Stephen Wilson

Stephen Wilson is a professional American writer and editor with 10 years' experience. He has a Master's degree from United Theological Seminary in Ohio. He is a highly experienced home writer with 1000+ articles and blog posts about home design and interior decor.

Posts by Stephen Wilson:

How to Get Wrinkles and Creases Out of Carpet
| Updated July 14, 2022 | Published June 19, 2022

Has your carpet developed wrinkles? Are those wrinkles making you cringe? Wrinkles aren’t just unsightly – they’re also a tripping hazard. And stomping on the offending area won’t get rid of them. However, there are a few tricks that will make your carpet look pristine in no time.

How to Transition Carpet to Tile
| Updated July 14, 2022 | Published June 19, 2022

Transitioning your flooring from carpet to tile can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. With these few simple steps and some patience, you can have beautiful floors in no time.

How to Stop Light from Coming through Door
| Updated February 3, 2024 | Published June 12, 2022

Light coming through the cracks around the door can be annoying when you’re trying to sleep or otherwise need it to be dark in the room. Here are some easy ways to block the light that won’t disturb anyone else.

Bedroom Door Won’t Stay Open – What to Do
| Updated August 5, 2022 | Published June 8, 2022

If you’re having trouble getting your bedroom door to stay open, there are several things you can try before calling out a professional. This article will give you some tips when you have that bedroom issue.

Can You Epoxy a Shower Floor
| Updated April 1, 2023 | Published June 8, 2022

If you’re wondering whether or not you can epoxy a shower floor, the short answer is yes. In theory, at least. Epoxy is a great way to seal and waterproof your shower floors if that’s what you want. However, there are some drawbacks to consider before making the decision to use epoxy for your shower flooring project.

How Much Space Between Door and Frame
| Updated March 31, 2023 | Published June 6, 2022

When installing doors, besides keeping in mind the door size, the door type and weatherproofing and fire safety, on average you should leave about 1/8 inches of clearance from the sides of the door to the frame. This can be applied to both interior and exterior doors.

What Size is a Lap Blanket
| Updated August 2, 2022 | Published June 5, 2022

For most people, 30-45 inches is a good size for lap blankets. This means that when you sit on the sofa with your blanket wrapped around your legs, it will cover them perfectly.

Bathroom Sink Drain Pipe Size
| Updated February 4, 2024 | Published June 5, 2022

A typical bathroom sink has a drain size of 2 inches, while a shower stall uses a 3-inch drain line and larger tubs use a 4-in. pipe or even larger.