I sat down on my couch the other day and realized there was an unsightly white ring on my beautiful coffee table. Clearly someone (most likely me) had set a hot mug of coffee on there which had penetrated the stain. Fortunately, I was able to remove it. But what happens when it’s a deeper stain? Read on to find out!
Winter is coming….and that means more time inside hiding from the cold. Nothing feels as good as curling up on the sofa in front of a warm fire and relaxing. So how do you make sure your living room is up to par?! Our friends at HGTV share 40 tips to make sure your home is a winter haven.
In today’s world, options for flooring are endless. From hardwood to laminate, tile to vinyl and everything in between, there’s no shortage of choices! But each flooring option comes with its own set of unique challenges and limitations. Learning what they are and how to handle them is key to maintaining a long and happy relationship with your floor. Here, we examine some of the issues with laminate flooring and how to solve them!
Basements are a great part of any house – it’s the place where the kids can go wild, you can set up a home theater, your own personal gym may be down there – so many possibilities! So when you need to get some new flooring down there, what do you choose? You need something that can stand up to wear and tear but also something that can handle the different temperatures we often see in this part of the house. Choosing the right flooring for your specific circumstances is important for your health and your wallet.
If you’re like me, you have ceramic tile floors covering a large part of your house. My kitchen and foyer areas are entirely ceramic. After almost 8 years in my house, they are looking nasty – especially in the high traffic areas. So how do I keep them looking clean and sparkly? Luckily, HGTV.com offers some help!
It’s difficult to know everything that goes on below your flooring. Underneath the hardwood, laminate, tile, or carpet lies the subfloor, and it’s a component that only gets attention during a full-scale renovation or a full-blown problem. Even some of the telltale signs are easy to ignore. By the time that the issue becomes apparent, it might be too late for your subfloor.
Buying new floors? Read on for these common mistakes people make when ordering flooring for DIY projects!