4 Great Furniture Buying Tips

Posted on: 11 July 2017

If you have just moved to a new house and are sick of it feeling empty, then you'll want to purchase some furniture. Most people have no idea where to begin when it comes to furnishing their home, but it's easier than you might think. Take a look below to see some of the most important tips to remember when you're shopping for that new couch or dining room table. Doing a bit of research before you make a purchase will go a long way toward making sure that your interior design doesn't seem haphazard. [Read More]

For Writers Only: How To Design A Writing Space That Will Unleash Your Creativity

Posted on: 13 June 2017

If you love to write, you already know how your surroundings can either be an inspiration or a distraction to your craft. Perhaps you've always longed to have your own writing space. What are you waiting for? Creating your own writing space is an investment in your creativity. Have it your way The great thing about setting up your own writing space is the fact that you can make it uniquely yours. [Read More]

The Perfect Housewarming Gifts For The First-Time Homeowner

Posted on: 26 May 2017

Heading to a housewarming? Make sure to take a gift that the new homeowner is sure to love- and use! Some perfect and much-needed gifts for first-time homeowners include: Cocktail tables. A fun gift to give at a housewarming is a cool cocktail table. With so many to choose from, shopping for these low accent tables is quite enjoyable. Plus, these have many uses throughout the home, which gives the recipient a lot of different placement options. [Read More]

Old House? 4 Quick, Inexpensive Ways You Can Make Your Home Feel Fresh And Modern

Posted on: 9 May 2017

If you wish to turn your older home into a sleek, modern living space, you may be worried about the cost, and for good reason. It can cost up to $125,000 to remodel an old home, maybe more if you run into problems. Fortunately, most older homes have good bones and can be made to appear modern with a few quick and inexpensive upgrades. So if you want a new look, say no to a complete remodel -- at least for the time being. [Read More]