The Pantone Color Institute has selected a color of the year every 20 years, and their selection for 2023 is a beautiful shade of magenta. An electrifying red tone, “Viva Magenta” (18-1750) shows little restraint. It grabs attention, but it’s also inspiring.
Pantone refers to its most recent choice as “a shade rooted in nature descending from the red family and expressive of a new signal of strength.”
Says the company, “Viva Magenta is brave and fearless, and a pulsating color whose exuberance promotes a joyous and optimistic celebration, writing a new narrative.”
Do you get bored with certain rooms in your home? It’s easy to get tired of looking at things in a room, especially if they’ve been the same way for a long time. And if you just bought a new home, you probably paid a large sum in closing costs and don’t want to spend a lot to redecorate your home.
One thing that never changes for growing families is the need for more room. A lot of families see the need for more space as a sign it’s time to move and find a bigger home, but this doesn’t have to be the case. For a young growing family, or someone just trying to get the most value out of the space they have, choosing to finish the basement of your home can prove to be the perfect solution. With a much lower cost and stress load than moving, added home value, and a fantastic return on investment, finishing your basement is a great solution to get more room out of your home.
The holiday season revolves around our homes. It is where we congregate to eat, play, and celebrate. But let’s face it, decorating for the holidays can often feel overwhelming, especially if we’re trying to stay within a certain spending limit.
Here are 5 easy ways to get your house ready for the holidays without breaking the bank, or your holiday spirit!
There’s no rule that says every finish in your home must be identical. Actually, it’s frequently preferable that they’re not matching.
Mixing metals has become a popular technique for giving rooms like kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, and other spaces a collected-over-time appearance.
A matching look can seem bland and without character. Varying metal finishes on hardware, furniture, lighting, and other fixtures is appealing and adds interest to a space.