Author: vinay

Simple Ways to Create a Rustic Living Room

July 2, 2019

Rustic style is not only a gorgeous wedding theme; it also gives a homey vibe to a living room design. It puts emphasis on rugged beauty and focuses on traditional centrepieces, refurbished furniture, or materials from nature. Hence it evokes a feeling of warmth and comfort.  Because rustic is arguably the cosiest style you could […]

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12 Blogs Every Interior Design Fan Should Follow

June 27, 2019

what you’re looking for, you have to know where to look. If you’re anything like us, you already have a list of daily home-design reads that keep your inspiration levels way up and are a reliable resource for home decorating ideas, party planning inspiration, or redesigning sources. But just as the latest trends shift with the seasons, so too do […]

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3 In-Demand Designers Share Which Outdated Kitchen Trends to Retire Now

June 27, 2019

AMY BARTLAM If there’s one room in the house that shows its age the fastest, it’s the kitchen. Sure, the bare necessities will always be required in this space—you can’t be expected to get by without a sink, cabinets, and appliances—but their style and positioning can be the difference between preserving the past and embracing the present. […]

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How an Austin-Based Designer Approached an Open-Plan Dining and Living Room

May 27, 2019

At first glance, you’d be forgiven for thinking this home belonged on the shores of Malibu, but this chic, neutral home is nowhere near the sandy coastline of California. But that’s exactly the feeling interior designer, Maureen Stevens Design wanted to evoke for her clients in their Austin-based home, Texas. Built in 1941, Stevens explains to me […]

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Where to Find Home Repair Assistance

March 27, 2019

Home repairs are a natural part of owning any property. Though you can extend the life of certain elements with regular care and maintenance, you’ll inevitably run into times when a major job simply has to be done. If you’re facing costly home repairs, there are some important things you should consider before you pay […]

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Top 50 Home Improvement Blogs you need to follow in 2018

February 27, 2019

Looking to up your Home Improvement game? You’re at the right place. We’ve put together a list of top 50 home improvement blogs that we highly recommend for everything related home improvement including decor ideas, project guidelines, building, space management, gardening, gear, tools and much more! Homey Improvements – Homey Improvements is run by James, who is […]

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The 11 Most Frustrating Home Repairs

January 27, 2019

Any home repair can be frustrating, but some repairs are particularly troublesome. A dead air conditioner in the heat of the summer, a failing refrigerator full of food, an oven that won’t turn on — and it’s Thanksgiving Day. These home repairs can leave you stuck and make your home uncomfortable and frustrating to live […]

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Paint Brands Have Spoken: These Will Be the 5 Big Paint Color Trends of 2019

December 27, 2018

Each year, we await paint brands to announce their chosen paint color of the year to dictate the next big trends to watch. While some play it safe with light neutrals, others go all out with bold terra-cotta hues or bright blues. Over the years, we’ve seen it all—orange hues, blush pinks, even emerald greens. And while we […]

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Amazon Is Offering Free Shipping for All U.S. Customers Starting Today

November 27, 2018

AMAZON Update: November 5, 2018.  In a presumed effort to one-up everyone else’s holiday deals, Amazon is offering free shipping with no minimum purchase amount to all Amazon customers in the U.S. for a limited time only, according to a press release. Customers can pick from a “free shipping” section that contains hundreds of millions of items, all […]

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Choosing Wood for Your Furniture: A Furniture Buying Guide

September 27, 2018

Before revamping your room or house with furniture, you should know that almost any type of wood can be used to build furniture, but some kinds have always been known for their workability, durability, and beauty. Earlier, most furniture was made with walnut, teak, oak, mahogany, rosewood, fruitwood, and rare wood. As these kinds of […]

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