You dream of a beautiful home with luxurious furniture. The only problem is, your budget doesn’t fit that dream.
But did you know that with just a few adjustments, you can turn ordinary furniture – such as that found at IKEA – and make it extraordinary?
If you have ever shopped at IKEA you were probably struck by their beautiful, and even better, affordable home decor items.
And while their furniture is perfectly fine to use as it comes out of the box, you can get the look you want by making just a few modifications to make each piece uniquely yours.
If you’ve ever spent time looking for ways to decorate your home you’ve probably heard of the concept of an accent wall.
While there are many ways to create an accent wall, one of the most common is to use paint.
You can opt for a solid color, or you can create a truly unique wall using one or more paints combined with designs created using painter’s tape.
One of the best ways to enjoy the thrill of the big screen at home is to create a projector based home theater system.
While it’s not difficult to do, there’s a lot more thought that goes into it on the front end before you install it.
Some things you need to consider before installing your projector include:
If you’re thinking about selling your home, this might be your chance to break into the market. In June of 2020, the National Association of Realtors saw
existing home sales climb by 20 percent. How long this streak will last is anyone’s guess. But if you want to sell, you might come up against some stiff competition. So, what can you do to entice potential homebuyers? It all starts with curb appeal. To make a great first impression, here are 12 simple ways to boost your home’s curb appeal to help it sell fast! Read More
Comparatively speaking new kitchen cabinetry can be very expensive.
That’s why redoing your existing kitchen cabinets is such an attractive alternative…it can cost anywhere from 30% to 50% less than buying and installing new cabinets of comparable quality.
There are different options to change the look of your existing cabinetry, with a wide-ranging scope of complexity. These include: