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4 Ways to Getting Rid of Negative Energy in Your Home

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Because nothing is worse than feeling bummed out in your own house.

Try airing everything out. The first step to moving negative air out of your home: Open up all the windows and create a draft to let the air come through, even if it's freezing outside, fresh air is everything. While you're at it, shake out your pillows and blankets, too.

Turn Your House into a Modern Rustic Dream Home!

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Can opposites really work into one design theme? Apparently, the modern rustic ideas and designs are one of the top favourites of today's homes. The contemporary clean lines, minimalist themes are being paired with the warm and charming rustic styles. The result? A fashionably chic design with all the modern trappings and one that exudes the air and charms of home.

6 Creative Ideas for a Better Backyard

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Your house is defined by its interior as well as its exterior. Most people focus on decorating the inside of their homes and dismiss their backyard. In fact, paying attention to your backyard is as necessary as decorating the inside of your home. Let's see how you can make your backyard more fascinating with these creative ideas.

*You can make a backyard fire pit by simply stacking landscaping pavers on a level surface.

Important Things to “Fix Up” before selling

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When you’re preparing your home for sale, it’s not unusual to need to fix up a few things around the property.  After all, you want your home to look its best to buyers, so that you get good offers, quickly. What do you need to fix?  Here are three categories that will help you create and prioritize your list.

Make Smaller, Darker Rooms Look Brighter

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As daylight becomes noticeably reduced late in the year, it may become more difficult to enjoy the natural ambience of smaller, darker rooms. However, a few décor decisions can utilize both daylight and artificial light to make such rooms look larger and brighter.

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