There’s no rule that says every finish in your home must be identical. Actually, it’s frequently preferable that they’re not matching.
Mixing metals has become a popular technique for giving rooms like kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, and other spaces a collected-over-time appearance.
A matching look can seem bland and without character. Varying metal finishes on hardware, furniture, lighting, and other fixtures is appealing and adds interest to a space.
Tired of cold feet in the morning?
Radiant heating, also known as underfloor heating, is an energy-efficient way to stay warm during the chilly months, whether you’re just starting a renovation or building a new home.
As a homeowner, adding elements to your home that can increase your property’s value is the ultimate goal. From upgrading the kitchen to creating an entertainment space, there are many ways you can increase your property value. However, some home improvements don’t offer a return on investment (ROI). If you plan on selling your home in the future, it’s best to avoid certain remodeling projects. Here are five home renovations that can decrease your property value.
Are you considering getting your windows replaced? Do the old ones seem a little outdated or inefficient? Well, getting new windows can be a lot of work, causing both physical and financial strain.
Experts from Ecoline Windows Canada say that homeowners should be prepared to spend $600 when changing your windows, but this figure can change to a minimum of $400 and a maximum of $1400 depending on a few factors. Some of those factors would be the type of window being installed, the type of frame being used, and a lot more.
The fall season is one that design enthusiasts look forward to. Why? Because this is the time of year when all of their favorite paint manufacturers reveal their Color of the Year!
Benjamin Moore’s Raspberry Blush, a deep coral red with a hint of pink that is sure to give any space a newfound energy, is one of the new colors that have been announced for 2023.
We adore it so much that we couldn’t help but look closer.
This composite color, which is somewhere between a vivid coral, a burnt orange, and (appropriately) a raspberry pink, is dynamic and adaptable.