Give Your Walk-In Closet New Life With A Boutique Closet Upgrade
24 September 2017
Whether you're adding a spacious walk-in closet during a remodel project or just giving yours a makeover, designing a boutique closet space is a sure way to make your day more enjoyable. But, what is a boutique closet, and how can you create one? Here's a quick guide to this popular trend:
What is It?
As its name suggests, a boutique closet is a large and open floor closet design that mimics and reflects the dressing rooms of luxury boutiques.
Reasons To Choose Carpeting For Your Elderly Relatives' Homes
28 March 2016
Do you have elderly parents or grandparents? Do they live on their own and you're worried about their welfare? If you're like most children or grandchildren, you're concerned about how your parents or grandparents can maintain their independent lifestyle. Surprisingly, one thing that can help in this area is having carpeting installed in their home. Here are some reasons why this can be a good idea:
Better traction: If your elderly relatives use a cane or a walker to get around, tile or wood flooring may no longer be safe for them to use.
How To Update An Old Staircase Railing
25 March 2016
If your staircase railings are looking a little old and outdated, you can update it to look a little more modern and change the look of your home. You don't have to tear out your old railing, or cut out the old post (unless you really want to), you can give your railings and post new life with just a coating of paint. See below for instructions on how to easily paint your railings, post, and even the spindles, without needing to sand or prime them first.
All The Bells And Whistles -- Interior Design For Your Cape Cod Home
18 March 2016
Whether or not you live in New England, your new Cape Cod-style home will be a delightful addition to your life. From charming dormers and shutters to clean symmetry and simple landscaping, Cape Cod homes stand out among the crowd. But having a historical-style home is not just about the right exterior look; it's also about how you complement that architecture with your interior design choices.
So, how do you continue the Cape Cod design beyond the front door?