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7 Genius Entryway Storage Ideas to Get You Out of the Door Faster

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It’s so easy (and so unfair) how quickly your entryway can go from clean to chaos — and that chaos makes trying to get out the door brutal. Think of all that time wasted hunting for your keys and umbrella, or digging through a pile of coats in a desperate bid to find your buried purse. Five minutes spent riffling through your endless piles of stuff each morning becomes 35 minutes a week, or more than 30 hours a year! Breathe easy. You’re not alone. And you can reclaim that crucial morning time. “Most everyone that I’ve worked with has basically the same kinds of problems,... Read More

6 Materials to Never Use in Your Kitchen

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About to remodel that old kitchen? Unless you’re cool with treating the hardest working room in your house like a museum exhibit, resist the temptation to buy the cheapest or shiniest materials available and go for durable options that can stand up to regular abuse. Trust us: Although it may be tough to leave that raised, tempered glass bar top (ooo!) in the showroom, repairing its first (and second, and third) chip will get old. Very fast. Picking the right materials is easy if you do your homework. “There are amazing products out there,” says Jeffrey Holloway, a certified kitchen de... Read More

Should You or Shouldn’t You?

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It’s a marathon house-hunting day. As you check out listing No. 5’s brand new windows, it suddenly hits you: “Oh man, I have to go to the bathroom.” Should you, or shouldn’t you? Navigating do’s and don’ts can be totally awkward, so we asked the pros everything most buyers secretly want to know. Well, Can I Use the Bathroom? If you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go — but don’t just wander off and take care of business. It might not work in every house. Literally. “Ask permission,” says Pat Vredevoogd Combs, past president of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REA... Read More