It's called a worktirement and it's becoming increasingly common. Instead of leaving the workforce entirely sometime in their 60s, many seniors are continuing to work (at least part-time) well into their 70s and 80s.
Paint is temporary but generally frowned upon by landlords. All it takes is one tenant with a penchant for highlighter-lime-green paint that bleeds through several coats of white primer to make a landlord flat-out refuse additional painting.
Before you start buying items and painting walls, you'll want to have a clear vision of what you want your bedroom to look and feel like. Begin by taking a critical look at your space, then write a wish list, collect photos and brainstorm with anyone you share the space with.
I know this client since the '80s; he is my ex-husband. He is one of my biggest fans these days and talks about the great job I've done on his urban apartment when I am not there to hear it. It's funny how things work out.
A little decor won't hurt your security deposit, as long as you play your cards right. Rentals have their virtues: The maintenance isn't your problem, and you can move out without having to find a buyer. Yet a temporary living space can often feel a bit... soulless.
Just because it's not your house doesn't mean you don't want to make it a home. But apartment rentals have their own set of rules when it comes to what you can and cannot, and should or should not do.
Windows without treatments can look a little bare, and all it takes to dress them up is adding curtains, blinds, or maybe even a valance. Here are some awesome, easy, and budget friendly ways you can turn your blank window spaces stylish.
Summer is coming to an end, and fall is slowly creeping in! Pumpkins, leaves, and all things fall-inspired make turning your home into a warm and cozy seasonal space, effortless. Fill your home with fall displays of garlands, mason jars, and welcome signs by using one main item -- burlap!
Though I am not a numerologist, I have studied numbers and added my intuitive impressions regarding color to the meanings that we know today. It is my experience that by recognizing the colors of what the numbers may represent, and applying that additional knowledge to the equation, you can manipulate a more harmonious and positive outcome.
Whether you're remodeling or just getting a sink as a new homeowner, here's how you can narrow down your choices from all the styles and types.
"What's for dinner?" feels a lot less daunting when you know your pantry is stocked to the gills with all the fixings for a proper last-minute meal. Here, 21 things to always (always) have on hand.
In an ideal world, we'd all either do every single bit of work that needs to be done to our cars on our own, or we'd all have enough money to never have to lay a finger on it. In reality, though, there are times when you need certain skills.
Frames have a few purposes, sure, but they generally all involve their namesake -- framing things. Bear with me now, though... what if I told you that you can do way more with them than simply placing borders around art, photos, and maps?
We could all benefit from having a little extra space in our homes for the things we love, without having to spend an arm and a leg on renovations. Here to make that a reality for you are these nine easy DIY storage hacks that cost under $30 each.
My kitchen is basically Design-By-Pinterest. That's the cool thing about gutting your kitchen and starting from scratch... you can dream up anything. The process was long and pretty terrible (two little kids + a pregnant woman without a kitchen = no bueno) but it all turned out great.