Tips to Easily Update Every Room in Your Home - Is your interior decor enough to make you yawn? No worries! Adding whimsical design elements is a fun and unexpected way to update a modern room and make it really stand out – all without the expense of a complete room makeover.
Simple Retro Home Decorating Tips - A great way to be fashion forward in your home interior decor is to look to the past for inspiration. Going retro is now hotter than ever. Here are some simple tips to help you achieve a vintage look with little effort or expense.
Whether you are about to move into an apartment or looking to spruce up your present one, you will not need to break the bank to transform your dwelling into an inviting home. Because apartments generally yield fewer rooms to tackle, a limited budget will allow you to easily decorate with style and grace, even in a smaller space.
When decorating or redecorating your space, it pays to keep a few dos and don’ts in mind. Here’s a list of tips and tricks to take note of before attacking your home with paintbrushes, cushions and throws.
There are few things that make a home cosier and more appealing than a nice big collection of books. There’s something soothing and relaxing about a big book collection. In today’s world of gadgets, big screens, and information overload, the sight of a wall full of much-loved (even dog-eared) tomes is a welcome one.
Space is at a premium everywhere these days and if you want to have a roomy abode then, generally, you’re going to have to pay for it through the nose. However, whilst you might not be able to afford a place of penthouse-sized proportions, that doesn’t mean you can’t create more space than you currently have by make the most of the rooms you already live in. Optimizing your current space can give you more room to move, work, think and generally just live – here are 10 ways to make more space in your home.
Renting an apartment can be expensive. The cost of rent plus utilities can easily surpass $1,000 depending on where you live. It can leave little money left over for decorating and furnishing your apartment.