How many times have you looked at that wall and wished you could change the room but don’t want to do the full-blown redecorating? Sometimes something as simple removing wall paper and adding fresh paint or tile will change a room. Continue reading →
With the rising cost of your energy bills everyone is looking at your existing heating and cooling unit to make sure it is the correct size you’re your home and possibly replace it or even update your appliances. Not everyone has the funds or time to make those big changes but that doesn’t mean you can’t make your home more energy efficient. Continue reading →
The addition of a new mirror can make a huge impact on the overall look of your bathroom. There are so many styles to choose from, framed and frameless being the most popular.
After you pick out the perfect mirror, you may wonder how to go about hanging it. Use this guide to find out how to install a variety of mirrors. Continue reading →
The holidays are a time of togetherness, and togetherness means guests. Whether they be guests staying from out of town or simply guests visiting for a dinner party, their presence will not be confined to the family room or dining room. They will be traipsing in and out of your bathroom as well. Why not dress up your bathroom and make a great impression.
With the holidays quickly approaching, time and money are often an issue. A complete renovation is likely not in the budget, but there are simple things you can do. Sometimes it is the little things that make the greatest impact.
Here are some tips to bring a new look to your tired old bathroom.
Nothing says inviting like a cozy cottage kitchen. With these few easy tips, you can create the perfect space to make friends and family feel right at home.
Open and Airy
Do away with bulky cupboards. Instead, consider placing open shelves where your upper cabinets would be. Proudly display your dinnerware on these shelves. If your dinnerware consists of mismatched items, that’s okay. It only accentuates the cottage look.
When it comes to designing your home’s interior, the architectural style of your house will largely dictate your choices. If you have a midcentury modern home, you will probably lean toward sleek and modern. A bungalow might be filled with Shaker style furniture and craftsman details. And if you have a home in the country or in the woods, then you can’t go wrong with a rustic design motif. These designs conjure up images of aged building materials and the oranges, yellows and browns of autumn. Here are 10 tips to help you design your rustic dream kitchen.