A couple of years ago, a woman in Oak Park, Michigan, almost went to jail for not getting rid of the garden in her front yard. Seems pretty crazy, right? Well, it’s a story that resonates with many communities around the nation. So what’s the big deal with having a front yard garden?
Did you just move into your first house? Or have you just grown sick of your outdated décor? Whether you’re dealing with a blank canvas or an old, familiar space, you can create your own unique and practical decorations to turn your home around. This week we’re highlighting simple DIY projects to revamp your bathroom.
Several television commercials have recently touted that with home values rising, right now is the time to start renovating and investing in your home. It’s either a super convincing marketing ploy to get you to spend money on new kitchens and windows, OR home values really are continuing to rise and investing in your home makes sense again. Let’s take a closer look to see what’s going on.
Last week, we let you in on a little secret – that the HGTV Love It, List It, Watch It, Win It Sweepstakes presented by Quicken Loans is being extended one more week! Tonight is the night!
Whether you’ve inherited a concrete patio from the previous homeowner or opted to build one, these creative and inexpensive options can spruce up your concrete patio. If you’re tired of that giant, gray geometric blob in your backyard, give one of these ideas a try!
Your next chance to win the HGTV Love It, List It, Watch It, Win It Sweepstakes is tonight! Entering is easy – all you have to do is watch HGTV’s Love It or List It tonight at 8 p.m. ET for a special code word. The entry form will then be live for 24 hours at HGTV.com/LoveIt so you can enter for your chance to win!
Did you just move into your first house? Or have you just grown sick of your outdated décor? We’re highlighting simple DIY projects to revamp your kitchen. Many of these featured crafts start with items you already have tucked away in your home, or that you can easily salvage from hardware stores near you. Regardless of where your supplies come from, these projects are guaranteed to be a quick and painless way to make your house like new!
Adding ceiling fans to high-traffic rooms around your home is definitely worth some thought. They’re significantly less expensive to buy and run than central air conditioning. A ceiling fan would be a quick, cost-effective method to cool your home this summer.
With summer starting, many American families, especially in the northern states, will be firing up their air conditioning units for the first time in 2013 and paying close attention to their cooling expenses. To help you battle cooling costs, we’ve created a list of five ways to maximize your house-cooling efficiency so you can spend less time worrying about air conditioning bills, and more time focusing on making sure that tan is just right!
Do you get home from the grocery store and randomly throw your food into the fridge? Does your fridge have no rhyme or reason to its organization? Properly storing items in your fridge could help keep food fresh longer. Read on to learn exactly where your goods belong!