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Open vs. Closed Kitchens — Which Style Works Best for You?

For centuries the kitchen was strictly a workspace. Often tucked in the back of the house, it had room for just the bare essentials. But a peek at many new kitchens today reveals a very different approach: the open-concept kitchen at the

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Renovations Are Up in 2013

Home improvement projects are on the rise, with kitchens and baths still topping the popularity chart More than 100,000 people have spoken. And they say this will be the year renovations come back. The number of U.S. Houzz users moving

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100 Contractor Tips to Read Before You Remodel

The contractor-homeowner relationship can be complicated, but it’s not hopeless — understanding the process can help you get the most out of your remodeling project. Take a look at the hints and suggestions I’ve picked up and put into 10

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