Five Very Versatile Gift Ideas In A Hurry On A Budget

Posted on: 15 April 2015

When a special occasion comes up, you may find that you struggle to come up with a gift that fits in your allotted buying budget. Ordering flowers is nice, but creating your own distinctive, personalized gift means so much more. Try these clever and inexpensive gift ideas that suit a wide range of recipient and that you can quickly pull together in time for the special occasion. Five very versatile gifts that you can throw together on a budget include:
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Preserving Your Cedar Furniture With The Proper Finish

Posted on: 30 March 2015

When you're investing in new furniture for your home and yard, one of the most elegant materials you can choose is cedar. Known for its traditional red color and unique fragrance, cedar is durable and resistant to warping, shrinkage and other wear. If you want furniture that will last for years to come, pretreat and finish your cedar furniture right away. Here are some tips to help you care for your new cedar furnishings.
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4 Tips For Furnishing Your Home As A New Couple

Posted on: 19 March 2015

As a new couple, moving in together can be extremely exciting. However, most new couples do not realize how furnishing their home can make a huge difference in their relationship. You need to learn compromise and ensure that the home is furnished in a way that you both like and that still allows you both your own space to avoid unnecessary arguments. Here are four tips for furnishing your home as a new couple:
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Top Myths Surrounding Granite Countertops

Posted on: 3 March 2015

Are you planning a kitchen remodel in the near future? Are you still trying to decide whether or not to have granite countertops installed? Here is the truth behind some myths that you may have heard from family and friends about granite countertops: Myth #1 Nothing can scratch a granite countertop: Not all countertops being sold as granite are true granite. While these types of stone may be just as beautiful as true granite, they may actually be much softer.
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