Fashion may influence design,” interior designer Sandra Nunnerley is fond of saying, “but you can’t change rooms every season.” Of course, she is right — but that doesn’t mean we can’t follow the shifting moods and preferences of affluent stylesetters. While you may not be able to easily change out your white-washed oak floors for high-gloss dark ebony or switch your stainless steel kitchen appliances to matte black — you can breathe new life into ... read more
Buying a house is probably the single largest investment you’ll ever make, and you want to ensure you get the best value for your hard-earned dollar. That’s why more and more home buyers today are turning to professional Home Inspection experts. A professional Home Inspector takes a close look beneath a house’s surface, and then prepares a detailed written report for the prospective buyer on such things as the condition of the foundation, electrical service, roof, insulation, and other c... read more
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!! Break out that rubbermaid and dust off your ornaments because it’s time to decorate your home like the elf that I know you are. Here are five affordable and totally adorable ways to decorate your home with Christmas ornaments.
Christmas Shadow Box
Adding Christmas Cheer to your home couldn’t be more easy than this easy DIY Christmas Shadow Box idea.
Christmas Ornament Wreath
This project may look difficult but in just four easy... read more
Guest Post By Andrea Davis
Granite’s durability and looks make it a popular investment for many homeowners. But there are other options aside from granite. Keep reading to learn more about six alternatives to granite countertops.
Butcher block countertops provide visual warmth to modern spaces, particularly those with white cabinetry. These countertops are also very cost-effective, especially compared to natural stone.
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Sellers looking to get the best price know that curb appeal plays a huge role in getting buyers through the door. Once the flowers fade and the temperature drops, however, it can be easy to overlook your outdoor space altogether. Here are five simple ways to make the most of what fall has to offer and give your home the edge it needs for a quick sale.
1. Improve Your Entry
With every potential buyer passing through your front door, your entryway is critical to a good first impression. Cleaning the door, sweeping ... read more