To answer the ongoing debate on what makes photography art, we must first define the noun, Art. It is an expression of creative skill and imagination.
Decorating on a dime; are you kidding me? Not at all. You see, one of the biggest secrets to creating a beautiful home decor isn’t spending tons of money. It’s the ability to imagine the possibilities with items that you already possess or are within your current budget. In other words, your creativity.
After battling the winter gray skies, it’s natural to start craving for a little sunshine. Yep, winter blues are a real thing! The once beautiful icy color palette soon becomes dull, helping bring out our moody sides and giving us cabin fever.
Are you feeling stuck when trying to figure out how to decorate those large walls in your living room? Trust me; you are not alone as this is probably one of those areas most people struggle with; especially if they are trying to stick to a tight budget.
Organizing your home room by room is more manageable. Most of us can carve out a little time here and there, especially if we know the results will be pretty much instantaneous.
True story, our first property sold for the full listing price during the market dip in 2012. Yep! If you want to learn how to make your home look expensive…
Once upon a time, I read some real estate advice advocating seeking out properties with fireplaces. The author added fireplaces had miraculous powers making even the tiniest spaces feel grand, luxurious, and charming.
Since your rug will be covering a large area in your living room, it deserves a lot of attention as it could make or break your design. This is especially true if you have an open floor plan concept as it can assists you in defining spaces in your home.
What if I were to tell you that there is a proven way to figure out the best home improvements to raise your home’s value - that works?! We’ll be diving deep into this subject, so hang in there since you’ll soon have a clear path on how to find your home’s issues, which areas to focus on, and how to update ones on a dime.
If you just reminder this one thing, you’ll be fine. Work from the outside in, beginning with the utensils that are furthest away from the plate.