Upcycling projects is often an overlooked option or project for home decorating ideas. Reusing items to create great pieces of home decor can go a long way to creating a unique home. And you can actually save money on your home decorating budget.
The first step in upcycling is look around your home to review what you do not want to use in its true form any longer. Once you set these items aside, you then get creative to create some new decorating ideas. Using unusual items to create something new requires dipping into your creative juices.
No creative juices you say, no worries. Research fun projects or bring in your creative friends to help you thing outside the box. Brainstorming ideas can happen over a nice bottle of wine. Try putting all the “I do not want anymore” items on a table. Then find extra items around your home and add them to the table. Now see if you can make something new and fun.
Upcycling is all about looking at something with a new perspective. This infographic can also help give you some ideas of some upcycling projects for unique home decor. Read More
So often we forget to clean some of the simplest, but the dirtiest places in the home. Germs, grime and dirt can be found in a lot of inconspicuous areas of the home. Without proper cleaning, these germs can lead to illness of family members or transferring the dirt from one area and to another area. Let’s look at some of the dirty areas in your home and how best to get them clean.
That is right! Many people forget to wipe down light switches because they under estimate the use of the switches. However, people coming and going, turning on and off lights and with what kinds of hands could lead to who knows what kind of dirt. Not to mention, dirty hands lead ugly light switches on nice beautiful walls. Read More
You have butterflies in your stomach. You can’t decide which perfume to use — flowery and feminine or bold so he knows you mean business. Should you start in the kitchen or go straight upstairs? And should you tell him about that thing in the attic?
You have a date with a house inspector, and you can’t back out now.
A home inspection is a crucial step in putting your house on the market. Buyers need to collect as much information about the property as possible to be sure they’re investing wisely. And for sellers, a poor prognosis can mean the difference between an easy sale and a long list of costly repairs.
A successful inspection boils down to these five priority areas: … more Read More
One of the top questions we at HomeZada get regularly is … and how did the name of HomeZada come to be? Now you too can know the story.
When creating this wonderful, long waited for solution, our team (John, Beth and David) needed to name our new addition. It was hard with all the .com urls taken and very few to choose from. It was challenging, what would resonate with people? What would grab their attention? What would matter? And what was a short enough name that could be typed into a browser easily? All of these questions came to mind regularly. As well as, we will need to live with this name forever. Naming our new company felt like naming a child that had to grow into their name. Read More
HomeZada was honored to secure leading professional organizer, Regina Lark’s time for some helpful tips on getting organized and the value of being organized. Regina is the founder and president ofA Clear Path: Professional Organizing for Home, Work, Life. As a Board Certified Professional Organizer, she specializes in working with people with chronic disorganization, ADHD, and hoarding disorders, as well as folks who have way too much stuff. Regina believes in her industry and supports it through her active role as a NAPO Board Member. She is the author of Psychic Debris, Crowded Closets: The Relationship Between the Stuff in your Head and What’s Under your Bed. Read More