The home is meant to be a living space and it should feel (for the most part) like it’s alive. Now that we’ve reached the summer solstice, nature is thriving and the trees, plants and flowers are lush. However, there’s no need to be wary when we inevitably say goodbye to summer because you don’t have to rely on the outdoors to utilize this fresh green energy.
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Taking on a redecorating project can be intimidating, especially when it comes to your basement. Basements are generally known as a dark, damp place that we use for storage but that doesn’t have to be the case! Follow these steps to turn your basement into a place where you look forward to coming home to:
1) Brighten Your Space With Lights
You don’t have to feel confined in your small space. Here are five tips to follow make you feel more open, comfortable and relaxed in your home.
1. Rely On Mirrors
As soon as the colder weather returns, the heat is on. The moment that the days get shorter and the hot, sunny days of summer become a distant memory, many homeowners may find that their home heating costs start racking up bill after bill. So how can you keep your family comfortable during the fall and winter months without spending a fortune on your heating?
Fall is undeniably one of the most gorgeous times of the year. We are naturally drawn to the vibrant colours that the season has to offer, and it signals the change of weather so that we can gradually prepare for cooler temperatures. The best way to alter your home décor for fall is to allow nature to be your muse!
We live in a greener, more health-conscious world - one that is looking for better and easier ways of achieving a cleaner planet. Although you may be using greener, healthier products for your home, how do you keep it simple? Is there a way that you can ensure that you’ll save time and money while achieving a spotless home, leaving behind as little waste as possible?
You might have heard that spring is the best time to buy a house. But if you aren’t in a rush and can wait until later in the season, you’ll find quite a few benefits to buying a home in the fall. Here are our top 7 reasons why fall is a really great time of year to buy a home.
Every home needs a designated office area. Whether you work from home, take the occasional conference call outside of office hours, or just need a place for the kiddos’ to do those homework assignments, having a defined workspace can help your household be more successful and more organized on the whole.
Decorating your child’s room can be a challenge. As they age, children’s taste in decor tend to change: one day, you may find that every inch of their walls are covered in posters, the next day, they’re all gone.
When it comes to buying a new home, there are a lot of variables to consider. Features like lot size, the number of bedrooms, and recent renovations are probably at the top of your new home checklist. But before you decide on which home to buy, you should first make sure you’re looking in the right place.