How do you finish the interior of the home in which small children live without having to worry about what they are doing every second of the day? Can you finish the floors and the walls with materials that will withstand the abuse they will put it through and decorate in a way that will not put the kids in danger? Our blog is all about finishing and decorating a home that is kid-friendly. You will learn the best materials to use, the best types of paint, the easiest colors to work with and ideas to help you decorate without as much concern.
16 June 2017
If your grandchild routinely mails you artwork they do in their spare time, you are likely to be proud of their creativity. Displaying pieces you receive is a great way to look back at their handiwork as they grow. Here are some unique picture framing ideas you can use to make your grandchild's artwork stand out so it can be appreciated by all who see it. Consider Using Tokens Of Nearby Attractions
26 April 2017
If you're in the process of selling your home and aren't getting any offers, then staging your home may be something you should think about doing. If you haven't heard of home staging before, it's the process of beautifying your home inside and out to help lure in potential buyers. There are a number of staging services out there that will do the work for you, including providing home decor and furniture to give your home a polished, move-in ready look.
29 March 2017
One of the reasons that you may have moved is because you want to experience something new. This means you will likely want to make some changes to how your home looks on the inside. But you may not feel confident in your ability to actually adjust things and make sure every room looks attractive. It is possible to get help from your family and friends, but you are better off avoiding this because you do not want to upset them if you end up not liking some of the design choices that they make in your home.
28 March 2017
You've heard the expression "The icing on the cake," right? Well, window headers are that to your draperies. Sometimes, depending on the window, the topper might be all that's necessary. This is especially true in the kitchen, where privacy isn't so much an issue. Add headers or toppers to your window treatment for increased beauty. Architectural Cornice The most structured window topper is the cornice, which is essentially a wooden box that covers the curtain rod.