Bedroom / Furnishings
Is an Adjustable Bed Just What You Need?
by Lorena Benchis on Nov 18, 2011
If a really good, restful sleep is eluding you at the moment then maybe it is time to think about buying a new bed. Sometimes we keep our mattresses for far longer than the recommended lifespan of the product, and the result can be restless and uncomfortable nights. Continue reading →
by Lorena Benchis on Nov 18, 2011
For so many of us, the bedroom is the one place in which we totally relax, and so the interior décor in this room is of course of the utmost importance. It’s vital that you feel happy with the look of your bedroom in order to feel totally at ease, relaxed and peaceful. Continue reading →
All About Mattresses
by Lorena Benchis on Nov 23, 2011
If you are buying a new mattress, you haven’t bought one for quite a long time. Most people keep their beds for at least ten years and the changes in what is available as the industry develops new products can be overwhelming. Continue reading →
DIY – Could Do Better?
by Lorena Benchis on Jan 20, 2012
I know that this article is going to sound like your Mum or Dad telling you off for not getting a good school report, but I’ll risk it. Even experienced DIY-ers know that in some areas they “could do better”. Avoid an F for Fail, by taking note of these tips from the professionals. Continue reading →
The Costs of Redecorating Your Bedroom
by Lorena Benchis on Jan 20, 2012
With the start of the New Year, lots of us are looking for ways to give our home a fresh, new look, and what better place to start than in the bedroom? After all, it’s the room where we tend to feel the most relaxed and at home, and is usually the most personal room in the house. However, a new year doesn’t necessarily mean lots of new disposable funds to spend on redecorating! In fact, after all the expense of Christmas, the New Year can often be one of the most difficult times of the year in t Continue reading →
Should You Let Furnished or Unfurnished?
by Magdalena Ehnes on Apr 12, 2012
If you’re a landlord, or you’re thinking about investing in property either for a living or to supplement your other income, you’re going to have to decide whether it’s best to provide places that are furnished, unfurnished – or partially furnished. There are no definitive answers here; it’s a question of horses for courses. Continue reading →
Removing Water Rings or White Haze from Wood Furniture
by Michigan State University on May 11, 2012
Water rings which appear as filmy gray spots are especially common on furniture from not using coasters. Try one of these methods to remove the rings from your furniture. Continue reading →
Tips for Using Slipcovers on Awkward Shaped Furniture
by Guest Post on May 14, 2012
Furniture slipcovers are great for improving the appearance of old sofas and chairs, or for protecting good quality furniture from pet hairs and general wear and tear. Ready made slipcovers are inexpensively priced and come in various sizes to fit most standard shaped seats. Continue reading →
5 Tips to Organize Your Home Office
by Guest Post on May 15, 2012
Since it’s usually one of the most often used rooms in the house, keeping the home office neat and tidy can sometimes be a challenge. It’s important to have a well-organized space to work at home not only to boost your productivity but to give you a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction of a job well done. Continue reading →
Installing Wall-Mounted Baby Changing Stations
by Guest on Jul 1, 2012
You just had a baby and your list of home improvement projects has been put on the back burner while baby-centric projects are made a top priority. The addition of a baby changing station to your home is a great idea, but baby changing stations take up a lot of space and may not seem like a viable option for those of us who live in small houses. Continue reading →
Three Places to Spend Money on the Exterior of Your Home
When you have the exterior of your home remodeled, you are investing, time, energy and convenience into the project and you want to make sure that...
When to Use a Brush, Roller or Sponge Brush
Brushes are a good choice for painting trim and woodwork. They are also useful for cutting in the edges around the top and bottom edges and corners...
Homemade Headboards-Make an Upholstered or Wooden Headboard
Homemade headboards can add a lot of personality to any bedroom. They can be coordinated with existing furniture and room decor or they can be the...
Creating a Cottage Kitchen with Bead Board
Kitchen decor can range from modern and bold to elegant and elaborate by using strategic kitchen pieces. One of the most popular decorating trends...
Gas Fireplace Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
Follow these steps for diagnosing and troubleshooting Gas Fireplaces repairs. For the average DIYer, this may seem intimidating, depending on the...
An All-Inclusive Guide to Eco-Friendly Interior Design: 5 Ways to Do It Best
Over 100 countries have enforced policies on sustainable consumption and production according to the 2018 UN Sustainable Development Goals Report....
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Unique Ways to Clean Your Window Tracks
As we get closer to springtime you might be noticing that your windows need a good cleaning. Not only is it your windows, but it is the window...
on Apr 3, 2023
Navigating Singapore's Property Regulations: A Guide for Foreign Investors
Singapores property market has been attracting foreign investors for many years, thanks to its stable economy, strong legal system, and transparent...
on Mar 22, 2023
What Truck Size Do I Need to Move a 3-Bedroom House
Moving to a new home can be a complex and stressful process, but with the help of the right truck size, you can make it a smooth and seamless...
on Feb 13, 2023
Five Tips to Take Better Care of Your Basement Insulation
Basement waterproofing is an essential part of home maintenance, as it helps to protect the basement from moisture, flooding, and other...
on Feb 12, 2023
What Type of Licensed Contractor Should You Hire?
on Feb 28, 2017
Hire Contractors / Estimates
Looking for a specialty project? There are many types of contractors available for your home improvement needs. Finding the right type of...
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