So you received some money back from the IRS. WooHoo! This is fantastic. You know you can take that money and pay down your credit card or book that trip to Maui. But you can also use that tax refund to have some fun right in your very own back yard. Read More
Spring cleaning time is around the corner but sometimes your home needs a little more than just tidying up. Whether it’s basic home maintenance or ambitious renovations, spring is a great time to get started on those spring home improvement projects you’ve been planning all winter. Of course, you first need to have a plan in place to pay for your new project. Fortunately, there are several excellent options available. To help you make a more informed choice, let’s look at some common spring projects and a few popular options for financing them. Read More
Have your ever thought of those furniture pieces you must have versus all the other nice to have pieces that take up space? We have. We thought about all the furniture that we have in our homes and talked about what pieces were definite must haves. Our team challenged all kinds of living scenarios, like who has kids and who doesn’t. Who lives in a large place and a small place. We look into consideration lifestyles like who works from home, who cooks and who doesn’t. We definitely dug deep to find what we think are best pieces to have in every home. Here are the seven must have furniture pieces we though every home needs. Read More
Years ago, builders and remodelers suggested homeowners add half bathrooms to areas of their homes. These half bathrooms were designed to add more bathroom access to small homes or homes that had growing families. Growing families required more space to get ready, but they did not require the need for an additional full bath. Read More
St Patrick’s Day is here! So let’s talk decorating with green! Top selling paint colors sold are generally very neutral paint colors. However, muted greens always find their way as some of the top paint colors sold. Colors like mint or moss green are neutral but still give a homeowner a shade other than brown or taupe. Light shades of kelly green and wasabi are popular green shades that are added to a home.
Here are some ideas to consider when using the color green in your home. Read More