Guest Picks: Stripe While It's Hot

Cute, quirky stripes can add as much interest to any area. A small accent in exhibited tableware, a tiny piece of artwork or a brightly striped tray is all you need to live colorfully in 2013. Even if color is not your thing, chic classic stripes in neutral colours can still heap on the size […]

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Edging Material for Landscape

Adding edging to the landscape is frequently an essential part of completing your garden layout and the materials that you choose may drastically change the last appearance. Whether you’re looking to boost a flower bed with aesthetically pleasing edging or trying to keep up a physical barrier between different parts of the landscape, then choose […]

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Recycled Rubber Landscaping Bricks

Recycled rubber landscaping substances help to put mountains of scrap rubber to better use. Landscaping bricks and pavers made from recycled rubber aren’t just environmentally friendly, but they also provide several benefits over traditional paving materials. Rubber pavers are lightweight, wear-resistant, non-slip, easy-to-install options to old-fashioned bricks that also happen to be great for the […]

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What's a Good Credit Rating for Buying a Home?

FICO is a credit-scoring system established by the Fair Isaac Corp.. FICO scores are calculated to find out the probability of credit users paying their bills. FICO scores have become the benchmark of the lending industry for choices. Howevernot all lenders use FICO scores to determine creditworthiness. Some lenders use scores from other agencies such […]

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Where Can I Find FHA Rules & Guidelines?

The Federal Housing Administration provides insurance for house mortgages to homebuyers and refinancers around the country. Finding out its rules and guidelines for financing is a significant step in applying for a FHA loan. The best place to find out this info is the official website of FHA, that will be featured the U.S. Department […]

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Do Income-Based Apartments Work?

The Low Income Housing Tax Credit program, Controlled by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, began in 1986. Throughout this program, owners of multi-family houses designate income-based apartments, also referred to as tax credit properties, to low income residents for a reduced rent. Owners get a financial benefit from the authorities for their […]

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Guest Groups: Feeling Foxy

Just like birds and owls, foxes are popping up all around the home decor world. I have to admit, I’m loving this trend. Some of these items have a masculine vibe to them, while others provide a more earthy texture. If you’re not so confident about this trend nonetheless, see because it might just grow […]

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Guest Groups: Hardworking Hardware

I get lots of emails from website readers and questions from friends when it comes to hardware for the home. Whether you are looking for curtain rods, pulls for your kitchen drawers or even a pay for an air compressor, there are plenty beautiful of options out there. Listed below are a couple of of […]

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Guest Groups: Gustavian Style

The combination of Swedish flavor with fashions imported by King Gustav III during his reign from the late 18th century account for the vast majority of the decorative influences of that period in Sweden. The look that gathered influences from several European courts (mainly France, Italy and England), became famous as the “Gustavian” style. Gustavian […]

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