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Small Space Optimization: 4 Tiny Living Hacks

Posted on November 24th, 2017

Studio apartments and condo spaces have one thing in common – they are cozy – yet this very coziness is also these habitats’ weakness. The smallness of the space could hamper the decorative creativity of a homeowner – or should it? Divide the Space Into Zones Zoning makes you visually divide areas that you usually [ read more… ]


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The All-Female Tips on Wardrobe Organization

Posted on November 23rd, 2017

Folding clothes – definitely not a task that one would look forward to doing but, day in and day out, it simply needs to be done. If you have lots of clothes, then wardrobe organization just became doubly taxing. There are general tips to be learned and some things that you simply have to learn [ read more… ]


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Orange Picks for Your Home

Posted on November 22nd, 2017

How do you feel around the color orange? This hue is an energetic and strong color because, to begin with, it is the fusion of two powerful colors – red and yellow. No wonder, orange is attention-grabbing which is why it is often used in ads. People look at orange and they feel suddenly happy, [ read more… ]


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Transitioning to Winter from Fall Design

Posted on November 17th, 2017

Colder conditions are right around the corner so this is the time to prepare your home for the sub-zero temperatures. There are so many things to do and check so here is a short checklist – Clean the leaves out of the gutter. Weatherstrip the windows and doors. Apply caulking as well. Replace any missing, [ read more… ]


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Scandinavian Interiors: How to Set Up a Divine Home

Posted on November 16th, 2017

Scandinavian design has swept the globe with a lovely look featured in blogs and magazines. The focus is on minimalism, simplicity as well as functionality. The movement began in the 1950s when people wanted to have something understated yet still elegant in their homes. Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Iceland – all Nordic nations wanted [ read more… ]


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All About Timeless Leather

Posted on November 15th, 2017

Leather products’ prices are often determined by the kind of leather used and how it was also produced. The one that is considered to have the highest quality is the full grain leather. The lowest type is bonded leather and, surprisingly, the ones that are referred to as genuine leather. Expect to see sofas and [ read more… ]


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Basement Bars: Why You This Traditional Setup Still Works Today

Posted on November 14th, 2017

Before you begin planning for your basement home bar, would you like to know how this idea all began? This bar craze started way back during the time when the Second World War ended. This was right around the time when it was every American’s dream to have his own home. And since many were [ read more… ]


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Relaxation Epitomized : Why You Gotta Have Your Own De-Stressing Chair

Posted on November 13th, 2017

Stress is a word that’s becoming more and more common in modern society. There are those who even believe that a little stress could even be good. Sure, a little boost of adrenaline to push you through the day is good but being up and about all the time just isn’t healthy. What counters stress [ read more… ]


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An Immaculate Home for the New, Minimalist You

Posted on November 10th, 2017

Decluttering one’s home is most homeowner’s wish. The problem is, when it comes down to actually doing the task, many just simply give up. While decluttering isn’t easy, it is easy to accumulate so many stuff in life. You justify this by saying that these things are your collections and that they even make you [ read more… ]


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One Walk-in Closet, A Gazillion Styles

Posted on November 9th, 2017

Great closets are one of the most sought-after pieces in every home. In places where space costs you a leg (e.g. New York City), you need to make wise use of every inch that you pay for. New Yorkers are even willing to pay for tiny, cage-like pieces with a lock for mere safekeeping. Closets [ read more… ]


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