The environment you are in affects you more than you think. Studies have shown that the clutter we have in our lives is more than “just clutter” since it has been shown to contribute to our stress. This is especially true when we are talking about the bedroom.
Just as meditation, yoga, music, and a massage can help you relax after a long and stressful day, so can the colors that surround you. Colors can have a big influence on our lives; they can affect not only our moods but also our eating habits. You don’t have to paint your entire home with shades of your favorite color, but you can do a thing or two that will help you bring in more tranquility and harmony. We’ve put together some good sides of painting a room with shades of blue.
You’ve found a beautiful home…one that you just know you and your family will love being in.
But it’s part of a planned community (HOA), so you also know that in addition to your mortgage you’re going to be paying money each month to a homeowner’s association.
If you are considering designing a home lighting plan, there are several factors to think about. Ambience and practically are two of the most important. Each room will have different lighting requirements if you are to optimise functionality, aesthetics and mood. Your lighting will have a huge impact on the overall look and feel of your home, and getting it right from the start is necessary if you are to avoid costly corrections.
Did you know that your standard homeowner’s policy doesn’t cover you in the event that your home is damaged by floods?
This is true, even if you’re not situated in an area that’s prone to flooding.