Cork Flooring 101: Warm Up to a Natural Wonder

Although cork floors have surged in popularity over the past decade or so, they’ve been kicking around for at least a century. Back in the early days, cork appeared largely in commercial and public spaces, although residential usage increased after Frank Lloyd Wright decided it for lots of the homes he designed. Its prevalence hit […]

To Take Home Design Photos

You may take an absolutely stunning home, but when it isn’t photographed well, you won’t be able to share the space with design publications, and your listing will not stand out amidst a sea of real-estate pictures. A few simple techniques will allow you to create the best of your spaces from beneath the lens, […]

5 Lofts Throughout the Nation

How a Lot of you Houzz users Aren’t from New York City or San Francisco? I put together a small round up of townhouse Houzz Tours we have showcased, and as someone who has spent all my life in Ohio, Virginia, and Georgia, it struck me as fabulous as those houses were, I was missing […]

Idea of the Week: Vanity Using a Salon Touch

Hair can call for a lot of care. From dyes, to hairsprays, to curling irons, to hair dryers, to diffusers — that the list of hair products never seems to end. Most bathroom vanities aren’t set up for all this. Wires become tangled, countertops become burned. Following decades of designing custom bathroom furniture, The Furniture […]

Great Design Tree: Persian Ironwood

Fall is prime time to see a showstopping display of colors contending with even the most picturesque of sunsets. It is a shame this spectacle usually falls into weeks of dormancy which may be as visually stimulating as watching paint dry. The Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica), though, will continue to turn heads encounter winter. With […]

Reduce It: How to Reuse, Recycle or Replace Your Sofa

Don’t old couches appear to wind up in the most random places? I’ve seen sofas on streets, on lawns, in abandoned parking lots, and on several roofs. Like other big upholstered furniture pieces, figuring out what to do with an old or worn-out sofa can be challenging. In certain cities, leaving it on the road […]

Corral Your Gear with a Makeshift Mudroom

With fall comes equipment: coats, rain boots, hats, book bags, etc., and when they come off, we need a place to put them. Commonly, these items are stored in mudrooms; nonetheless, every dwelling may not have such a room. We city dwellers and owners of small houses require another solution. We’ll call it the makeshift […]

How to Receive Your Stair Runners Right

Clack, clack, clack, clack, clack, clack — clomp, clomp, clomp, clomp, clomp, clomp! That should seem familiar if you’ve got wood stairs and a few kids. It’s the noise of a younger kid racing down the stairs, hotly pursued by an older sibling. That is only into the middle landing. You then hear bulge, bulge, […]

How to Open an Above Ground Pool

Opening up handyman Arvada is not that difficult. With lots of patience, even a first timer can do it, if they have the proper tools for the job. Tools – Chlorine – Chlorine stabilizer – Pool shock – Pool algaecide – pH plus and pH minus Step 1 Get rid of any accumulated debris or […]

5 Dream Garage Spaces

Are you among those people who wants a neat and clean garage, but simply can not seem to get it coordinated? Getting started is often the most difficult part — particularly if your garage is a large heap of complete and utter chaos. If National Clean Out Your Garage Day wasn’t inspiration enough, consider taking […]

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