New year’s resolutions aren’t just for losing weight, eating healthier or exercising more. For those of us who are DIYers, the new year is a great opportunity to tackle some fun home improvement projects.
Every year Pantone Color Institute announces its pick for color of the year. According to Pantone, the color is supposed to be a “snapshot of what we see taking place in our global culture that serves as an expression of a mood and an attitude.”
Winter is officially here! As cooler temperatures, sleet, snow and ice start rolling in, it’s extra important to make sure that your barn animals stay warm. Aside from turning up the heat, we’ve put together some tips to help prepare your four-legged friends for the season.
Let’s face it: The holidays can get expensive. You have gifts to purchase, decorations to buy and, sometimes, plane tickets to visit family or friends. While we can’t help you with your holiday gift list, we can help you make your home festive for the holidays without breaking the bank.
In my last post, I broke down the components of a wood stile and rail door. Now, I’ll demonstrate how wood doors benefit homeowners in a tangible way.
Previously, we shared the inspiration behind a bright and beautiful open-concept kitchen designed by Lathem Gordon and Cate Dunning, the talented duo of GordonDunning interior design. Today, they share what went into creating what they call a “fresh traditional” bedroom featuring a judges paneling accent wall and blue and white hues.
Previously, we shared the inspiration behind a light and lovely living room designed by Lathem Gordon and Cate Dunning, the talented duo of GordonDunning interior design. Today, they share what went into creating this beautiful and functional open-concept kitchen, equipped with fluted moulding on the cabinets and modern finishes.
It’s almost winter! That means cooler temperatures and (unfortunately) higher energy bills. But you don’t have to spend this winter wrapped in a blanket by the fire trying to keep warm. There are some very simple things you can do in your home to ensure that you stay comfortable and cozy all season long.
You’ve heard that saying, “it’s what is on the inside that counts.” Well, the same is true with doors. The composition of a door determines its strength, durability, even energy efficiency and ability to diffuse sound waves throughout your home.
Moulding in and of itself adds architectural interest and design to any room, but a moulding build-up takes it to a whole new level. Build-ups are achieved by stacking two or more pieces of moulding together in order to create a unique, fully customized look.