Are You Giving Your Living Room Furniture a New Look?

Were you lucky enough to inherit some fine furniture pieces? Or, it might be that your own furniture is of excellent quality, but it isn't in fabulous shape anymore. No matter the situation, maybe you have decided to give your living room furniture a new look. If you are confident in refinishing the furniture yourself, go for it. On the other hand, maybe you are afraid that you wouldn't do the refinishing job justice, especially since it is high-end furniture. [Read More]

3 Ways You Can Get Filtered Water in Your House

While drinking municipal tap water is safe, there are still certain elements like chlorine in your drinking water that you may not be too fond of consuming. When you have filtered water, it will remove the chlorine and other elements from your drinking water so that everything that you drink is as pure as possible. Rather than having to buy filtered water for your whole family, consider any of these three ideas to establish cleaner water in your home. [Read More]

A Canvas Canopy That Will Beautify And Protect

Are you limiting your outdoor reading sessions to early mornings and late evenings? If your home's wooden porch heats up quickly during the summer, you are sacrificing valuable square footage by not being able to utilize the outdoor feature. A canvas canopy that is suspended over your porch swing or couch will provide sufficient coverage from the sun. As a result, fabrics, metal frames, and wooden beams will stay cool to the touch. [Read More]

Blinds Up Or Down: Is There A Right Way?

When it comes to window treatments, the common question is — up or down? If you too are looking for an answer to this question, unfortunately, there isn't one. Whether or not you keep your blinds in an up or down position is more of a matter of personal preference than right or wrong, but yet, there are some differences between the options.  Light Control Whether you work the night shift, or you prefer acritical light over natural light if you want to minimize the amount of sunlight that peaks through the blinds, turn your blinds up. [Read More]