The first thing a visitor sees when walking into your home is the entryway, which helps set the mood for the rest of your house. In addition to creating a first impression for guests, it is also the first and last thing you see when you walk in every day.
In other words, your entryway should be a welcome sight at the end of the day! However, it should also function well. There’s no point in creating an attractive modern entryway if it doesn’t serve your needs.
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
Small spaces have a way of feeling over crowded or confined when simple principles to decorating a small space are missed. Many small spaces require some additional steps in decorating to help create a useful space and one that will appeal to you. When you come home, you want a sanctuary, not a land mine of stuff all over your floors. With these five tips to decorating a small space, you will be on your way to having a space that you can live in. Read More
Every year the paint manufacturers review what colors really stand out and remark on what they think the color of the year is for the upcoming year. This year the paint manufactures are looking at all different types of color to showcase mood, feelings and design. Each one of the paint companies is focused on a different look and feel that they think will become popular with homeowners and designers. Let’s take a look at which paints are making their mark for 2017. Read More
Deciding on what flooring put in your home can be tricky but also a lot of fun. There are so many choices for flooring. And depending on where you live, your floors may need different textures. And many homes today have more than type of flooring throughout their home. Read More