Choosing The Right Window Treatment For Your Home

Posted on: 16 February 2015
When it comes to dressing up your home, window treatments can do just the trick. Not only do they add a bit of aesthetic appeal, but they can also make your home more functional by adding and reducing light. Knowing which type of window treatment to use for each room shouldn't require you to hire an interior designer. Instead, here are 4 areas of your home that can be improved with the right window treatment.
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Easy Tips For Keeping Fingerprints Off Of Your Stainless Steel Appliances

Posted on: 5 February 2015
You probably love the bright and modern look of stainless steel appliances, but one not-so-pleasant thing that you have probably noticed is the fact that they can become streaked with fingerprints very easily. Short of telling your family members not to touch your appliances at all, you might not think that there's much that you can do about it. Luckily, however, there are a few tips that you can follow to help prevent fingerprints from appearing in the first place.
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Catering To The New Generation Of Furniture Buyers

Posted on: 29 January 2015
For many years, Baby Boomers were the main generation of shoppers in furniture stores. As they've aged, retailers have looked to the next generation of consumers, the Boomer's children and grandchildren. Smart furniture store owners know that the younger generations have different shopping habits compared to their elders, and are adjusting accordingly. Generation X In broad terms, Gen X refers to those born between the early '60s and the early '80s.
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Destroying Foxtail Weeds Can Protect Your Pet's Life

Posted on: 27 January 2015
Weeds are a nuisance that mar the beautiful appearance of lawn, trigger allergies and can get stuck to clothes and hair. But did you know that a specific type of weed, foxtails, can also put your pet's life at risk? This guide will explain how your pet can be hurt by foxtails, and what you can do about it. Foxtails Foxtails are named for their bushy, tail-like appearance. Foxtails cover the seeds of wild grasses and are designed to easily stick to anything that touches them so the seeds can be spread wherever they're carried.
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