Uncovering your own personal style when decorating your new home can seem like a daunting task. To aid in the discovery of personal style, think about what your overall preferences are in home interior décor and design.
It is startling how many chemicals exist in our homes. Even if you don’t feel the negative effects, it’s not healthy to regularly inhale such substances in an enclosed space. Everyone should consider detoxifying their indoor environment.
One doesn’t normally think of snow storms in the southern part of the United States, but lately it seems that snow, wildfires and flooding can occur anywhere and anytime of the year. Even though we have mild winters here in the South, it is best to be prepared and know what to do if there is a snowstorm in the forecast.
Holidays are not the time for procrastination, particularly if you are planning to have guests stay with you. Giving your home a top-to-bottom cleaning is not fun, so this might be a prime reason for procrastination. Don’t do it. You want to be ready for your guests when they arrive and being prepared with a clean, organized house in advance will give you more time for that last-minute shopping.
Decorations, presents and carols are all a wonderful part of the holiday season, but what really makes it special is the spirit of giving that comes out in all of us during the holidays. It is truly the season of giving. To make giving of yourself, your money or your time even more rewarding, make it a family affair.
Whether you have invited many guests or just one, and whether they are staying overnight or longer, you want them to feel welcome and comfortable in your home. This can mean anything from a thoroughly cleaned house to personal touches for each guest.
Thanksgiving dinner brings to mind lots of family and friends sitting around a spacious dining table enjoying the classic holiday foods: turkey, yams, sage stuffing and that ubiquitous green-bean casserole. It just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without certain family traditions and each family has their own idea of tradition when it comes to Thanksgiving.
The holidays are almost here. Being organized and planning ahead is a great way to enjoy this merriest of seasons. The best way to remain calm and have fun is to make your plans early and create an organized to-do list to carry out your projects leaving no time for panic and plenty of time to enjoy the season with family, friends and guests. Here are some tips and tricks to keep you organized this season...
The weather in November in South Carolina is pleasant and mild with low temperatures around 45° and highs from 65-70°. This is fortunate for residents and tourists alike because there are many exciting things to do and see in South Carolina in November, many of them outdoors. There are art festivals, music festivals and festivals of lights to be enjoyed almost every day of the month, so put on a light jacket and comfortable shoes, get out there and discover some fabulous seasonal events. Here are some of the best events, but there are other exciting things to do, see and hear happening all over the state every November.
Making your dining area the heart of your family gatherings day in and day out as a place for sharing meals, doing homework and visiting with one another translates to a more relaxed and comfortable dining space.
Pooler may not be as well-known as some of the other cities in Georgia but its diversity and appeal have earned it a spot on the list as one of the fastest-growing cities in Georgia. Pooler is a vibrant community with great city staff and caring citizens who make it feel small-town friendly. A place where people live, work and do business comfortably and productively.
In your own Landmark 24 home, no matter which attractive community you choose, outdoor entertaining has never been more convenient and comfortable. It’s almost summer – time to move the party outdoors.
The South is famous for many things, including summertime heat and humidity. Landmark 24 homes come with a whole range of energy-efficient features that will help you keep your cool during the hottest months of the year without breaking the bank. It’s not just about setting your air conditioner to “cold” and bracing yourself for the utility bill.
Interior decorating with natural elements has always been in style. People find peace and tranquility in nature whether indoors or outdoors. Bringing natural light into the home with window placement, window treatments and skylights are just a few ways to bring nature inside.
Summerville, South Carolina, is home to 47,000 lucky people. Besides being known for its beauty as “The Flower Town in the Pines,” Summerville is also known for its hospitality. In the famously hospitable South, this is quite an accolade. The town is proud of its quaint atmosphere, rich history and easy living. They are also proud to claim Summerville as the birthplace of that southern staple – sweet tea.
The kitchen is probably the most used room in many homes, but that also makes it prone to being the messiest. A clean, organized, efficient eating and cooking space can save you time and stress, while making a better impression on visitors. Here are four tips to keeping the heart of your home clean and well-organized.
When it comes to home ownership, new construction has many benefits. According to a recent survey by Trulia, twice as many people prefer to buy a new home over an existing home. The top reasons noted were the opportunity to customize and the availability of modern features. Here is more detail on some of the factors that tip the balance in favor of buying a newly-built home from Landmark 24 Homes.
Buying a home is a huge, future-looking and long-term commitment. The decision to buy is not only about the purchase price of the home, but you also have to consider several factors to help make your decision. These factors involve your current financial situation, your future goals, lifestyle, and housing needs. This article in Forbes highlights 10 home buying considerations that should be factored into whether to buy, and how to go about doing it.
Owning a home in a community managed by a Homeowner Association, or HOA, has substantial benefits. According to HOA Management.com, topping that list is the protection of property values through a program of maintenance that covers the whole community. An HOA also takes the pressure of complying with local and state land use regulations off the individual.