As a kitchen specialist, I try to educate my clients on the mistakes they can easily avoid when remodeling their kitchens. While beauty and functionality are important in the design, longevity is an equally important factor. Kitchens are a significant investment and should be designed to last twenty years or so.
Looking for some last-minute Thanksgiving decoration ideas? We challenged nine bloggers to create festive Thanksgiving projects on a budget. From napkin rings and place cards to signs and doormats, you can DIY each of these décor ideas for under $30!
Don't: Apply too many crazy paint jobs to your walls and furniture. It's fun to paint and it gets kind of addictive, but your home can begin to look like a circus canvas if you are not careful!
This year's Thanksgiving holiday will be a bit unusual for me and my family, to say the least. We will be celebrating the holiday, with all the usual food and revelry, except this year it will take place in our flooded and torn-up home.
There's something naturally rustic about the holiday season. Maybe it's because of the tall pine trees we bring into our homes or the desire for a constant crackling fire. Whatever the reason, this style gets a lot of attention, and we're giving it some more.
Our DIY holiday gifts start with a frenzied afternoon on Pinterest, a trip to the crafts-supply store, and the best intentions. And they usually end with those crafts supplies in a heap in the corner and a last-minute dash through the mall for anything we can shove into a gift bag.
Decorating your home can be a daunting task, so you head on over to Pinterest with a cup of tea, and approximately 18 hours later, you are on the 12th cup of coffee, your hair is disheveled, your life is in shambles, your husband has left you, but you have seven new perfectly curated Pinterest boards and still no clue where to begin.
The coziest holiday is right around the corner, so before your Thanksgiving guests arrive, make your holiday house 100 time more amazing with these budget and beautiful decor ideas from Hometalk bloggers.
Everything is in its place in these beautiful pantries from the AD archives.
When you show up to a friend's dinner party, do you bring a host or hostess gift? Absolutely! Unfortunately, these days many guests arrive expecting to be wined and dined -- but it should be the other way around. Hosts put a lot of time into preparing for and entertaining guests and you should always remember to say "thanks" with a thoughtful present.
If you're looking to do something different, something memorable, take a look at these four unique ideas for wedding favors.
Don't panic if it's your first year hosting the annual get-together! We've rounded up a few simple tips -- from preparation to delegating tasks -- that will help streamline the day, leaving you with more time to enjoy the festivities.
Absolutely wonderful news for anyone who has stacks of pictures and photos that need to be framed, but hasn't found the time to get to it. (We know -- it feels like a lot of work!) Framebridge is working to make the process painless by doing it for you
If you're still having trouble getting to sleep since the clock change, put that extra hour to good use, by DIYing your way to a better home 60 minutes at a time! In fact, these brilliant ideas from Hometalk bloggers are a quick way to spruce up your living space any time of long.
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