Archive - 2011

1
An Introduction to Soil pH – How It Helps Your Garden Grow
2
Clutter/Declutter: Transitioning to a More Minimalist Lifestyle
3
Renovation Project Planning Part 3: Needs Analysis (Case Study: Bathroom Renovation)
4
Renovation Project Planning Part 2: Creating a Statement of Purpose and Goals
5
Renovation Project Planning Part 1: Overview
6
Plant Profile: Clematis “Tangutica”
7
The Essentials of Deck Planning and Construction
8
The Ottawa Home and Design Show 2011: Fantasy Shopping Writ Large
9
Renovation Story: Full Kitchen Rebuild
10
Decorator, Designer, and Architect: Differences for DIYers

Clutter/Declutter: Transitioning to a More Minimalist Lifestyle

I may be a packrat at heart, but I consider myself semi-recovered. Here’s how I got past the emotional baggage so I could get rid of some of my stuff and have a space with a bit of breathing room.

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Renovation Project Planning Part 3: Needs Analysis (Case Study: Bathroom Renovation)

Planning a bathroom renovation but worried you won’t get a design that works? In this post we do a walkthrough of a needs analysis that can help you make decisions you won’t regret.

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Renovation Project Planning Part 2: Creating a Statement of Purpose and Goals

Part 2 of a series on renovation project planning: a look at how to define the design problem so that your renovation works out more successfully. A Bathroom renovation is used as a case study.

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Renovation Project Planning Part 1: Overview

If you want your next renovation project to be a success, you’ll take some time and do a thorough job a planning. Here are some impotant project management tips based on my research and personal experience.

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