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15 Ideas to Make a Small Room Look Bigger
Small rooms are cozy and efficient, but can often feel cramped and difficult to keep organized. Luckily there are many ways to make a small room look bigger. Here are 15 clever tips and tricks of the eye that can be easily incorporated into any...
Tips for How to Use Painters Tape | Family Handyman
Apply painters tape faster and more effectively so you can get started painting sooner and make fewer mistakes.
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Clean Moldings Before Applying Painter's Tape
Even the stickiest masking tape won't stay put if you apply it to a dusty, dirty surface. You'll save yourself a lot of time and frustration if you start every masking job by cleaning the moldings or the wall to which...
How to Make a Small Room Look Bigger | Family Handyman
Learning how to make a small room look bigger starts with the clutter. Too much clutter overpowers the square foot and will make the room look smaller. The adage less is more, holds true when there's too much stuff taking up precious space. A quick way to make room is spending the day decluttering . Do this by reducing the number of decorative accessories, knick knacks, artificial plants and...
Man Cave Ideas | Family Handyman
Build your "man cave" in a garage, a basement, a corner of the yard, or any other piece of unclaimed real estate in your house. Get inspired by these DIY spaces.
By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine
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As a DIYer, you've worked hard to make your home a civilized place. But you also need a space to shift evolution into reverse, devolve a little and get...
How To Choose Paint Colors | Family Handyman
When choosing color, especially neutrals, it's important to know the undertone. Light gray, for example, can have undertones of pink, yellow, blue, green, etc., that you can't really see until it's covering an entire wall. The best way to find the undertone is to look...