Spring is here and so is spring cleaning. It’s time to toss out what you don’t use and make room for things you need. Although it may be tempting to simply toss out that old chest or that outdated dresser, don’t be hasty – you can repurpose them! Check out these four ideas to repurpose you’re furniture.
In recent months, my wife and I have been on the hunt for a house. Fortunately the search is over, but in the course of looking for our dream home, we were treated to a few – shall we say – interesting approaches to decorating. These screaming, shrieking examples of what NOT to do, are worth mentioning:
Did you know that modular homes can have a higher level of quality since they’re constructed in a controlled environment? Yep, it’s true. But, we like them because they look really cool. And, unlike mobile homes, you can get a conventional mortgage on a modular home! Read all about it.
It’s spring, so you finally get to turn those visions of sugarplums and snow into visions of tulips and bunnies scampering around. Easter is on its way, and even if the weather where you live is still flirting with an occasional snowflake or two, here are a few ways you can bring some springtime whimsy into your home until your thermostat catches up.
We’ve covered going retro with Victorian frilliness and Art Deco sleekness, and now it’s time to hold onto your pillbox hats as we dive into the atomic-starburst, tiki-bar wonderland of mid-century modern decorating!
Don’t shell out the big bucks for specialty furniture. Get crafty on the cheap – or with something you already have! Check out these five creative cube organizer ideas for inspiration.
Tired of winter yet? Well guess what? There’s still another month of this long, snowy, cold winter! Looking to shake those wintertime blues with a fun hobby? Tired of looking at that old, faded kitchen door? Well, look no further. That old attic door, with a little bit of elbow grease, can be your new kitchen table or even a new headboard!
I think it’s time we ditched our old makeup bags in favor of something fantastic yet functional, which puts our cosmetic collections front and center. Here’s a list to inspire you!
One of my favorite buildings in Detroit is the Art Deco wonderland known as the Guardian Building. Its gorgeous colors, shapes and soaring murals are a feast for the eyes and a great inspiration for adding Art Deco pieces to my own home. In this second installment of Going Retro, we’ll leave behind the ornate Victorian style and move to the streamlined, yet no less elegant, Art Deco style.
The Zing Blog’s been hard at work on our unique home series, scouring the Internet from Pinterest to Google to find unique inspiration for your home. So far, we’ve looked at living rooms, kitchens and storage ideas. Now, we’re tackling bathrooms!