Build Your Own Wooden Stand for Your Ceramic Cooker

September 30, 2012

Nothing pairs better with a football tailgate party than grilled food, and one of our favorite ways to cook a burger or dog is on a ceramic grill.  In recent years, the Big Green Egg has become incredibly popular for its flawless job in grilling food to perfection.  Whether you choose to grill on a

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Wooden Remote Control Holders

September 26, 2012

If you are like most people, you are constantly on the hunt for your remote control.  Wouldn’t life be so much easier if you had one set place to keep your remote control collection?  A remote control holder can help do the trick, and one made out of wood can be a unique and affordable

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Wooden Halloween Decorations

September 17, 2012

Fall is officially here, marking the beginning of football season, comfort food for cooler days, and one of our favorite holidays for both the old and young: Halloween.  Perhaps the best thing about Halloween is getting your home ready in anticipation of this spooky holiday.  Whether you are throwing your annual Halloween bash or just

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Adding Value to Your Home with Baseboards

September 14, 2012

We’ve recently discussed the difference between bead boarding and wainscotting and how both types of wood detailing can add character to your home.  Another great way to add value to your home is through baseboards.  Whether your live in an older home with baseboards that have seen better days or have a room in your home with

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Sealing Wood Decks for Winter

September 12, 2012

The beautiful fall weather is officially here, making this the perfect time to complete some of those projects around the house. One of the best ways to preserve the life of the wood that was used to build your deck is to seal it for the winter season. Listed below are some simple step-by-step instructions

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The Difference Between Beadboard and Wainscoting

September 6, 2012

Beadboard has been used in home decorating since the early 1800’s and the traditional style still in vogue today are tongue and groove boards that slide together without the aid of nails, screws or adhesive. Similar to traditional paneling except for the very distinctive groove pattern, beadboard is typically installed vertically, producing a striped paneled

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Home Show at Overland Park Convention Center

September 3, 2012

It’s that time of the year, the 2012 Home Show-Fall Edition is right around the corner! The doors at the Overland Park Convention Center open Friday September 14th at 10AM and this year’s event will feature over 200 exhibitors showcasing everything from home decorating ideas, new home products, maintenance tips for the changing seasons, cooking

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