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Why are Quartz Countertops So Enticing?
The world of interior design became a better place when quartz countertops became a real viable, stylish and functional contender for the those searching for a new surface for their kitchen. Kitchen countertops are an important part of the kitchen, so when you begin the hunt for new tops you need to acknowledge the fact that kitchen countertops get used....
Brass Cabinet Hardware
Many homes built or updated between the 1970's and 2000's are likely to contain polished brass hardware.  Whether it be sliding closet doors, cabinet knobs, doorknobs and door hinges, brass is was a very common finish to use. I think we can all agree to be content that the polished brass/ gold phase has passed.   Many people are now "de-brassing" their homes...
Green Remodeing
Green Remodeling For People Who Don't Like Green Remodeing Remodeling is a losing game.  When you remodel a house, you impose yourself on the environment in several ways. Green remodeling tries to mitigate those things you do to harm the environment. This guide presents the main tenets of green remodeling--for people who may not necessarily care about green remodeling.   Even if you...
ikea-rast-hack-bliss-at-home-BEFORE
Ikea Rast Hack I’ve missed you guys! Life has been busy lately. So busy, I say BIZZ-ZAAAY! The kids are finally out of school (hooray!) and I took a break from tiling the shower stall to work on a fun Ikea Rast Hack.  I just never tire of an Ikea hack, do you? I am a furniture lover and often times look...
DIY Wood Headboard Hack
Here, at StackedStoneTile, we love to publish Creative DIY projects. Today, we present to you 8 Incredible Furniture Hacks which you would Pin on your Pinterest profile. 1.DIY Console Table A long black second-hand tv unit was beautifully updated with white paint and gold paint on the legs to give it a stylish new finish without spending much money. View the tutorial...
Marble fabric
When you hear the word "marble" you don't immediately think "affordable." It's imported, it's a real material, it's heavy, it's one-of-a-kind. But if you still love the look of marble and want to try decorating with it without spending a lot, you're in luck. Here are some top marble-inspired projects to buy or DIY. Faux marble contact paper You can find...
Kitchen Windows
6 Modern Elements Which Improve Your Kitchen Interior Modern design is not for everyone, but as of late I have noticed a huge surge in the integration of modern touches in interiors, especially the kitchen.  There is just something cool about the juxtaposition of sleek details sprinkled in a more traditional or transitional space. In general the modern vibe is...
Bathtub Liner DIY
Bathtub Liner DIY Replacing a worn bathtub and surround used to mean only one thing: weeks of disruption, a mess in the house, carpenters and plumbers coming and going, and one less bathroom to use in the house. In the past few years, though, the acrylic bathtub liner has become a popular alternative to replacing a bathtub and surround. It's...
How Do I Fix Bathtub That Has Already Been Refinished?
What do you do when you've refinished your bathtub, only to have it start to start flaking and peeling again?  A reader wrote to me saying I had Permaglaze redo my bathtub about 16 years ago and it was the biggest remodeling mistake I ever made...About two years later it started to flake off in the corners.... I have been looking...
6 DIY Home Decor Ideas
6 Cozy DIY Projects for Your Home Fight the winter chill and keep your home comfortable and cozy all season long with these simple, do-it-yourself pillows, accent pieces and more.   1. French Grain Sack Basket DIY Warm after a long brisk day outdoors by relaxing next to the fireplace. This beautiful rustic French grain sack basket is a great way to...

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