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There's a lot to consider: paneling, baseboards, shower door. Before you install the toilet, get situated with these tipsFull Story
MORE ROOMSTech in Design: Where to Put Your Flat-Screen TV
Popcorn, please: Enjoy all the new shows with a TV in the best place for viewingFull Story
REMODELING GUIDESFrame Your Views With Great Moldings and Casings
How to Work With Trim to Give Your Space Depth and InterestFull Story
STORAGEBookcases and Floating Shelves That Break the Mold
Linear horizontal shelves have their place, but you can also get creative. Here are some ideas to spark inspirationFull Story
REMODELING GUIDESWhere to Splurge, Where to Save in Your Remodel
Learn how to balance your budget and set priorities to get the home features you want with the least compromiseFull Story
MOST POPULARHow to Get Rid of Household Mold
Find out how to work with a pro to stop mold from damaging your house and health — and how to prevent it from formingFull Story
REMODELING GUIDESCrown Molding: Is It Right for Your Home?
See how to find the right trim for the height of your ceilings and style of your roomFull Story
DECORATING GUIDESWhere to Splurge and Where to Save When Decorating
See where it makes sense to invest in durable essentials and focal pieces, and where to economize on other thingsFull Story
REMODELING GUIDESDesign Details: Moldings — or Not?
16 new and unusual ways to trim your doors, floors and ceilingsFull Story
Creating Thoughtful, Livable Spaces For You in Loudoun County
Why moldings don't and shouldn't match in all rooms
Need help with Coretec Rocky Mountain Oak and transition moldings.
Transition of crown molding tile to natural (uneven) stone) in corner?
Do I need a transition molding?