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Grandma may need more than just her rocker to feel comfortable

Furniture Solutions for Senior Citizens

If you’re a senior and want to make your furniture easier to use, or if you have a family member whose needs are changing, you don’t have to rush out and buy all new furniture. Reupholstery, retreatment, or even redesign can make existing furniture more senior-friendly. A furniture pro can make modifications to the furniture you already have and love, and often for less than it would cost to replace. Here are a few of the things a furniture pro can do to make furniture easier for seniors to use. …
Your home Japanese Tea Garden might not be as impressive as this one, but it can add life to your home nonetheless

Water Themed Home Decor

If you feel most relaxed by the water, you don’t need to wait until your next getaway to get that vacation high. You can fill your home with décor that brings that vibe into your everyday life. There are limitless ways to bring the soothing feel of water into your home decor. From the bubbling of an indoor fountain, to an indoor mural of the ocean, to the gentle motion of a water bed, water themed home décor can reduce your stress as well as beautify your home. Turn your home into an oasis of calm with water themed home décor! …
Daily care and basic caution during moves may save you the cost of professional furniture repair

Sofa Care: Daily and When Moving

A sofa is a substantial investment in your home’s style and comfort. If you buy yours new, you can expect to shell out anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. It only makes sense to take good care of such a costly piece of furniture. These handy hacks will help you protect your sofa from damage during a move and from everyday staining and damage. If your sofa has sustained minor damage, there are some simple ways to repair it yourself. Take a look at these simple, but important ways to ensure that you enjoy your sofa for many years to come. …
After Furniture Redesign

3 Tips for Revitalizing Wood Furniture

Wood furniture is beautiful and sturdy and can last for decades with the right TLC. But what if your wooden furniture is in need of a little more than tender loving care? If your favorite pieces could use a little bandaging, scratch fixing or bone setting, here are a few first aid tips to fix what ails them. From simple fixes like stain removal, to a complete furniture redesign, take a look at these handy tips for revitalizing your wood furniture. …
Reupholster an old couch to make a statement

Moving In Statement Furniture That Works

Buying furniture from a big-box store is undeniably easy: the pieces are usually of a standard size and design, and the store almost always offers delivery. But the downside is that your next-door neighbors may have exactly the same living room suite, dining table or painting that you do. If you live in a subdivision, the exterior of your house may already look similar to your neighbor’s. If you buy your décor from the same store, the interior of your home may look the same, too. …
Ideas to freshen up that teenager's bedroom

Teen Bedroom Furniture Ideas

Decorating a teen’s bedroom is both easy and hard. It’s easy, because a teen’s room lends itself to creativity and recycling; and hard, because your teen will want to direct the choice of everything from furniture to the color of wall paint. While you may choose to let your teen choose some aspects of his room, you can avoid paying full freight for a new bedroom suite. You can save money by having his current furniture redesigned to his liking for much less than what you would pay new. Take a look at these teen bedroom furniture ideas. …
Even a small potted plant will bring life to your natural home

Embracing Nature in Your Home Decor

Nothing is as relaxing and comfortable as a house that feels like an extension of the outdoors. Some homeowners take this concept quite far. They may decorate exterior porches, decks or patios with lamps, stuffed chairs and tables to enjoy the feeling of an “outdoor room.” But if your home doesn’t include a porch or patio, you can still enjoy the feeling of the outdoors by incorporating natural features in your interior décor. There are many different ways to achieve the soothing sense of walking into a forest when you walk into your home. Take a look at these design ideas and see if one of them speaks to you! …
Minimalism at its best: simple yet elegant

Minimalist Home Decorating Tips

If you’ve ever been in a home with a minimalist design, you probably remember it. Minimalist home décor is spare, almost stark. Its design philosophy is simple – bare is beautiful. This décor might work well for you if you want your home to be a sleek, simple, uncluttered haven of serenity. Minimalist spaces have a certain stark elegance, they require little upkeep, and they are relatively easy to keep clean. This may be a good style for you if you have a limited budget for furniture and décor – minimalism requires very little of either. Here are some tips for a minimalist home. …
Bring the outdoors in with your spring redecorating

Whimsical Home Decor Ideas for Spring

Spring is a time to let the outdoors in, both literally and figuratively. It’s a time for expressing your light, playful side in home décor – a time for natural themes, pastel colors and lots of freshening up. If you’re looking for some whimsical home décor ideas for spring, take a look at these suggestions. They will give you some fun and attractive ideas to make your spring redecorating faster, and more beautiful. …
Accent Colors

3 Accent Colors for Your Home Interior

Home décor can be tricky, especially when it comes to color. If you’re not artistically inclined, and if you can’t afford a pricey designer, you may be hesitant to experiment with accent color. But the good news is, you don’t have to reupholster your leather couch or disassemble furniture to make a change. You can play with color relatively inexpensively, and the rules aren’t really that hard. You can almost always pull off an attractive effect if you use one of three basic accent colors: red, blue, or yellow. These are primary colors – the colors from which almost all others are derived. No matter what main colors you’re using, some value of red, blue, or yellow is sure to complement them. …
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