Whether it’s a favorite print or original work, for many first-time homebuyers, hanging their favorite artwork is the final touch that makes a new house feel like home. But when selecting where in the home to display your prized pieces, most of us tend to focus on what looks good without considering how to protect our artwork from sunlight and damaging ultraviolet rays.Read More
While millions of acres of US land are destroyed by wildfires every year, there are plenty of other natural disasters happening that homeowners need to prepare for.
Remember that some of these disasters’ “seasons” are changing due to the changing severity of the climate crisis. The traditional wildfire season used to last from May to October, but in recent years, devastating fires have broken out late in the year and even before the “official” season has started.Read More
Whether you’re decorating your very first home or are looking to spruce up your place, finding the right artwork can be a good investment for the future. Photographs, sculptures, paintings, textiles, and other artwork frequently appreciate in value over time.
To protect your cherished pieces, it’s important to display the artwork in a way that not only reflects its quality, but protects it from future damage. Here are four tips to best display and protect the art in your home.Read More
The warm seasons of the year mean spending more time outdoors and in nature, but it also means wildfire season for some areas. If you live in a region threatened by forest fires, read our guide on how to protect your home and household.Read More
Moving to a new city alone presents a lot of unique challenges. Whether you are moving to get a fresh start, restart your career, or develop new relationships, it is essential that you fully prepare yourself to make the entire process easier and less terrifying. Here are six things you need to do if you plan on moving to a new city by yourself:Read More