Gradually, those white cabinets, Carrara marble counters, and subway tiles are giving way to more colorful options. Check out these gorgeous patterned tiles in real homes.
You can create an even better home for you and your family by decluttering and organizing your home.
Follow THESE tips for easy and quick ways to de-clutter your home.
If you do it right, a finished basement can add from serious value to your home. Some appraisers estimate that you’ll see $20-$30 dollars per square foot on a finished basement. For an 800 square foot basement, that could add $24,000 to your home’s value! If you’re looking for some basement inspiration, here are some beautifully done examples to get your started!
If you need some resolution inspiration, HERE are some ideas to whip your home into shape for 2017.
Potential buyers, especially those buying for the first time, can be intimidated by the amount of space a house has and don’t know where to begin when it comes to furnishing it and making it their own. Here are five basic pieces of furniture you will need to feel settled and at home.
Pantone has announced their 2017 color of the year. Think this is something you could use to liven up your home? Take a look HERE.
The entrance to the home is where buyers often form some of their first impressions of the interior of the home.
However, too often, “the entryway gets neglected because it isn’t necessary in the same way that a living room sofa is,” Larina Kase, an interior designer and home stager in the Philadelphia area, told realtor.com®. “But it’s actually one of the simplest and least expensive areas to decorate to get the biggest impact.”
That said, many entryways suffer from overcrowded coat racks and oversized furniture that is making the area feel less appealing and less spacious, designers say
Here are a few simple things you can try to spice up the home’s entryway.
Many states are facing a drought, and home owners and renters are increasingly under pressure to conserve.
“Often we’re bombarded with a message of sacrifice and cutting back,” says Benjamin Inskeep, a research analyst at EQ Research, who helped compile “The Water Short List,” a report highlighting conservation ideas. “One of the conclusions of our paper was that simple, out-of-sight and out-of-mind [actions] offer a huge opportunity to reduce your resource consumption.”
Here are a few water-saving ideas from the report.
A fireplace is such a lovely design feature in a home. It instantly anchors a room and adds old-timey character. Unfortunately, many older homes have fireplaces that aren’t functional. Here are some great solutions.