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Home Tour day is finally here! Today is the day we start sharing the home tour… I know it has been a long time coming and thank you guys for all of your patience. As you know, last month our previous home was featured in Style at Home, we have to keep photos somewhat “secretive” till the feature is published. BUT Today I am bringing you more photos of the house and sharing: the main floor living space, kitchen, butlers pantry, kids playroomRead more
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I'm going to show you how to install interior french doors to an existing opening in your home. I'll share how much money we saved by doing this DIY ourselves and how it's not as complicated as you may think.
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Pocket doors solve for tight spaces. Raydoor's Pocket sliding doors make the most of tight spaces by disappearing into the wall.
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