With all the complexity involved in moving, it often becomes a rewarding but stressful experience. Even more so when you have children in your home. During the move, your children still need the love and attention they receive normally, but you might not always have the time to devote to their every need.
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.
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...
Choosing the décor for a child’s room is usually one of the most fun parts about decorating a home. After all, comic book heroes and princesses are much more fun to shop for than boring adult bedspreads and artwork, right? To avoid the costly and time-consuming task of overhauling your child’s room every couple of years, consider the following tips.
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.
You’re getting ready to move. Packing your belongings might seem like an overwhelming task, but there are many things that need to be done before you even get to that step. Here are six things to do before you start packing.