Offers Winter Home Renovation Ideas for Homebound Remodelers

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Homeowners confined by snow and freezing winter weather can still complete innovative home-improvement projects, according to The online home improvement resource currently offers detailed instructions for short- and long-term remodeling projects that give homeowners a sense of progress and satisfaction during the dark months.

Even snow and freezing temperatures can't keep smart homeowners from making progress on their home improvement projects. With that in mind,, the online home improvement resource, is currently offering home project ideas and articles offering sound advice for homebound remodelers. Many projects can be done in two hours or less, and other projects offer steady home décor renovation through the winter months.

Whether a homeowner lives in Chicago -- where January temperatures dip below freezing -- or in snowbound Denver,'s articles, "Projects to Do in 2 Hours or Less" and "Original Art: Unbeatable Home Décor," offer ideas to start and complete home improvement projects while beating cabin fever. "Projects to Do in 2 Hours or Less" ( gives homeowners straightforward marching orders for quick and satisfying improvements including painting, bathroom tiling, furniture re-finishing, interiors, windows, and kitchen cabinets.

Home improvement enthusiasts don't have to put everything off until warm weather. "Original Art: Unbeatable Home Décor" ( will spark up fresh ideas for bringing original artwork into the home -- a project that can keep homeowners occupied until spring.

"Whether you're a procrastinator or just don't have much energy for home improvement when it's cold and dark, many of these ideas are just the thing to beat the winter blues," says Leigha Adamson of "The winter's a great time to make headway on bathroom or kitchen projects and free up outdoor playtime for when the weather improves."

Other articles on provide in-depth, step-by-step instructions for other poor-weather projects including replacing bathtub liners, designing a kitchen backsplash, selecting a bathroom vanity, renovating a teen bedroom, and planning your spring garden. Stimulating ideas and online tips about home remodeling financing, ongoing home maintenance, and home security round out a broad range of features that make for great stuck-at-home reading. is an online home improvement resource that provides tips, articles, and local contractor directories. It features interviews with homeowners and photos of their real remodeling experiences.


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