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Setting Up A Room To Improve the Flow

When you order furniture, you might think more about comfort than you do about room size. However, after that furniture truck pulls away from your house, you might wish that you had paid more attention to the room design. The fact of the matter is that some rooms are better suited for large or strangely shaped pieces. This blog is all about setting up a room to improve the flow, so that you aren't left with a cramped space. Check out these tips to help you to make your home as functional as it is beautiful. You won't regret a little reading.

4 Reasons To Build Your Own Custom Home

If you're looking to be a homeowner, you may also be considering building a custom home. While there are so many homes out there on the market, hiring builders for a custom home is a great way to make sure that you have the perfect home of your dreams. You can be in complete control over your home's look, feel, and functionality. Keep reading to better understand the reasons as to why you should build your own custom home. Read More 

Interlocking Floors Are Great For DIY Projects

Installing hardwood floors in any room can truly add some class to the area. But hardwood is not just a stylish product, it is also very durable and easy to maintain. Not all hardwood floors are the same. Not only do the styles and wood species vary, but there are also many different installation designs. That is, some products have flat edges that need to be custom scribed during installation, while other have a modular design. Read More 

Creating A Vacation Rental? Get Interior Design Services To Enhance The Rental Potential

A standard rental is a reliable way to generate income as you can get 6-month, 12-month, or 24-month leases from tenants. But you may not want to have such a huge responsibility on your hands. A vacation rental that fluctuates from vacant to occupied throughout the month may be a little more desirable for you. Providing guests with the bare minimum is one way to market your rental, but you may be interested in maximizing the income that you generate from this financial investment of yours. Read More 

Update Your Kitchen With These Three Renovating Tips

Renovating your kitchen can be a fun experience, especially if you spend a lot of time in the room. If you are hoping to update or modernize your kitchen, it's important to make choices that not only look modern, but improve your experience in the room. Here are some ideas you can use to update your kitchen so that it looks better and makes your life a little easier. Use a Laminate Countertop Read More 

By The Beautiful Sea: How To Bring The Beach To Your Bath

If you're planning a bathroom remodel, you may have yearned for a nautical theme for your new space, as the beach and the bath are a natural pairing. To create a sophisticated beach-y feel without kitsch and clutter, however, takes a bit more forethought than just slapping up some seashell-framed mirrors or wrapping your trash can in rope. Read on to learn three ways to incorporate the seashore in a way that looks grown up and clean, whether you live on the ocean or in the center of the country. Read More