Kids’ Room Design: Take Cues from Their Interests, Activities

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Decorating a child’s bedroom is a chance to let your imagination run wild – something you don’t always get with home design. With just a small amount of time and money, you can create a space that feels special and reflects your child’s uniqueness.

Build Your Own Outdoor Home Theater

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Find out how to set up a temporary home theater in your own backyard. Learn to build an outdoor home theater using materials and equipment that you already may have or could purchase at an affordable cost.

Create a Kids Room That Will Grow with Your Child

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Get tips on planning a kids room that will grow along with your child. Find out how to select flexible storage systems, convertible furniture, and neutral colors and finishes that won’t seem dated or juvenile over time.

Kids’ Bedrooms: Involving Little Ones in Decor Decisions

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When updating and redecorating a child’s bedroom as they age, using their likes and interests as a starting point will help you both create a space where they feel truly comfortable and at home. Here are a few general tips to help you and your child on your way to a happy, affordable result.

Open House Pitfalls to Avoid, Money Protection Tips for Weather Emergencies, and Bathroom Lighting Tips That Will Lift the Room’s Look – and Your Spirits.

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Learn open house do’s and don’ts that get offers rolling in.    Discover how to keep your finances safe from weather-related damage.  Get bathroom lighting tips that will flip the switch on a whole new look.  Plus, get answers to your home improvement questions about, eliminating bugs, painting paneling, crumbling foundations, split A/C, grading backyards, repairing a driveway, play structures, countertops.

It’s National Child Passenger Safety Week – And Your Kids Might Be At Risk

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You’re running late.  Your arms are full.  It will only be a short drive.  Your toddler is whining, and doesn’t want to climb into the booster seat.  Sound familiar?  If you’re a parent, my guess is “yes”!  And if you occasionally give in, you’re not alone: Findings released by Safe Kids Worldwide in time for Read the full article…