From television shows that teach people how to do various projects to the proliferation of home improvement stores with their endless aisles of products beckoning us to give them a try, the do-it-yourself lifestyle has really taken off. While it is possible to tackle some home improvement projects on your own — like painting, wallpapering and more — in many cases it’s best to call in a professional. The following tips will help DIY’ers avoid home renovation disasters, and finish their projects safely and without spending a ton of extra money.
Making your home uniquely you can be a hard thing to do. You ponder about what colors, styles and themes to use in each room so you’re comfortable in your home. We give so much thought to the rooms in our homes, but what about the smaller spaces like closets? From dark and elegant to bright and colorful, these unique closets are sure to stir your creativity.
It might be time to transform that dusty old attic into a restored retreat! Renovating your attic will increase the square footage of living space and enhance your home’s desirability to future buyers. Before the flipping process begins, consider these tips and suggestions for the renovation of your future favorite room!
Bypassing routine maintenance can turn out to be a costly idea. Ten thousand dollars later, you’re wishing you began regular home maintenance a long time ago. But it’s never too late. Begin now by addressing these very important home maintenance tips for homeowners looking to safeguard the longevity of their home.
Settling for a smaller space doesn’t have to seem like settling at all. By using décor to your advantage, you can sneakily make your space seem much bigger than it is. Here comes the even better news: It doesn’t have to cost a fortune, either.
Does your patio need a pick-me-up? Whether you’re looking for updated furniture, décor or lighting, your patio updates don’t have to empty your wallet. We’ve got 20 cheap DIY ideas to turn a sad space into a sophisticated sanctuary by summer.
Spring is finally here, and that means it’s time to start thinking about home remodeling projects. If a kitchen renovation is on your to-do list, follow these rules to ensure a safe project from start to finish.
We’re wading into the great debate over mounting your TV above the fireplace. We’ll weigh our options by taking a look into both sides of this (ahem) heated argument.
Don’t slack on this DIY spring upkeep designed to prep your pad for warmer weather, cut down on rising energy bills and curtail potentially high repair or replacement costs in the future.
Relaxation. It’s not something that comes easily, and with such busy schedules, who has time to go to the spa to take a breather and get pampered? With just a few renovations, you can bring the peaceful, refreshing feeling of the spa to your bathroom.