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Can You Move a Kitchen Island?

Changing up most spaces throughout your home regularly isn’t a big deal, but the kitchen is a different story altogether. Moving an island might just be a whim, but it can also make your kitchen flow better and make it easier for you and your …

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The 10 Pros and Cons of Vinyl Ceiling Tiles

Vinyl ceiling tiles, also known as PVC ceilings, are currently trending. They work well and match with modern and contemporary decor in both residential and commercial settings. Some of the pros and cons of vinyl ceiling tiles to help you decide their worth are: Pros …

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Can a Toilet go on an Internal Wall?

Chances are if you are asking yourself this question you may have been told by your builder or designer that the toilet needs to be placed against the outside wall. While there are good reasons to do so, it is not always necessary. In fact, …

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Are Bigger Tiles Harder to Lay?

Tiles are an excellent way to finish walls and floors in both residential and commercial premises. Not only are tiles affordable, but they are also quite durable and provide a beautiful appearance to the area they are used in. All you must do is choose …

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How High Should Baseboards be off the Floor?

Whether you are building a new home or room, remodeling one, or just doing a few touch-ups, baseboards can add both a unique touch to the room and help to hide flooring edges. Baseboards can add a bit of elegance to a room, but can …

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Should You Drywall the Ceiling Before the Walls?

Drywall is one of the most common building materials for many walls and ceilings. It’s easy to work with and can be easily installed. It is relied upon because it creates for clean finishes, is really durable, and will require minimal work and effort if …

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What is the Difference Between Molding and Trim?

If you’ve recently embarked on a renovation project, chances are you’ve heard the terms molding and trim used interchangeably and may be wondering what the difference is between the two. Trim is a general term used to describe the material used around openings such as …