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Color Palette of the Year Combos to Inspire Your Exterior Style

When it comes to playing and experimenting with color, why should interior designers have all the fun? We love to explore all the ways compelling color combinations can highlight the unique elements of your home—from siding and trim to windows and doors.

Let the home style tips come to you.

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    6 Clever Ways to Hide Outdoor Eyesores

    When considering the aesthetics of the overall exterior of one’s home, it’s easy to think about common fixes and large-scale renovations such as paint color, siding, landscape, gardening, etc. But what about those everyday eyesores like AC units, gas meters, garbage and recycling bins that are tricky to hide? We rounded up some of the best tips and tricks from outdoor design experts on how to easily hide everyday eyesores to improve your home’s curb appeal.

    From the Ground Up: 4 Lessons Learned from a New Home Build

    What is it like to design and build your dream home? This is part 4 of a 4-part content series, following interior designer Jodi G. on her journey from design through the building process and completion of her new country home.

    How to DIY an Elevated Bowl for Your Favorite Pet

    Spending more time outdoors with your pet is a good thing, mealtimes included. And using an elevated bowl makes it easier all around: more comfortable swallowing and less neck and back strain for your pets, less food cleanup for you.

    How to Build a Patio Cooler Stand Using Leftover Decking

    Looking to put your leftover decking materials to good use? A patio cooler stand makes a great weekend DIY project. The number of boards you’ll need will depend on the desired size and height of your cooler. We used Zuri® Premium Decking by Royal® and included the measurements below for easy reference.

    How to Make Board and Batten Shutters

    If you’re looking for a quick pop of curb appeal, shutters are one of the most effective ways to add it. Placed tastefully, they can introduce instant charm to your windows and entire exterior, while thoroughly complementing your siding and home style.