When it comes to your home, do you ever think of what you can do to maximize space? Well people with very small homes and apartments are doubly challenged. As they often are at a loss for storage space. These simple suggestions and storage hacks can make a world of difference with more unique ways to find storage in your home. Leveraging walls, doors and unique cabinet storage to create the necessary room for your things can be seen here in this infographic. Read More
Recently, we read an article on successful office spaces and wouldn’t you just know it live plants were on the list of what makes an office happy and valuable. Taking that same concept and relating it to the home, houseplants are a great and healthy way to add décor to your home. House plants take in the carbon monoxide expelled by humans and converts it to oxygen which can benefit your home and your family. House plants also give a natural element to your home. Kind of like bringing the forest or the jungle inside. Read More
This week HomeZada was lucky enough to chat with the perpetually busy Star Hansen. Star is a Bay Area-based Lifestyle Organizer and TV host who’s appeared on OWN, TLC, HGTV, Style, A&E and the Tyra Banks Show.
In our Q&A, Star shares her advice for getting organized, common challenges people face, the things she can’t live without and more. Check out our conversation below and get inspired to make changes to your own spaces.
Improving and remodeling your home does not have to be expensive and can be fun with simple tips. Going all out with a low cost budget, never felt so good. May is National Remodeling Month and as we close out this month, we wanted to share our simple and low cost tips to improve your home. Read More
Take Shorter or Fewer Showers
Did you know that on average 2.5 gallons of water are used every minute when taking a shower. If you take a 10 minute shower that is 12.5 gallons of water. Add that up with all the family members and were are talking gallons of water being used on showers. In order to conserve some of this water, try taking a 5-7 minute shower reducing gallons of water being used daily. Another option Read More