5 Tips to a Home Remodel Project that Won’t Break The Bank

5 Tips to a Home Remodel Project that Won't Break The Bank
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Whether you’re out of space, and you don’t want (or can’t afford) to move, or you simply want to change the look of your home…a home remodel can be a costly endeavor.

You could take out a home equity loan to fund your home remodel, however who wants debt on top of all the stress of remodeling a home?

A smart move is to pay for your remodel with cash instead. 

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Home Renovations Worth Investing in

Home Renovations Worth Investing in

There are many renovations homeowners can invest in, but not all are worth the time, money, and effort they require. That being said, the right upgrades can do wonders for your home. This guide will detail three of the top home renovations worth investing inso you can make the right changes. Not only can these upgrades make daily living better, but they’ll also pay off if you ever sell the property.

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Revamping Your Bedroom in 2021: Where to Save and Where to Splurge

Revamping Your Bedroom in 2021: Where to Save and Where to Splurge

Bedroom interior with sage green and white sheets and cushions and a blanket. Black metal table with vases beside the bed. A lamp standing in the corner. Real photo.
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We can all agree that 2020 was a terrible year. Most of us were spending a lot of time indoors, so we had the chance to truly see what needs to be improved in our interiors. This year didn’t have an amazing start either, but we have the chance to start with a fresh coat of paint… well, at least in our bedrooms. If this sounds like something you would want to do but fear you don’t have enough money, don’t worry. There’s no need to overspend on every little thing. Here are a few tips on where to save and where to splurge.

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7 Ways to Use Pantone’s Color of the Year

7 Ways to Use Pantone's Color of the Year
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This year, Pantone has opted to go with two colors…a bright, happy shade of yellow and a calming light gray.

Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute describes the color choices as “Practical and rock solid but at the same time warming and optimistic.”

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