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How To : Make your rug non-slip

Tired of slipping and tripping on that pesky area rug? You can make any rug in your house non slip with just a tube of silicone adhesive. Watch this how to video and find out how to secure the rugs in your house.

How To : Install floating glass wall shelving in your home

Glass shelves add a elegant beauty to your home, but imagine how much more elegant and sleek they would look if they were simply floating against the wall. Floating glass shelves are the innovative way to create stylish wall arrangements. These video instructions will show yo ...more

How To : Hang Curtains Without Making Holes in the Wall

Do you live in a dorm room or apartment where you are not allowed to make holes in the wall? Are your parents strict about messing with the paint job in your bedroom? Not to worry: if you want to hang curtains, you can do so without any tools. No holes, no nails, no screws, no ...more

How To : Easily Replace a Damaged Laminate Floor Plank

Laminate floor planks look beautiful and add elegance to a home. However, if a plank gets damaged, it detracts from the beauty of the flooring. Do you call in a professional and pay tons of money to replace the plank? Thankfully, no. There actually is an easy way to replace a ...more

How To : Make Colorful Ice Candles

See how to make homemade "ice" candles out of taper candles (or wax flakes). Cut up the taper candles, heat them until melted, then pour into a container lined with ice (chipped ice, not cubes) with the wick dangling in from above. The ice will create an interesting design in ...more

How To : Design flower arrangements & what tools are needed

How to design flower arrangements and what tools are needed: There are a few tools that you will need to make flower arrangements. You will need a pair of cutters for cutting softer stem flowers and a more heavy duty pair of cutters to cut tree branches. A knife is also a goo ...more

How To : Make a curved cut in ceramic tile

If you lay tile it is rare to do a job and not have to cut a curved piece of tile. If you do have to cut a curved piece there are two ways to do it. First, you have to draw outline of the cut that you need to make on the tile itself and mark the part you are going to remove wi ...more

How To : Make your own DIY wall decal with contact paper

In this video, Elizabeth Gleeson shows you how to make a super cheap and easy wall decal using contact paper from your local supermarket or WalMart. This is a great way to save money and get creative while adding style and substance to your home.

How To : Fold bathroom towels into fancy and elegant shapes

You may frequent hotels that treat your towels like your toilet paper, but some upscale hotels actually take pride in their towel presentation, therefore borrow some skills from master origami artists and apply them to folding towels and washcloths for memorable and decorative ...more

How To : Attach a fireplace mantle

Tim Carter demonstrates how to use a hidden French cleat to attach a gorgeous fireplace mantel to a wall. Learn this clever way to attach the mantel to the wall without using screws or nails. The challenge is to mount a fireplace mantel to the wall without putting screws or n ...more

How To : Create sunken or recessed ceiling panels

Want to turn an old ceiling into something new? Why not try a sunken or recessed ceiling look? Otherwise known as a coffered ceiling, create a more spacious feeling enviornment with this ceiling tutorial hosted by DIY home guru Ron Hazleton. Ron Hazleton is a DIY home improve ...more

How To : Create a cute DIY purse wall hanger on a budget

If you have an endless supply of purses and a limitless supply of wall empty wall space, it's about time you made some DIY purse racks. In this video, you'll see a very easy (and cheap) way to hang all of your purses (and please your boyfriend). For this DIY purse rack, you'll ...more

How To : Steam remove paint

John Leeke demonstrates using steam to remove heavy paint build up from wood surfaces in this five minute video. Steam paint removal softens the paint film so it can be more easily scraped away. It works well with the heavy paint buildup commonly found on the exterior of older ...more

How To : Install a clothing rod in your closet

Don’t pay a handyman to do this simple job—learn how to become handy yourself! You Will Need: * A clothing rod * A clothing rod holder * A pencil * A drill and bits * Wall anchors * Screws * Leveler (optional) Step 1: Identify wall substance Identify what kind of wall will h ...more

How To : Stop that paint can drip

Say goodbye to that drip. Keep the paint in the can. Does the groove of the paint can get filled with paint when you pour the paint out into a paint tray? Here is a tip what to do to stop that drip. Take a nail and hammer a couple of holes in the groove of the paint can. When ...more

