Struggling to sell your house? Consider feng shui to get the job done! Feng shui will bring in the positive energy your home needs to attract buyers. These steps might be the missing elements to receiving that offer you’ve been anxiously waiting for – take a look!
Whether you’re going for a disco paradise or Brady wonderland, decorating your home ‘70s style is fun and easy! Here are some ideas that you can use to give your home a 1970′s make over.
With a fish, two cats and a child to take care of, I don’t have much time, or the skill, to take care of a garden. But I still want some plants around the house. So I did some research and found out that air plant terrariums require the least amount of gardening skill and knowledge – so of course that’s the type of terrarium I went with. If you lack green thumbs but still want to DIY a terrarium, here’s how to do it!
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!
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!
This week, we’ll tackle the elegant Victorian style, from big renovations to quick and affordable decorating ideas. The era spans from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Victorian decorating is full of dark, rich woods and luxe fabrics; patterns abound in all sorts of combinations!
After this artic vortex we experienced, it’s certainly starting to feel a lot like winter in most parts of the US. One step outside and you’re running back in. What better way to warm up from the frigid temps than in a cozy, winterized house?