Designer Eddie Ross mixes materials in the renovation of his 1920s home.
Don't fly blind on this tricky DIY.
Bugs be gone!
Spend a little now for a big payoff later.
We've already tried #5 at home (and you should, too!).
So long, unfinished walls and popcorn ceiling!
Let's just say, he refers to himself as a "flooring snob."
We consulted with seasoned pros: Frank and Sherry Fontana, the stars of FYI Network's newest show "Downtown Shabby."
They also how they landed their own design show on HGTV.
It's all about the first impression, people.
Don't even think about tackling a renovation before checking these to-dos off your list.
It's not as easy as some TV stars would have you believe.
Hints of blue might just be the new "it" trend.
Apparently, their real estate seminars didn't deliver what they promised.
And for more money.
Because the next owner might not love heated floor tiles.
Fix up this one room, and you're ready to go on the market.
A professional furniture restorer s her secrets on making repairs that last.
Tack cloths: They can be your best friend or your worst enemy.
You probably stroll through your home's enfilade every day.
When you can't afford a total gut job, focus on these specific changes instead.
A few small changes can reap considerable rewards.
It's good to dream big, but also know your limitations.
Tuck those cables behind your wall for a cleaner look.
But with these preventive measures, you can avoid costly repairs.
And ensure that little projects don't morph into huge ones.
Anyone with a home should have a proper toolbox. Here's your answer to what should be inside it.