Spring is the perfect time to begin adding a bit of green to your home. Not quite sure where to start? Finding a plant that best suits your home can seem daunting, like what plant might thrive best in certain rooms. Don’t get too worked up, with a little guidance, finding the perfect plant for that space you’re thinking of can be easy.
We don’t know about you, but spending all this time at home has us thinking a lot about what updates and refreshes we can make where we live. There has never been a better time to start cultivating your dream home.
Whether your home needs a few minor updates or a major facelift, we want to help you find the right balance between saving and spending so you don’t break the bank.
Follow our guide on where to splurge and where to save below.
A home should be a destination to recharge after a chaotic day of work, commuting, running errands or transporting kids around. It should serve as a retreat to help you feel nurtured and relaxed — not stressed from unfinished chores and to-do lists. Cultivating a calming space is the first step in creating an at-home haven that will help you recharge after the fast-paced holiday season.
Create a welcoming retreat for guests this holiday season by creating a relaxing oasis for them to retreat to amid the holiday chaos. Envision your own dream hotel stay to design a luxury getaway for your guests within your home.
Consider incorporating the below elements into your perfect guest room to create a welcoming escape for your visiting family and friends. Continue reading
When you move into a new home, it can take awhile before it begins to feel like your own. Until you can paint the space, redo the floors or renovate your kitchen, accessorizing is an easy and inexpensive way to make your new house feel like home.
“It’s amazing how a pop of color and a few new accents can give a room a whole new feel,” said Caitie Smithe Jisa, a designer for Walter E. Smithe. “Start with a big sweep of your space and select which accessories you still love and want to keep around. Any accessories that you feel are tired, boring, or out of place should be purged.” Continue reading