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Spring is right around the corner, which means everyone’s favorite pastime of spring cleaning has also arrived. While it may seem like a chore, it’s also wonderfully cathartic to declutter, refresh, and organize your living spaces. For some it can be an overwhelming exercise, but we have come up with some tips and ideas to help you get the job done.
Did you recently think about changing a room in your home, or move into a new space and decide you would like to make some design changes? Or did you decide to mix things up and add a little more spunk to your space through finishes? Either way you may now find yourself looking for some design guidance to help with your new project. A quick Google search is a great first step but you may come across individuals whose profession are listed as “interior decorator” or “interior designer”. You are not alone if you then ask yourself, “Aren’t they the same”?
When it comes to dining room tables, the options are endless. How do you know which one to choose? While the modern home is all about a wonderful amalgamation of several different styles, trends, textures and shapes, you don’t want to purchase a misfit. This guide will help you get you through your décor conundrum and choose the right dining table for your home.
Red has the capacity to enhance a space; giving it a warm, noticeable vibe. Where you see red you’ll often find an impressionable, bold personality, and the wide range of reds is what makes this color so versatile. Here are 5 things you likely didn’t know about the color:
Area rug retail sales hit $4.8 billion in 2015, up 4.8% from the year before. And, home accent specialists and furniture stores consistently name the category as one of the fastest growing. A look at online rug shoppers through FurnitureDealer.net’s network of furniture store websites reveals a summary of the rug shapes and colors today’s buyers are wanting.
Clutter, stuff, litter...however you define it, none of it is good for your health. Many people feel overwhelmed, anxious and defeated when around clutter because mess causes stress. There are many benefits of owning fewer possessions and living a more simplified, uncluttered life: less to clean, less to organize and less stress to name a few.