Easing Your Aches And Pains: 3 Tips For Furnishing Arthritis-Friendly Kitchens

Posted on: 13 March 2017

Arthritis causes joint stiffness, swelling, redness, and tenderness. Nearly 40 million Americans are affected by this health condition, and arthritis can be quite debilitating. The joint pain can prevent you from performing many simple tasks or even enjoying your day. To manage your symptoms, you should highly consider speaking with furniture contractors to determine how you can rearrange or change the furniture in your home to better suit your needs. This article will look at 3 specific tips on how you can furnish and create an arthritis-friendly kitchen. [Read More]

Why Investing In Consignment Furniture Is A Wise Idea

Posted on: 2 March 2017

If you need new furniture for your home or you just want to upgrade to newer pieces, consignment is a great route to go. Consignment furniture is different than second-hand in the way it is sold: the store who displays and sells the item pays a percentage of the profits to the seller or individual who owns the piece. In some cases, consigned furniture is purchased by the retailer outright from the seller, and then they sell the furnishing at a small profit. [Read More]

5 Furnishing Tips To Make Your Tiny Bedroom Seem Bigger And Better Than Ever Before

Posted on: 22 September 2015

Do you have a tiny bedroom? Are you always looking to find ways to make the small space seem bigger? If so, here's 5 tips to will help you do just that. 1.  Invest In A Double-Duty Bed A standard full-size bed is 54 inches wide and 74 inches long. You could hide a lot of stuff under there if you could do so in an organized manner. One way to make use of that space while still staying organized is to purchase an under-storage bed. [Read More]

5 Rules For Decorating With Mid Century Funiture

Posted on: 21 May 2015

If you decide you want to decorate your home in the mid century style, you have many options. It can be easy to get overwhelmed, but these five rules will help you get started with authentic mid century style.  Maximize Your Space  One of the main features of mid century design was its emphasis on function. Furniture of this period tended to serve multiple purposes, such as fold-out sofas or nesting coffee tables. [Read More]