Entryways are areas welcoming everyone into your home. But what if those visiting have coats, umbrellas or other items that need storing prior to engaging in the entertaining part of the visit to your home. Entryway organization can help store these other items that will also help everyone find what they came with when it is time to leave. Read More
There is an ever growing amount of tools to allow you to track your home using your mobile devices. These home technology solutions give homeowners the ability to understand more details about their home. Some of the top home technology can add value to how you manage your home while you are away from your home. Here are the top ten home technology solutions that can easily be added for better home management. Read More
In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we wanted to show you some cool ways to add pink into your home without losing your style. Home design can be a great way to support those that are faced with challenges like breast cancer. Maybe you have a friend or family member that has suffered from this disease and showing your support can go a long way. Breast Cancer Awareness Month was designed to bring more awareness to the effect of this disease, the early detection and treatment of the disease. Read More
Have your ever heard of neuro-architecture? Well, let us tell you a little bit about it. There are 5 principle areas of the brain that have an effect on your mood. Your mood can be affected by the items or style of items in your home. So home decorating can have an effect on your mood. You mood can also be affected by the light and sound in your home. Neuro-science tells us we can sleep better and become more productive without computers and technology in our bedrooms. It tells us that ceiling height effects our mood and physical state.
When we came across this infographic that tells us more about some techniques that can be used to better boost your mood at home. We definitely wanted to share with our readers. We also invite you to visit their site for some other tidbits on how your home can affect your mood.
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There are generally four major storage areas in your house outside of cupboards, drawers, closets and under beds. These areas are attics, garages, basements and outdoor sheds. These major storage areas are designed to allow you to store seasonal items or less frequently used items. Attics and basements are also often used to store keepsakes and memories. Memories in the forms of photos, Read More