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Looking for a property to make your very own masterpiece in an established neighborhood! Well, here's the property for you! This 3 bedroom, 1.…

Beautiful brick Monticello home with wide open floor plan all on one level; featuring soring ceilings, formal dining, family place, breakfast …

Lovely renovated home in the heart of Windsor Forest neighborhood. This property has undergone tremendous updating including renovated kitchen…

Check out this home in Coward with plenty of room for a growing family. It has a covered front porch to sit an relax, back patio to put your g…

If you’re looking for a huge weatherproof wall hanging but you don’t want to break the bank, try this genius Dollar Tree hack from @evebydesigns. Using dollar hula hoops, zip ties, and faux ivy, she created a striking work of outdoor décor.


Great opportunity to to own this Southern Gem. You will love the antique wood floors at first sight. A short walk or golf cart ride will have …

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If your outdoor space is limited to a balcony or patio, adding greenery to the walls is one way to make the most of your vertical space. This video from @wildseedsgarden shows just how many plants you can fit in just a few feet.

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If you plan to enjoy your backyard this spring and summer, getting it ready should be near the top of your to-do list. Before you start mulching or planting anything new, this typically means starting by clearing out any debris, sticks and leaves that have collected over the winter, as well as sweeping the deck or any patio areas. Clearing out the front yard will also boost your home’s curb appeal.

There’s a lot to love about small houses: less upkeep, lower utility costs, manageable floor plans. If you already live in a small house or are thinking of buying one, you’ll probably spend lots of time on the interior. But key exterior design and landscaping tips can do much to play up all that’s wonderful about your small home. Here are six ideas, as well as some key considerations, for small houses.

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If you brought pots and urns indoors during the winter, you can take them outside once temperatures are consistently above 45 degrees. Place the plants and flowers in appropriate areas around your patio or deck — some plants need shade, while others require direct sunlight. If you grew plants indoors during winter with a hydroponic garden, make sure you have enough pots or urns if you’d like to replant them outdoors.

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‌We like an easy-care polypropylene outdoor rug for its versatility. It transforms patios and sunrooms into cozy, welcoming spaces.

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After the cold, wet winter months, your patio furniture will likely be in need of a refresh. TikTok user @ftwmichele revamps her patio set with a quick sand, a can of blue spray paint to cover up the rust, and add a bright pop of color.

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