Set designers are amazing as to how they create a room to envy by designers and homeowners. Some of the most popular television shows bring us living room designs that keep us transfixed and engaged in the show. In fact, some of these iconic TV living rooms are like characters that play a role in the story. Actors easily fit in and around the sets and these living rooms. You can probably relate to these rooms.
Some of Your Favorite Shows
You may even feel like they are a part of your own home. With these designs and TV living rooms, you can use the design elements to create a similar style. Who wouldn’t want the Married with Children’s comfy sofa or the quirky arrangement of the Friends rooms. Even Frasier had a skyline view to remember. Or maybe going old school like the Brady Bunch is a fun plan for your living room space. Here are just a few TV living rooms that show us how times have changed. And show us how we engage in our living rooms. For more iconic living rooms, click on the infographic. Read More
Summer is coming to a close and air conditioning is no longer needed. But before we head into winter, when we close up our windows and turn on our heat, we have some time to air out our homes and get them smelling fresh and clean. Opening your windows and airing out your home can improve the air quality in your home. Along with these other tips you can have a fall filled with freshness.
Clean your Home
Air quality is also dependent upon a clean house. Cleaning your floors and vacuuming your carpets will remove the dirt from the areas. Dusting your furniture and your ceiling fans will remove the dust that can build up and cause pollutants in your air, so dust your home at least once a week. Remember to remove dust from baseboards or wainscoating along walls. These areas can trap dust along their edges. Read More
There are a lot of reasons to create a home inventory. From natural disaster risk, burglary, house fires, maintenance damage to your home and a vast amount of other reasons. One user, Natalie Gallagher, realized that National Preparedness Month was a great time for her to get her home organized. She recognized for that “just in the case” situation an inventory was a good thing. Natalie uses HomeZada’s home inventory functionality because of it’s ease of use and time saving features. She also Read More
A home fire occurs every 86 seconds in the US and in 2014, there was an increase in home fires resulting in $11.6 billion in property damage. Here are some fall home maintenance tips that can help you prevent any risk of fire in your home and protect your family. Read More