Small But Savvy -- 6 Staging Tips To Make A Tiny Home Feel Bigger

Posted on: 25 April 2017

Prepping your house to show to potential buyers can be daunting when the home is less than ideal. How do you cultivate interest, for example, in a house or apartment that's smaller than many on the market? If this is your quandary, here are 6 staging tips to make any home feel -- and look -- larger than it really is. Remove Furniture. One quick way to make a room seem smaller is to cram it with furniture.
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Once A Gardener, Always A Gardener: Creating The Perfect Gift Basket For Disabled Gardeners

Posted on: 10 March 2017

One of the most difficult issues for those who love gardening is not being able to participate in the hobby they love due to health issues or physical limits caused by the aging process. Giving up the hobby they once enjoyed can be devastating and often leads to discouragement. If you know a former gardener who has become disabled, why not brighten their day by creating a garden-themed gift basket to show them you care?
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The Do's And Don'ts Of Hardwood Floor Care: 5 Golden Rules For Newbies

Posted on: 23 March 2016

If you have recently installed hardwood flooring in your home and are unfamiliar with how to properly care for your new floor, it's in your best interest to learn about maintenance and prevention. To protect your new investment and keep it in optimal condition, take heed and learn what mistakes to avoid and what measures to take for everyday care. The following guidelines will help you learn what you should be doing and what you shouldn't do to your new wood floor:
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