Tim and Denise McDannold’s foyer powder room in their Wellington Hills home received an honorable mention in the About Your Home Design Challenge. The before picture shows a basic half bathroom in a color of green the couple did not prefer.
In today’s economy, many homeowners are deciding to stay put. As a result, they are looking for ways they can improve their homes. Luckily, there are many do-it-yourself, cost-efficient home improvement projects that will do just that.
For Galen and Joan Grabill, it’s the character of an old home that draws them in. From the front porches on two levels, to the mammoth fireplaces and high ceilings, to the neighbor’s cat that runs to greet visitors, the Grabill’s Tuscarawas Township home screams with character.
Selling your home? Updating your environment? Just want a change in surroundings? There are many reasons why you might decide to renovate, redesign or reorganize the place where you live. Here are a handful of books that can show you how to turn your house into a modern and stylish home.
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