Homebuyers – especially first-time buyers shopping for entry-level homes – can expect to pay a significant premium for houses with listings…
Window shades have come a long way from grandma’s net curtains. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your house with remote-controlled blinds you can open and close with just a word to Siri, or simply seeking the right balance of light and shade, there are a myriad of options available. With so many choices, it can be difficult to know exactly what to pick. Here are our top tips to help you choose the right window shade for your situation.
Every once in a while, we notice that our home could do with a bit of improvement. We scratch our heads and try to put it off for as long as we can because we’re aware that such things can cost us an arm and a leg, ending up with a home in some serious need of renovation. Luckily for us, there are some things you can do around the house to improve its condition without spending a fortune along the way. We give you a list of cool things you can do on the cheap to upgrade your home in no time.
If you think only mansion-sized kitchens can look beautiful, then you’re very wrong. Even the smallest of spaces can look stylish and be highly functional. All you need is a good design and a few handy ideas from the pros and your small kitchen will look chic and stylish. Here’s your plan of attack.
Decorating your home doesn’t have to be expensive. You need some imagination and creativity to make it work. In addition, some tricks might help your buying process and teach you some new design strategies. From DIY projects to some undiscovered options, these are home décor tips on how to get high style on a low budget.
You’ve officially decided. It’s time to refresh that kitchen or gut that bathroom. You cannot look at those tiles anymore.…
As I was walking to my office the other day, I saw that one of the houses I routinely pass had turned around its plastic jackolantern lights to be Thanksgiving pumpkins. And while it’s certainly clever in a pinch, I think we can all do a little better when it comes to our holiday decor.
That is to say, we can use real pumpkins.
I get really into the capitalism side of Halloween every year, solely through the volume of both candy and pumpkins I purchase. I have a problem, and I acknowledge it. However, whereas the candy doesn’t tend to last the month, I always have too many pumpkins by the time I start writing holiday cards in mid-November.
So if you’re like me and find yourself with too many pumpkins and too little time to put effort into Thanksgiving decorating, I’m about to solve at least two of your problems. Here’s a few small ways to make your house say “Happy Thanksgiving” instead of simply “I shouldn’t be trusted around pumpkin farms.”