How You Can Start Using Mirrors To Make Your Dingy Room Feel Bigger Than Life! A small sized room can be depressing sometimes, so why not do something about it?
The long stretch of time between summer and Thanksgiving gives homeowners a perfect opportunity to decorate their homes for the fall season, perhaps adding a touch of Halloween whimsy to spark delight in young and old alike.
Tweet Give your home a look that reflects the season including incorporating updates along the way to transform it from a Halloween to a Thanksgiving theme. Pumpkins, Scarecrows and Gourds Clear out a section of the front porch, especially a corner that gets a lot of attention as you enter the home. Prop up a scarecrow in the corner and place a bale of hay directly in front of it. Flank the hay with two very large jack o’lanterns, and
Tweet What you think you know about poinsettias may not be accurate or at least should be updated to reflect current information. In any case, if you are planning to decorate your home with one or more plants this Christmas season, then the poinsettia plant should be considered. Not poisonous — You may be under the impression that the poinsettia or at least some part of the plant is poisonous. An Ohio State University study has proven otherwise, demonstrating that
Tweet ‘Tis the season to decorate your home for Christmas! With Thanksgiving past and the Christmas Advent season here, hearts and homes are turning to all things holiday. You may have put up the tree, hung festive lights and put out the family heirloom nativity scene, but what have you done for your fireplace lately? Fireplaces are literally the heart of the home, the centerpiece of your family room, living room or dining arhttp://www.letsrenovate.com/home-improvement-magazine/wp-admin/edit.phpea. Let’s examine ways you can help
Tweet Trips to the garden center are a spring rite of passage, as winter-weary homeowners seek to throw off months of relative solitude to buy flowers and plants in a bid to offer seasonal cheer. Privately owned nurseries and garden centers as well as those operated by “Lowe’s” and “The Home Depot” are busy all weekend throughout the spring. By mid-June, business returns to normal as customers finish beautifying their lawns and gardens, and are ready to enjoy the fruit