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Is Vinyl Flooring Fireproof or a Fire Hazard?

Vinyl floors are a popular, affordable option that many homeowners love. However, people often worry about the safety risks that might be associated with vinyl flooring. Although vinyl offers many advantages as a flooring material, some fear that installing vinyl flooring in their homes could …

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Must a Shower Wall be Tiled? What You Should Know

Designing a bathroom is fun and exciting… and really overwhelming. There’s just about a million choices to make. And, with a bathroom, every design element must be chosen for its functionality as well. Take the shower, for example. Oftentimes the focal point of a bathroom, …

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How to Paint Styrofoam to Look Like Wood in 9 Steps

Styrofoam is used in a variety of applications because it is inexpensive, lightweight, and easy to work with. The primary downside is that it doesn’t blend in well with its bright white color and widely considered unattractive. Fortunately, you can paint and decorate your Styrofoam …

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A Guide to Kitchen Island Sizes: How Big Should it be?

A kitchen island is a great addition to any kitchen that provides style, efficiency, and added convenience. But there is a lot of planning that goes into finding the correct size to fit the space you’re working with. We’ll be diving into everything you need …

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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, …