Do you have a bathroom that still has the flowery wallpaper from the previous tenants? Are you looking to turn your plain bathroom into a beautiful oasis?
It’s that time of year again! The kids are going back to school and schedules are about to become busier. Is your home ready for an academic whirlwind? We have a few organization ideas on how you can create spaces in your home designed to keep up with the chaos of a new school year.
Are you planning an addition to your home? Whether you’re thinking of adding an entire room or just wanting to build the perfect deck, there are some considerations you should make in the early stages of the planning process. We have four questions you need to ask yourself before you get started in the renovation process:
Kitchens are moving away from being rooms of pure function and starting to become a focal point in any home. If you’re considering updating your kitchen, consider these design trends that will enhance your space’s elegance in the blink of an eye.
Are you planning an exciting summer getaway? You may have your tickets booked, your suitcases packed, and your pets boarded, but there’s one more important step you can’t forget: preparing your home. Take these precautions to keep your home secure so your vacation stays stress-free.
Wood floors are a beautiful addition to any home. Don’t let the myths and legends behind wood flooring keep you from your design dreams. Here are 6 myths about wood floors you shouldn’t believe and 6 facts you can trust:
Have you ever driven through a neighborhood to just to marvel at the gorgeous houses?
A sunroom is a great way to extend your home into the outdoors. If you’ve been thinking of adding a sunroom to your house, use these three points to help you make crucial design decisions.
A deck is a perfect outdoor addition to any home. In the springtime, a deck in the Midwest suffers through every type of weather. These deck maintenance tips will keep your outdoor space ready for an exciting party or a quiet night under the stars. Pep Up Your Deck…
Focus on what you wear most often and place it closest to the closet door for quick-changes. Instead of creating a wall of clothing as you enter into your closet, position more hanging clothes and drawers towards the middle and back of the space, opening up the entrance. Extra blankets, luggage, and seasonal items, such as bulky winter coats, can be stored above until needed without taking up valuable room needed for everyday items.
The homes first built in the United States in the 1600s were Cape Cod homes. Inspired by Britain’s thatched cottages, these homes were built for winter.
As we all know, limited sunlight means your plants won’t grow and you could become vitamin D deficient, as well as depressed. Whether you’re ready to install new windows, just looking to get some new interior lighting, or deciding what you want in your new home, the…