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decorating your home for the seasons

Decorating the home each season and holiday is a lot of fun. You get to take your everyday home and transform it into an autumn setting, a winter wonderland or a festive area to spend your days with your family. Unfortunately, those decorations can get very expensive. So what can you do to decrease the cost of decorating your home for the changing seasons and holidays? My blog will show you all sorts of fun ways to use and re-purpose the things around your home to make them into what you need to finish your festive decorating this coming year.

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Signs You Need An Interior Designer
31 December 2018

You look around your home and you see that you hav

2 Window Dressings For Your Farmhouse Master Bedroom
20 June 2018

Farmhouse décor is one trend that seems to grow in

Are You Redecorating Your Family Room In A Mexican Style?
23 January 2018

Are you redecorating your family room in a Mexican

Removing Putty-Oil Stains from a Granite Countertop
27 October 2016

Granite countertops are equally valued for th

Three Ways Color Can Help You Transform A Small Space Into A Large Living Area
26 January 2016

If you've just moved into a house that has some sm

Signs You Need An Interior Designer

You look around your home and you see that you haven't updated your interior in quite some time. Nothing seems to match, and you have no common theme in your house from one room to the next. What you need is inspiration to get you moving as far as interior design. If you feel overwhelmed by the prospect of updating your home's insides or you don't know where to start, an interior designer who specializes in residential services may be what you need. Read More 

2 Window Dressings For Your Farmhouse Master Bedroom

Farmhouse décor is one trend that seems to grow in popularity each year, so it is easy to see why so many homeowners are opting for this casual, yet rustic, type of style for their master bedrooms. From burlap and beige upholstery to antiques and reclaimed wood, there are many different elements to farmhouse style. However, implementing these classic elements into your window treatments can be a bit more difficult. With this guide, you can dress your windows in a way that aligns with your farmhouse style. Read More 

Are You Redecorating Your Family Room In A Mexican Style?

Are you redecorating your family room in a Mexican style? Perhaps you have traveled in Mexico and have fallen in love with some of the interior designs you saw in hotels or houses you visited. Or, you might just admire the unique look that can be achieved by decorating with a Mexican mood in mind. If that's the case, from selecting the furniture to buying bronze lanterns, here are some ideas that might help you to design an attractive room that your family and friends can enjoy. Read More 

Removing Putty-Oil Stains from a Granite Countertop

Granite countertops are equally valued for their durability, versatility, and beauty, but like any natural stone, they can be vulnerable to stains. If you are careful to protect your countertops from spills and harmful cleaning products, you may still make the mistake of using plumber's putty while replacing or renovating your faucet and sink. Even putty on the underside of your counters can cause staining on the surface. In all likelihood, the problem is a fixable one, though you may need to reinstall your new fixtures in the process. Read More 

Three Ways Color Can Help You Transform A Small Space Into A Large Living Area

If you've just moved into a house that has some small rooms that look cramped, you know you have to do something to make the room seem bigger. Cramped rooms can often feel depressing and unwelcoming. Luckily, you can make the room seem a lot bigger by decorating it well, and color plays a key role in making the room seem airy and spacious. Here are three ways color can open up a room. Read More