Home Improvement on the Web This Week

Posted by Paige Thomas ~ April 10, 2009

Here's some highlights of what I've been reading on the web this week:

Rejuvenation Contest for $1,000 Worth of Products:

Enter to win $1,000 worth of Rejuvenation products? Now that's something I can get excited about. If you live in Portland and have been to their showroom you know what I'm talking about. If you've never seen their amazing hardware and lighting products, this is a good time to get familiar with them via their website.

To enter, you need to submit up to three photos of a your recently remodeled space (with or without Rejuvenation products). Projects will be posted on their website and users can vote on their favorite update. The homeowner with the most votes wins!

(Corona Tri from Rejuvenation)

If I got the$1,000 I'd have my eye on the Corona Tri , the Orbis ceiling light from their Satallite Mid-Century Modern series, and maybe some new switchplates.

Apartment Therapy Kitchen Cure:

I just signed up for the Apartment Therapy Kitchen Cure. Six weeks dedicated to working along with hundreds of other fellow readers to put new life into our kitchens.

The cure starts this Monday, and I'm excited to see what Sara Kate has planned since the cure is coinciding perfectly with my move into a new home and new kitchen. With tips on everything from reorganizing your pantry, to working on knife cutting skills planned for the "syllabus", the next six weeks should be fun. Sara Kate is also suggesting a dinner party as a "graduation" ceremony at the end. We'll see if I actually get that organized...

Thinking your kitchen could use a cure or two, sign up for the Kitchen Cure by Monday to start with the rest of the class.

Home Depot Printable Tax Credit Eligible Product Lists:

Everyone these days wants to know how they can benefit from the recent stimulus package and the slew of projects and tax credits that went into effect with it. Home Depot posted on their Twitter this week with links to printable lists of tax credit eligible products. If this doesn't make it just plain simple for homeowners to update their home and get money back, I don't know what does.

There was lots more great stuff on Twitter and around the web this week...but there's just not enough hours in the day to list them all here. Hope enjoy this quick selection.

Have a great weekend everyone!

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