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How to Caulk Tile on the Bottom of Baseboards

Tiling a room in your home can be a laborious process.

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1950s Ceiling Tiles

Watching period films or looking at images from certain eras can be inspiring when decorating your home.

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How to Tile Kitchen Countertops

There are many reasons to add tile to a kitchen countertop, from beautifying the space to creating a better work surface.

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What Size Trowel to Use for Laying Marble Tiles?

Marble tiles, like many other tiles, come in a variety of sizes and thicknesses.

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How to Set a Marble Window Sill

Most windowsills are made of wood because it is inexpensive and easy to cut.

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How to Dispose of Tile Mortar

Thinset mortar is frequently used as an adhesive to set tiles in place.

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How to Install Hardwood Flooring Over Tile

Hardwood flooring is one of the most popular finish materials available to homeowners.

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How to Cover a Laminate Backsplash

A laminate backsplash can really date a kitchen design, and pulling it down may disturb the counter or cabinets.

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How to Paint Over Subway Tiles

The standard 3-inch by 6-inch ceramic tiles that often line a bathroom wall or kitchen backsplash received the name “subway tile” because they resemble the tiles commonly found on subway walls.

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DIY Broken Tile Top on a Coffee Table

If you picked up a cheap wooden table at a flea market or thrift store, you may not know what to do with it.

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How to Replace Mosaic Tile on an Outdoor Firepit

Replacing mosaic tiles on an outdoor firepit requires a number of tools, materials and procedures.