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These 10 Cities Are Your Best Bet for Finding a Home Under $100K

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The real-estate market has been on a roller-coaster ride the past year as millennials are supposedly fleeing skyscrapers for extra space in the suburbs. But just because the demand for a home is through the roof doesn’t mean you can’t find a good deal with enough research. A new study from Realtor.com details how, despite a nationwide housing shortage, there are still towns full of inexpensive properties. The report highlights the 10 metros across the country with the largest inventory under $100,000. We combed through each location to find our favorite listings available—from palatial fixer-uppers to smaller, move in–ready options....

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Why I Paid $2K to Rip Out All of My Kitchen Cabinet

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s In Renovator’s Notebook, homeowners open up about the nitty-gritty of their remodels: How long it really took; how much it actually cost; what went horribly wrong; and what went wonderfully, serendipitously, it’s-all-worth-it-in-the-end right. For more tips to nail your next project, follow @reno_notebook. Size: 600 square feet Location: Greenpoint, Brooklyn Year built: 2007 Top priority: An apartment with lots of light—and outdoor space. New York City native Tara Gonzalez first fell in love with Greenpoint when she was working in the art department of a film production company just after college—the area is not only home to many studios,...

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Amanda and her family live in Roswell, Georgia — a wildlife refuge in a suburb outside of Atlanta

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She and her husband bought their home there a few years ago, after marrying and blending their families together. Amanda is a landscape artist, and when you see the gorgeous woods that surround her house you’ll understand how she finds inspiration for her work. Their house has a sense of old charm that you’ll just love, and art covers every wall. It must be a magical place to raise kids. Welcome, Amanda! Hello! We are a blended bunch, living in the Metro Atlanta area. I’m Amanda and I’m an artist, and my husband Drew is a producer at a major...

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This Once-Boring Color Is Getting a Rebrand (and We’re On Board)

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“What’s your favorite color?” is one ice-breaker that never gets old, even though the answer is pretty predictable: blue, green, or, on occasion, yellow. But what about brown? It wasn’t until we met Melissa Colgan, a designer who loves every shade, from chestnut to chocolate, that we started to question its drab reputation. “Every space needs a bit of brown,” says Colgan, whose Washington D.C. apartment is filled with sepia-toned furnishings and coffee-tinged fabrics. Colgan was methodical about her approach, juxtaposing dark chocolates with ochre, raspberry, and periwinkle—softer pastels that pick up on the patina of antique textiles. “The key to finding the right...

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Essentials Tall Wall Sconces

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