How To : Make a fake stained glass window

If you want to make a beautiful fake stained glass window, in order to decorate the bathroom, kid’s room or any other room, without much fuss and money involved, here are some tips. First you need an old window on the desired dimensions and then you need some resin from local ...more

How To : Remove vinyl wallpaper without a scoring tool

This video by WallpaperOnWalls shows you how to remove a paperback vinyl wallpaper without using a scoring tool. Although the use of the scoring tool is common practice the tool is not always necessary and these tools might cause damage to your walls. To easily remove the fron ...more

How To : Hang heavy art on lath and plaster walls

This Home and Garden video tutorial shows how to hang heavy art on lath and plaster walls. This is really very easy and simple to do. Heavy objects of art will need big size nails for hanging. Hammering big size nails on lath and plaster wall is not possible. The nails just go ...more

How To : Make a secret compartment in your wall

Have something you want no one else to find? The best hiding places are in plain sight. Follow these steps to create a shockingly sly storage space. You Will Need: • A plastic switch box • A rotary tool • An electrical socket • Screws • A Phillips-head screwdriver • A f ...more

How To : Choose a practical, attractive suspended ceiling

Suspended ceilings have come a long way from rice cake-looking panels supported by a metal frame. To show you how far suspended ceiling tiles have come and why they are so practical host Meghan Carter visited Armstrong to get a first-hand look at drop ceiling tiles.

How To : Install towel hooks when remodeling your bathroom

Towel Hooks add function and a casual elegance to any style bathroom. AsktheDecorator.com host Meghan Carter demonstrates how to position all towel hooks and complete a towel hooks installation job. Why settle for messy towel bars when towel hooks keep a bathroom neat and tidy ...more

How To : Use a caulk gun and grout

Tim Carter of AsktheBuilder.com demonstrates great ways to caulk tiles with a caulk gun and some acrylic or latex grout. You can learn them too!

How To : Make Easy Macrame Owl - Wall Hanger Tutorial

How to Make Easy Macrame Owl - Wall Hanger Tutorial. You can use this Owl as a Wall Hanger or a Necklace. Changing the string sizes, you can make a bigger or a smaller owl. Video: . See more Macrame Owls bellow: Video: . Video: .

How To : Paint and distress furniture for a rustic look

In this video, Deana teaches us how to distress furniture. You will need the furniture you want to distress and then paint over it with green furniture paint in the parts you want to change. Apply the paint thinly and let it sit for 10-15 minutes, or until dry. Now apply your ...more

How To : Cope, or cut, molding to fit your room

When installing baseboards, crown molding ("moulding") and chair rails, it's tempting to cut 45-degree miters at the corners and hope for a sure fit. The problem is that most walls aren't square. Joining two 45-cut molding pieces may give you a square joint, but a square joint ...more

How To : Install laminate flooring in your home

In this tutorial, we learn how to install laminate flooring in your home. First, you want to inspect all your flooring. Clean your floor and then remove baseboards around the room. Lay down your underlayment before you begin, then lay down your flooring where you would like it ...more

How To : Remove vinyl wallpaper

In this tutorial, we learn how to remove vinyl wallpaper. First, take your putty knife and slide it underneath the wallpaper. Once you do this, you will be able to see the paper and put water on the wall to help remove the paper. Tear the wallpaper down in large chunks until i ...more

How To : Install laminate flooring with the glueless method

This video shows you how to install laminate flooring using a glue-less method. You will need a tape measure, hand saw, and circular saw. You will also need spacers, a rubber mallet, tapping block and a pry bar. Make sure the sub-floor has been prepared. Remove all debris. A m ...more

How To : Install a glass tile backsplash with Lowe's

Hey what a great idea. Is installing tiles such a simple activity? Why not install glass and ceramic? Learn from this Lowe's video on how you can install a beautiful backsplash. Glass mosaic squares add a trendy splash, while white subway tiles keep the design clean and conte ...more

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