Add a Pop of Color in Your Kitchen

Kitchens are a focal point in any home. You eat meals here, study and work on homework, create to do lists, read books, and entertain. Adding a dash of pizzazz to your busy living area is a great way to bring life and fun to an already functional room. Adding color to a kitchen can be simple with this quick tips.  Read More


HomeZada DIY Projects Tip 6: Tracking Costs and Updating Inventory

Finally, we share DIY projects tip 6, tracking costs and updating your home inventory. In the middle and at the end of a project, most of us forget to keep track of the actual costs, receipts, and any warranties for the things we buy.

Cost Review

Ongoing visibility into the things you own is important so that when warranties run out, you can update them. Or replace them with a working item if the original item should break prior to the warranty expiring.  Read More


Laundry Rooms

Laundry RoomsLaundry rooms are sometimes a central part of a go to area in a home. Laundry gets washed, dried, and folded. It also gets sorted based on who’s closet and room they need to reside. Laundry rooms if large enough can hold children’s belongings before entering or exiting you home. Shoes sometimes reside in the laundry room.
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Five Easy Plants for Difficult Areas

Easy PlantsBy Guest Blogger: Madoline Hatter 

We all have areas in our yards that are just hard to deal with. They may be wet or shady or in the burning sun but they have a tendency to kill off whatever we plant there. However there are some hardy plants that love these kinds of places. Here are some easy plants to grow in difficult areas:

1. Canna

This large flowering plant has leaves similar to a banana tree. The flowers come in a wide range of colors from yellow to orange and red. Standing straight and tall they can reach heights of over seven feet. These are very hardy flowers and can grow in all kinds of soil. From underwater to hot and dry they flourish. They also reproduce quickly by sending out shoots and will take over whatever area they are planted in. Full sun or shade they just keep blooming! Read More