Mardi Gras Inspired Home Design

mardi gras home design

In 1718, New Orleans started celebrating its now infamous Mardi Gras.  It originally started with high society functions and then later became the Mardi Gras we know today with parades and parties throughout the city. This event starts the eve of Lent giving people the ability to indulge to their hearts’ content prior to sacrifice for the weeks to come. Read More


Home Remodeling Tip: Kitchen Appliance Upgrade

HomeZada Home Remodel Tip Kitchen Appliance Upgrade

A full kitchen remodel is expensive and many people may not have the budget to complete a full overhaul of a kitchen. However, replacing your kitchen appliance can be the new and fresh look you need to jump start your kitchen investment.  Replacing kitchen appliances are necessary if your current appliances are worn and starting to break down causing inefficiencies. When adding new appliances keep in mind two key aspects of this project; Read More


50 Shades of Grey for the Home

Shades of Grey Home+Remodeling+Rhode+Island+Maloney+InteriorsThe books have taken the world by storm and now with the movie being released this weekend, it is time to showcase the many shades of grey for your home.

Grey oftentimes is considered a drab color to add to home yet in recent years, richer shades of grey have been popping up showing us that grey really is making rooms stand out. Grey or gray is a color that evokes neutrality and has a calming presence in someone’s life.  It is free of chaos Read More


Interior Design Tile Style Guide

interior designFrom the floor that you walk on to the unique accents in your shower, tile offers a customized look to your home’s interior design. With options including glass, porcelain, ceramic, natural stone, and exotic tile, there are tile options for every budget. And every area, and every desired aesthetic. Read More

Maintenance Tip: Check Roof and Gutters for Ice Dams

HomeZada Ice DamsThere has a been a lot of snow across parts of the United States this year and living in climates where there is snow and temperatures that get below freezing can cause different risks to our home. Ice Dams are some of the risks that can occur during cold temperatures.  Ice dams form on your gutters and roof and generally occur after heavy snowfall followed by really cold temperatures. Ice dams that build up can cause serious damage including destroying gutters and eaves which ultimately can cause water leaks in your home’s exterior walls or attic. Making sure your walls are protected will prevent ineffective insulation and thus increased utility bills and mold and mildew problems which can lead to damage, rot or an unhealthy environment. It is important to be diligent and prevent them Read More