For the survivors, Project 62, the […]

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17 Wall Decor Ideas to Spruce Up Your Space

Want to make your house feel more like a home? Add intrigue to your space by filling those blank walls. If you need some brilliant wall decor ideas, we’ve rounded up 17 of the most on-trend ways to spruce up your walls. The best part? Some of these looks won’t even cost you a cent. […]

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A Revolutionary Bladeless Ceiling Fan by Exhale Fans

Since the advent of crowd funding, we are seeing an increasing number of entrepreneurs seeking to obtain funding for their projects by asking for the support of various investors who pledge money so that collectively they will provide the financial means needed to see it through. This is exactly what designer Nik Hiner and his […]

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Add Architectural Detail with Wainscoting

Wainscoting can transform a boring space into a work of art. It can involve raised panels, recessed flat panels and bead board combined with various types of rail and molding. These add interest, style and, above all, a focal point to almost any room. Below are just some of the ways you can use it […]

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