How much do you let your inner-nerd show? I say it’s time we all show our interests loud and proud, no matter how geeky they may be. Let’s take a look at some quirky ways to display your hobbies and passions throughout your home.
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When it comes to decorating at home, If you aren’t sure what your preference is or how you’d classify it, here are a few pointers to help you understand a few popular style categories and the colors and items that tend to reflect that style.
Fish tanks can be a great addition to your home, but before you go crazy putting a fish tank together, read on. Starting one is easy, but not as easy as just throwing a goldfish in a bowl.
You don’t have to put on SCUBA gear to enjoy the underwater world. Fish tanks offer tons of great benefits and are inexpensive and easy to get started.
If you’re the type of online shopper who wants to chuck your computer or mobile device at the wall when you can’t instantly find exactly what you’re looking for, I dare you to give Fathead’s new website a shot. As a matter of fact, I double-dog dare you.
Upcycling and recycling offer the same benefit by saving usable goods from rotting away in a landfill; however, upcycling adds a bit of flare to an otherwise worn-out object and saves you money when decorating your home.
If you want unique pieces for your home, you have to look in unconventional places. You never know what you’ll find for your home at a junkyard!
Even though I have yet to find the Holy Grail of albums, I do find interesting albums or cover art that draw my attention. Old albums are a unique and cheap way to add decorative pieces to your home.
During the spring and summer months, front porches and back patios are prime spots for relaxation, family bonding and entertaining company. With this in mind, our friends at MSN Living have compiled a list of 18 porch and patio décor themes that are sure to add some flavor to your favorite warm-weather retreat.
I live in a small house with my husband and young son (and a dog and cat). I love them all dearly, but often feel totally overrun with their stuff. Nowhere in our house is sacred. Not even the (only) bathroom. Sometimes a mom just needs some peace and quiet and a clean place to sit down.