Kathy Martin

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Hello Guys! I am Kathy Martin, Founder of TopCareLab.com. Now, I am studying at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, and research about home and office interior design and furniture. I love creativity and write reviews about the best products to assist the people who love to purchase products with happiness. Learn more about me.

Modern Bedroom Renovation Ideas

bedroom renovation ideas

As one season fades and a new one approaches, it’s always nice to think about making changes to some of the rooms in your home. Not only does this give the place a renewed look, it also gives you an opportunity to incorporate some of the many fantastic new styles (or time-tested old ones) that […]

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How to Clean Your Dishwasher – You Should Know

The dishwasher leaves our dishes, glasses, cutlery and glassware unpolluted, but this appliance also needs us to clean its interior from time to time so that its operation is always like that of the first day.  Due to leftover food, grease and lime and impurities in the water itself, it also gets dirty, starts to smell […]

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17 Tips For Dining Room Table Decoration

Dining Room Table Decoration

Have you ever wondered how to decorate your living room table? It seems like a minor question, but when we can’t find the answer that fits perfectly, it becomes a recurring thought. Discover below the best ways to decorate the dining table!17 Ideas To Decorate Your Dining Room Table1. Use tall objects for round tablesWhen dressing or […]

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4 Important Ideas to Decorate Dining Table

Ideas to Decorate Dining Table

One of the questions you often ask me is how you can decorate the dining table. I admit that sometimes it is difficult to decide what and how to put it, but with these tips that we are going to see today, you will surely get a lot of inspiring ideas. A few months ago I […]

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Ideas for turning a bedroom into a dining room

Ideas for turning a bedroom into a dining room

One surface, two spaces. At a time when the interiors are getting smaller and smaller, the living room and the dining room seem forced to coexist. If on one side the living room promotes tranquility, this is not the case with the dining area which seeks conviviality. So how can these two pieces with opposite […]

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