Chances are, you can’t afford full-scale versions of all of Barbie’s possessions (the convertible, the yacht, the wardrobe), but there are tons of other ways you can transform your home to get a taste of the Barbie Dreamhouse life. If your unique home style is “Barbie Dreamhouse,” then here are some unique and glitzy items that can help you achieve the look.
To give you, our readers, more insight into what the America’s Homeowner Alliance (AHA) is and how it can help you as a homeowner, we sat down with AHA chairman and founder, Phil Bracken, to get the inside scoop on the association and its benefits.
Kohler, Samsung, Ecovacs and Velux sold some new home products that are futuristic. Here are a few of 2013’s most innovative products and apps for the home.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be reminded of your passions and hobbies every time you walk into a room? Whether you like to relax with old records after work, attend wild rock shows or star in the choir, the Internet has tons of options for you. I’ve wrangled some of the coolest music-themed décor options for each room of your home.
The dust of Christmas is starting to settle as we pick the last bits and pieces of wrapping paper off our floors to get ready for the New Year. Your floor might be clean, but I’m willing to bet there are still some big remnants of the holidays left in your fridge. Though you may be tired of heating up the same meal over and over again, it’s important to be mindful about not wasting food. Luckily, there are tons of creative ways to deliciously utilize the traditional Christmas dishes we’re all starting to get sick of.
It’s time to ring in the New Year, and there’s no better way to do it than with a New Year’s Eve party. But after all the holiday shopping, traveling and get-togethers, money can be pretty tight. So how do you throw an awesome New Year’s Eve party on a small budget? The Zing Blog has a few tips for you. From planning to party night, we’ll help you stay within your budget and still impress your loved ones.
Host a house concert and see how fast your home gains value – emotional value. Not just a place where people live, your house can become a rich memory of musical good times with artists, friends and family.
Ah, holiday storage. In an ideal world, I’d have a nice finished basement storage room where I could store loads of clear storage containers with all my holiday decorations inside. In reality, my entire collection has to share a tiny bedroom closet with suitcases, formal dresses and my Hobbit costume. While I’d love to be able to buy all sorts of storage solutions for my decorations, I’ve had to be a little more flexible and creative. As an added bonus, it’s much more inexpensive to engineer my own storage. Here are a few tips for dealing with your holiday storage this year.
Across the world, various cultures indulge in foods that are supposed to bring wealth, prosperity and abundance in the New Year. From pork to ring cakes, each tradition has meaning. Want to know what to eat for good luck in 2014? Then read on!
Whether you’re organizing spices in the kitchen, toiletries in the bathroom or blankets in the living room, we all need storage. So why not make storage a focal point in your room design? As a continuation of our unique room series, this week we’re going to focus on unique storage ideas that make a design statement.