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This Weekend: Refresh An All-Important Feature This Fall

In the winter, your home's windows work hard. Hopefully you've prepped them for the cold (and if not, weatherize first)! Because windows let in precious light and help you connect to the outside world during dark, bleak months. Make them more valuable by washing the glass, swapping out your old curtains for some new ones, cleaning the ones you have, or adding a refreshing little detail.
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