Welcome your baby into the world, and their new home, with a happy, beautiful nursery. We’ve got the scoop on the best nursery furniture along with three trendy and versatile themes for baby’s new room!
Style is a constantly evolving process. It takes time to figure out exactly what design style suits you and what furniture fits your space. So what do you do with a home full of outdated pieces? Time for a little DIY updating! We put together a list of five easy ways to freshen up and modernize your old furniture.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! ‘Tis the season for making snow angels, ice skating, sledding, drinking hot chocolate and spending cozy nights by the fireside. Now if reading that sentence fills you with an impending sense of dread and all you can think is ‘Wait, I’m not ready! I have so much to do!” fear not. Although winter seemed a little late this year, it is upon us now and it’s time to take steps to prepare your home for the time of snow and ice. Ideally, you would have your house prepared before the first freeze of the season, but we all have lives to lead and sometimes forget about the patio furniture and that drafty window upstairs.
Below, we compiled a comprehensive list of ways to prepare your home for cold weather.
Ahhh, 2017 will soon be upon us. This is when you’ll sit down and draw up a list of everything you are definitely-for-sure-100-percent going to accomplish in order to become a more accomplished person, like finally becoming a dedicated yogi or growing award-winning parsley in the backyard. That’s great, we applaud you for committing to your hobbies or health! But what about your home?
If you are an apartment dweller, renter or homeowner, there are probably some projects you can pick up that will make your home cleaner, updated or just plain safer. We’ve put together some common New Year’s home resolutions with suggestions on achieving and then maintaining these changes through the next year.
It can be difficult for apartment dwellers to resist the siren song of homeownership. After all, the allure is obvious: It’s a place to call your own, it probably offers more space than your current cramped apartment and it represents an escape from stinky and/or loud neighbors.
But a smart decision on whether or not to buy your first home is one influenced not by emotion and desire, but by cold, hard facts. A home purchase is not a decision to be taken lightly. Here are four signs that you may be on the right track for homeownership.