Making Your Place Feel Like Home

When it comes to turning your house into a home, it isn't always easy to know where to start. After I purchased my first home, it still felt like someone else's space, which really put a damper on my ability to create a warm, welcoming environment. However, after collecting different things from around the world and learning how to create my own art, I was able to make the kinds of changes I needed to in order to make my place feel like home. I wanted to make a website all about creating a fun, imaginative space, so I started this blog. Check it out!

3 Advantageous Tips For Finding A Quality Fencing Company

6 June 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If your fence is in bad shape, it may be time for a replacement. For these demanding installation jobs, you'll want to work with a fencing company. There may be many to choose from in your area, but finding the right one is possible thanks to these tips.  Gather Some Estimates  Pricing is a huge concern for new fencing installation and is something you need to budget for accordingly. So that you find a fence that works for your particular budget, be sure to gather several estimates from different companies. Read More …

3 Helpful Tips When Considering A Pergola For Your Backyard

27 April 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Pergolas are incredible structures that you can incorporate in your backyard for functional space to use for all sorts of activities. To choose a pergola that works perfectly for your particular backyard, keep these tips in mind. Identify a Function  So that you have a better idea of the size and overall design you need for your pergola, you need to first identify a function. A lot of homeowners use these spaces to host special events, such as cookouts for family and friends. Read More …

3 Things That Could Be Causing Uneven Heating In Your Home

15 March 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Most homeowners rely heavily on the heating systems in their homes to sustain comfortable indoor temperatures throughout the cold winter months. Discovering that your residential heating system is no longer heating the rooms in your home evenly can be disheartening. Cold spots can lead to discomfort and increased utility costs. There are some common factors that might be contributing to the uneven heating of your home, and addressing these factors can help you make your home's heating system more efficient in the future. Read More …

Want To Spice Up Your Backyard? Add Functional Garden Decorations

26 January 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

When you spend time in your backyard, you may realize that it is somewhat plain. Although you can grow new plants to introduce something new to the space, you may feel comfortable with the number of plants that you have because adding more would require additional upkeep. An excellent alternative is spicing up your backyard through garden decorations. But, you do not need to only add decorations that improve the visuals of your landscape. Read More …

3 Unique Ways To Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

15 December 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Your home is your castle, and it's also a representation of you. What better way to present your home than with awesome curb appeal. While a well-manicured lawn is a great way to boost your home's curb appeal, there are a variety of other measures you can take. Learn what you can do to wow your neighbors. Add a Pop of Color Consider adding a pop of color to the front of your home. Read More …

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Making Your Place Feel Like Home

When it comes to turning your house into a home, it isn't always easy to know where to start. After I purchased my first home, it still felt like someone else's space, which really put a damper on my ability to create a warm, welcoming environment. However, after collecting different things from around the world and learning how to create my own art, I was able to make the kinds of changes I needed to in order to make my place feel like home. I wanted to make a website all about creating a fun, imaginative space, so I started this blog. Check it out!

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