Have you noticed an unsightly scratch or scuff on your bathroom sink? Some homeowners turn a blind eye to otherwise minor damage such as this, believing it's purely cosmetic. While scratches can certainly hurt the aesthetic value of a bathroom sink, it can also lead to more serious damage. As water enters the material through the scratch, it can weaken the sink while causing the scratch to expand in the process. Depending on the severity of the problem, this may threaten the structural integrity of your bathroom sink. With a little work, however, you can repair minor scratches and scuffs.
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Posted by CCE Bloggers on 7/25/2018 to General Home Decor
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Does your home's interior design feature houseplants? Whether you consider yourself a green thumb or not, adding houseplants to your home's decor offers several benefits. While you may already some of them, chances are others will surprise you. So, consider the following reasons to include houseplants in your home's decor.
Posted by CCE Bloggers on 7/16/2018 to General Home Decor
Are you planning to move into a new home in the near future? Well, you aren't alone. Statistics show that roughly 40 million Americans move each year. While moving is exciting, it can also be stressful. And while there's no way to completely avoid the stress of moving, there are ways to have a smoother move. However, you should avoid the following mistakes when moving into a new home.
Posted by CCE Bloggers on 7/9/2018
It's hard to enjoy your patio and everything it offers when your furniture is covered in pollen. Sitting down on a pollen-covered chair or bench will likely result in at least some of the pollen getting on your clothes. And if you have allergies -- like millions of Americans do -- this can trigger an allergy attack. You don't have to stay cooped up inside your home all 365 days a year, though, With a little work, you keep your patio furniture pollen free.
Posted by CCE Bloggers on 7/4/2018 to General Home Decor
Creating an attractive living room begins with choosing the right furniture. While there are many different types of furniture available for the living room, coffee tables and end tables are arguably the most important -- at least for aesthetics.