Guest post by Georgia Madden, Houzz
Brightly colored and patterned pillows are a fabulous way to jazz up your sofa or bed, but getting the combination just right can be harder than it looks. Mixing patterns, hues and sizes in a cohesive way is an art in itself, whether you’re decorating a casual living room or a more formal space. Sarah Muir, interior designer at Coco Republic, reveals the secrets to getting it right.
And if you’re seeking throw pillow inspiration, look no further. We&rsqu... read more
Guest post by Patti Stern
With the early spring selling season kicking off shortly after the new year, it’s time to give your home the boost it needs to meet today’s buyers’ expectations. Take advantage of being inside during the cold winter months with these quick fixes that will help your property stand out from the competition, boost its value and sell quickly.
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Declutter & Organize
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Guest post by Lauren White
Whether you’re buying, selling or staging a home, popular architectural styles and buzz-words can help you get the most out of your investment. Current and upcoming homebuyers have an “instant” mindset, are debt-savvy, and want all the luxuries of rural living in growing cities. Trending architectural styles, like shipping container and tiny homes, reflect the budget-friendliness and fast construction new homeowners want. Contemporary glass structures, modern farmhouse,... read more
Guest post by Jessica Thiefels
The best way to personalize your space and give it a fresh, polished vibe is to make upgrades—big or small—that let your personality shine. Whether you’re ready to undertake a major remodeling project or only have the budget for a few modern touches, these DIY renovation ideas are a great place to start.
Welcome 2018 with an updated home that’s perfect for new beginnings and a lifetime of memories.
Make Your Kitchen Colorful
Gone is the popularity of a whit... read more
Finding a grass type that will grow in the heat and cold of Dallas-Fort Worth can sometimes be a problem if you don’t know where to look. Growing grasses that need less water and less upkeep is essential for a well-maintained lawn.
Climate and Grass
When you grow grass in North Texas, it can be a challenge. Grass types fall into two categories: cool season and warm season. So, what’s planted for the cool season won’t grow well in the warm season, and the opposite is true for warm ... read more