Yearly Archives: 2015

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Runaway Home Edition: Renovating to Include a Walk-in Closet

By |December 20th, 2015|

Runaway Home Edition: Renovating to Include a Walk-in Closet
Having a walk-in closet is like living the dream! Imagine having a place with all your clothes, shoes, bags, and accessories all lined up and visible every morning makes dressing up and preparing for work or school less of a chore. It also makes for a great […]

Home Renovations for Better Ventilation and More Space

By |December 13th, 2015|

Home Renovations for Better Ventilation and More Space
Making a home that’s more conducive to better living conditions is always a great decision. Air that’s flowing freely internally always gives the residents of the place more reasons to stay in it as it makes for a more relaxing place to just chill and be healthy in. […]

Ways to Turn Any Part of the House Into a Great Nursery

By |December 6th, 2015|

Ways to Turn Any Part of the House Into a Great Nursery
The addition of a nursery in a home is a great renovation activity to undergo. It means that a new bundle of joy has arrived and people will surely fawn over the baby in no time. However, there are some few rules when doing […]

Three Renovation Tips for the Holidays

By |November 29th, 2015|

Three Renovation Tips for the Holidays
Turning the home into a holiday-ready place is a great challenge for most homeowners. It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but the days leading to it can be a real nightmare when it comes to renovating the home to make if perfect for gatherings with family […]

Looking Up and Good: Renovation Tips for the Ceiling

By |November 20th, 2015|

Looking Up and Good: Renovation Tips for the Ceiling
Ceilings are the literal icing on the cake that is a beautiful home. It completes the whole look and ensures that the place looks cohesive design-wise. There are many ways to make use of ceilings as a focal point in creating a room that’s bright and well-maintained.

Here […]

Tips to Save on Home Furnishings During Renovation

By |November 14th, 2015|

Home furnishings are the icing of the cake of any renovation project. No matter how delicious or well-made the cake is, it still would not look appetizing without it. The finishing touches are the most expensive part of any renovation and yet are the most important. If done badly, it can quickly make a place […]

Upgrading the Stove: Renovation Tips for a More Modern and Updated Kitchen

By |November 4th, 2015|

Upgrading the Stove: Renovation Tips for a More Modern and Updated Kitchen
Remodeling the kitchen is no easy task for homeowners. With several key components involved such as electricity wirings and water pipes, kitchens are the hardest to renovate in any part of the home. However, doing so also provides the greatest reward. According to most […]

Renovating for Success: Turning Homes Into Mixed Use Spaces

By |October 29th, 2015|

Renovating for Success: Turning Homes Into Mixed Use Spaces
Let’s face it: real estate is expensive. Keeping one’s home and maintaining all of the bills related to ownership can take a toll on one’s budget. However, if the home has a great location and has the space for another venture, why not turn it into a […]

Three Renovation Tips for Newlyweds

By |October 16th, 2015|

Three Renovation Tips for Newlyweds
Nothing is more exciting than a couple building a new home as they begin their lives together. As with any collaboration that involves two people, renovating a place to fit the needs and wants of different people with respective preferences can be quite an interesting challenge.

One thing’s for sure: it doesn’t […]

Renovation Tips for Creating the Space for the Man in the House

By |October 8th, 2015|

Mancaves are the rage when it comes to homes especially for married couples. This place is where the man of the house can create a place of solace and relaxation with all the bells and whistles of a hangout location without leaving the comfort of their own home. It is a place that speaks of […]