One of the most exciting aspects of home decorating is the use of the various materials that give a space its ultimate finishing touches. These can be small finishing touches, such as a lamp or a picture frame.

But it is also possible to have more extensive design choices. One of the most sophisticated and popular choices to achieve this effect is carved wood trim, or molding.

Nothing finishes a room like molding. Molding details in design styles such as rope trim molding, pearl molding, chair rail, Victorian and more add style, warmth, finish and especially value, to a property.

Custom architectural wood carving is a traditional and classic choice…but not the only choice, by any stretch of the imagination! Rope trim molding is a very classic choice, also, with a slightly contemporary “twist” (no pun intended!).

Also available, in addition to rope trim molding, are large corbels, small corbels, fluted molding and resin crown molding, just to name a few. Let’s

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Of all the many parts of a house, the roof is one of the most important. Not only does a roof keep out the elements, it represents nearly half (40 percent) of a home’s visual exterior and with such a high percentage, it plays a key role in a house’s overall aesthetics.

With a roof playing such an important role for a house, it’s important to keep it looking at and performing at its best. When it comes to roof replacement, there are many things to consider, whether you opt for self-repair or allow roofers to do the job.

Low-cost options

One option for roof replacement is simply putting new roofing shingles over the old ones or reroofing. This option does eliminate some of costs associated with roof replacement and is a good idea if there are no major issues with your roof. Homes are allowed two layers of asphalt shingles and 80 percent of homes are covered with asphalt roofing shingles. Asphalt roofing shingles are long lasting, with a lifespan of anywhere from 20 to

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That bathroom remodel project isn’t going to complete itself. It’s time to put your nose to the grind and get to it!

Remodeling the bathroom is the most common homeowning project ouside of sprucing up the bathroom. It makes sense when you think about it. The kitchen isn’t just where we go to grab a bite to eat, but to chat, finish chores and browse our phones in the morning. When it feels cramped or lackluster? You’ll do whatever it takes to get it back up to speed in time for the holidays. Whether you want to convert tub to shower or change out your backsplash tiles, there’s a whole world of potential waiting for you.

Your bathroom remodel project needs to keep a few steps in mind to turn out a success. Jot down some notes with the list below.

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American homeowners today have a lot to enjoy when it comes to homeowning renovations. The interior design industry boasts a plethora of accessible and useful materials fo you to selec

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