Reasons To Turn To A Professional For Bathroom Remodeling Services

If you have decided that it is time to tackle the bathroom and get it remodeled in a way that not only suits your personal needs, but that adds real value to the home, you will want to think about opting for professional bathroom remodeling services. Before you make the decision to try to handle this large project on your own, you will want to review the following points. Easier To Handle Plumbing Problems Read More 

How To Update Formica Cabinets With Paint

You may notice your cabinets have faded, or it no longer blends with the room, but it doesn't mean you have to replace them. Formica cabinets can be made over with a fresh coat of paint. However, you won't be able to just slap a coat of paint on it since it is slippery and porous.   It is possible to paint the cabinets, but you need a careful hand. Make over your Formica cabinets by following these tips: Read More 

6 Beautiful Ways to Use Interior Shutters

Interior shutters are a beautiful method for dressing your windows. They can block the light while still allowing you to enjoy the view. Because they're affixed to the window frame, interior shutters  can be customized to fit any window ā€“ including specialty designs. Add value to your home by decorating your windows with shutters. Transom Windows Transom windows ā€“ or short windows above other windows ā€“ are a popular way for adding more light to your rooms. Read More 

How To Transition Your Home To Farmhouse Style

Changing up your decor style in your home may sound really expensive, but it doesn't have to be. It's easier than you think, and you don't need a home decorator to help. You can make a few subtle changes to give your home the beautiful farmhouse style you are trying to achieve without breaking the bank. See below for tips on how to transition your existing home decor to a modern farmhouse style. Read More 

Yes, You Can Have Pendant Chandeliers In Quake Country

A chandelier is such an elegant form of lighting. Even modern, minimalist, one-light pendant chandeliers add a sleek, subdued air to a room, directing your focus to the table or artwork underneath the beam of the light. However, if you live in a quake-prone area like the West Coast, the Wasatch Front, or even Oklahoma, which is now experiencing stronger quakes, you might think a hanging light is no longer an option. Read More