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From rugs as art to outdoor urban oases, it's going to be an exciting year in design.
Interior Design Show curators predict that a fusion of classic design with modern sensibilities will dominate homes this year.
Conquer routine tasks this month, and pave the way for a safe year at home.
Changing filters and checking detectors are at the top of this to-do list.
Take a step back and re-evaluate your financial goals.
Whether you own a home already or are planning to buy one, it's important to have enough money saved for the unexpected.
Notice a few negatives on your report? Consider these strategies to bump up your score.
Understanding your score could lead to increasing it.
Use color to create something new and exciting in your home this year.
One design industry expert says to expect bold, intense hues and vivid brights.
Tackling a project may bring you one step closer to the house of your dreams.
Make some efficient yet affordable changes to your space.
Planning on trading up or scaling back? Homebuyers and sellers are having different experiences due to major housing market fragmentation.
This is the big real estate trend to be aware of this year.
Both a binder and a safety deposit box are encouraged for storing purposes.
From birth certificates to vehicle titles, there's specific info you should have on hand in times of need.
One Houston interior designer predicts these elements will start showing up in homes in 2017.
Keep an eye out for mixed metals, gemstone tones and Scandinavian style.
These communities attempt to combine the best features of urban and suburban life, such as quality public schools and prime office and retail space.
A new report predicts these neighborhoods will draw more households across the U.S. over the next decade.
These observations can help you prepare before you begin your search.
Know why you're buying, drive around the neighborhoods you like and don't buy the biggest house you can afford.
January is a great time to organize your home.
These three strategies can get you on your way to a less stressful life.
Behavioral psychologist Dr. Paul Marciano gives advice on how to achieve goals in the new year.
Only 8 percent of those who make New Year's resolutions actually accomplish them.
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Several people will win gift cards valued from $100 to $500 ($5,000 total).
It helps to focus your efforts on high-reward areas like the kitchen and use quality tools and products.
These five tips can help reduce the stress of the holiday season.
Some experts believe it's a prime time to put your house on the market.
One study found that homes listed in winter had a 10 percent greater chance of selling at or near their asking prices than homes listed in the summer.
Take a moment to put your name in the hat for a $100 or $500 Visa gift card.
Don't miss the opportunity to win a Visa gift card in time for the holidays.
Unexpected guests about to stop by for a visit? Get your home ready in 15 minutes with this five-step checklist.
Prioritize, focus, divide and conquer your spaces when you don't have much time.
Thanks for a successful year! Enter now for your chance to win a Visa gift card.
One winner will receive a $500 Visa gift card, and 45 others will win $100 gift cards.
Did you know you should soak showerheads in white vinegar once a year? Or that mattresses benefit from regular vacuuming?
Washers and dishwashers also need attention every month.
Check back in 3 days. A new sweepstakes begins, and $5,000 worth of Visa gift cards will be given away.
Use this seven-day plan, and you'll be ready when the guests arrive.
Divide up the chores by room or by task.
Stinky garbage disposal? Clogged vacuum? Give them the attention they need.
Learn how to properly maintain some common household items.
Washi tape for glasses and fragrant natural elements, such as clementines and rosemary plants, can add festive touches to your next shindig.
House & Home design editors give advice for hosting a stress-free gathering.
Don't want your guests to leave once their plates are clean? Here are six ways to keep the energy going.
Punch bowls, mood lighting and upbeat music can create the perfect atmosphere.
Don't let the festive tunes distract from conversation.
Key tips: Keep the sound at a tolerable level and choose songs that flow well.
Planning, prepping and practicing are key aspects for a seamless get-together.
Serving one signature cocktail and smaller hors d'oeuvres can cut down on cleanup.
Have $100 or less to spend? A little can go a long way for bathroom upgrades.
Some elbow grease and a bit of DIY know-how can make your space sparkle again.
Redoing your bathroom can be labor-intensive and pricey. Doing your research in advance can make the process a little easier.
How to get the most bang for your buck when you upgrade.
Would you like a warm toilet seat to sit on in the mornings? Or maybe a tub that sets the mood with special lighting? New products are making it easier to add high-tech features to your bathroom.
Motion sensors, programmable showers and waterproof televisions are just a few of the ways to incorporate technology into this space.
Neutral colors, high-tech toilets and digital faucets: Which trend speaks to you?
Spending on kitchen and bathroom renovations is on the rise. Read more for the top bathroom trends in 2016.
How about a smartphone-connected smoke detector that notifies you of an alarm, even if you're not home?
Learn where you should place smoke alarms in your home as well as how technology has improved the smoke detector.
Having working smoke alarms in your home reduces the danger of dying in a house fire by half.
The Red Cross suggests two steps to promote fire safety. Are you taking them?
Have you ever used the wrong wattage when replacing a light bulb? It may seem harmless, but it could cause an electrical fire.
These mistakes could cause a fire. How many are you making?
According to the U.S. Fire Administration, 50 percent of residential fires result from cooking. To keep your home safe, don't leave food on the stove or boiling water unattended, and always make sure to turn off appliances when you're done.
Six ways to prevent a dangerous house fire.
What do wine bottles, surfboards and ceiling tins have in common? They all double as creative fencing.
These unique designs are sure to make your backyard border stand out from the norm.
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