One of the many exciting and sometimes stressful parts of the holiday season is entertaining at home with friends and family. To prepare for their arrival you may be tempted to just clean the kitchen counters, toss a few extra towels in the guest bathroom and ignore the rest of the house. Instead, your visitors will enjoy the party more if they have full access to an open, organized and welcoming home. [...]]]>
Weekly home rail, with tips on fixing your shower, a holiday lighting design tip, and more.
Weekly home rail, with tips on upgrading your bathroom, how to create a focal point in your design, and more.
To design a kitchen that meets the multiple needs of today's modern family, including standing up to its daily wear and tear without breaking the bank, homeowners can transform their kitchens with a few tips and tricks from interior design experts and companies that have created more durable and affordable yet equally beautiful products.
The down economy has inspired many Americans to skip the pros and complete home improvement projects themselves - and this trend isn't just for low- or middle-income families. Wealthy families are making an effort as well, with 70 percent of mass affluent Americans ($50,000 to $250,000 in total household investable assets) saying they took on home improvement projects in the last year, according to a 2012 Bank [...]]]>
- Include uplifting "greeters," such as a waterfall or piece of artwork.
- Place inspiring objects leading up to the front door, like a meandering pathway and flowers.]]>