Choosing A Log Home Benefits

Choosing A Log Home Benefits – Why not consider a log home? Here are a few reasons why a log home just might be right for you… Beauty Needless to say, the More »

Easter Theme For Your Home Decor

Easter Theme For Your Home Decor – Easter parties are supposed to follow an Easter theme but surprisingly, eggs, chickens and bunnies don’t cover it for most people. Many can’t make the More »

Using Repurposed Items: Creative Ideas

Using Repurposed Items: Creative Ideas – Purging as you go is the most efficient way to get organized. Not sure about whether to keep or get rid of something? Put it in a More »

How to make the most of storage in a small bedroom

Unlike the images we see on Pinterest, the majority of us don’t get to live in houses with ginormous kitchens, gargantuan bathrooms and huge bedrooms. In fact, our bedrooms are on the More »

Decorate Your Home With Greenery

Decorate Your Home With Greenery – The Pantone color of 2017 is the greenery, which is really refreshing and revitalizing. Speaking of greenery, the first thing that comes to my mind would be the More »

 

Antique Secretary Desks And Writing Desks

Antique Secretary Desks And Writing Desks

Antique secretary desks and writing desks have their origin in the 17th century as small traveling desks. After that they started appearing in various sizes and styles. In 1750, British furniture designer Thomas Chippendale designed some remarkable secretary desks that reflected the influence of the Gothic style.

Victorian antique writing desks are very popular and among the most sought-after of antique writing desks especially if signed by the maker. Antique writing desks and antique secretary desks are a popular choice among writers for the convenience they afford and the visual appeal. Roll top desks were popular in the 19th century due to the privacy they afforded and the fact that the top could be locked.

Zen Home Design

Zen Home Design

Zen Home Design – Most of us would be glad for a moment of silence at some point in the day. It is usually when we finish our working day that we just need to sit for a moment and mentally release the events of the day. Some of us have triggers to sub-consciously signal to our brain that we can relax now. Taking off your watch, having a shower or just getting changed into more comfortable clothes are all signals that tell us to relax.

Our home environment also plays an important role in helping us unwind. Here are some of our favorite Zen design tips that will ‘soothe’ your senses and help you to create a more peaceful feeling in your home.

 

 

Rustic Home Décor

Rustic Home Décor

Rustic home décor is a piece of nature in your living space. Rustic home décor is the choice of quite many people, including those who have a very urban lifestyle. In fact, you do not have to live in a country house or a log cabin to use some interesting accents rustic home décor offers. The special natural look of this decorating style is the reason why it appeals to wide public. Of course, it is ideal for you if you love nature, camping and hiking, and want to reflect it in your home and other belongings.

Rustic décor in your home doesn’t mean you have to transform it into a cabin in the woods. You could experiment and have fun with that in just one room or area of your home.

 

 

Installing A Bar In Your Basement

Installing A Bar In Your Basement

Installing a bar in your basement can be a great way to create a fun, relaxing party or get-together area separate from the rest of your home. It can free up space in the kitchen and living room and help you to entertain your guests in comfort and with ease. If you have a finished basement, or are looking into finishing yours, adding a bar to your hosting area could be the touch that really helps you to put that space to use.

There are a few things you need to consider before going ahead with the project, including whether or not you would like a wet bar. A ‘wet bar’ simply has a sink, which can make your life much easier in the long run, but also will require all the work and expenses that installing plumbing in a new part of your home can include.