Whether you’re redecorating your home, changing up that old carpet for warm hardwood flooring, or just longing for a fresh coat of paint and some new accents in the living room, the design trends this year are all about texture, style and surprises.
A strong housing market is giving homeowners the confidence to invest in remodeling.
When homeowners get the urge to remodel and renovate their homes, two rooms immediately top the list: the kitchen and the bathroom.
As temperatures drop, you and your family will be spending more time living indoors — working, playing, relaxing and staying warm.
From diets to exercise routines to standing at our desks while we work, we do a lot to stay healthy.
Nearly 42 percent of all New Year’s resolutions are broken by February, according to Statisticbrain.
Today, more than ever, homeowners gravitate toward design elements that transform the bath into a spa-like oasis.
What does your bathroom mean to you? Is it an oasis, a place to unwind, relax and let the cares of the day simply melt away?
When it comes time to sell your home, not all rooms are created equal.
As temperatures drop, you’re reminded that Old Man Winter will soon rear his ugly head.