Kitchen

Twitter

Facebook

Pinterest

Google+

Our Latest Home Ideas

  • Building a Deck? Read This First
    Building a Deck: Requirements, Costs, and Considerations A deck can transform a backyard from a dull open space to a fabulous oasis, an extension of your home that friends and family gravitate toward on warm-weather days. It also has the added bonus of increasing the value of your property. Total win-win. Cost The total cost of the project depends on several Continue Reading...
  • 6 Sharp Ideas for Kitchen Knife Storage
    Store your knives in style Safety should be a priority in any kitchen, and every kitchen has knives. Tossing a bunch of sharp objects into a drawer together may work for some people, but there are plenty of efficient and creative ways to store your knives in places where you won’t accidentally stab yourself while reaching for one. Here’s some Continue Reading...
  • A Dining Room Gets Some Personality for Under $250
    White walls. Brown roller shades. A pendant light that could very well have been stolen from an interrogation room. Yep, this dining room was in dire need of some personality. Here’s how it was transformed for under $250 in a weekend: 2 sets of IKEA’s VIVAN curtain panels in bright orange: $20 IKEA KVARTAL curtain rail system: around $80 Chandelier from Craigslist Continue Reading...
  • Tips for Creating an Organized, Clutter-Free Home Office
    Tips for Creating an Organized, Clutter-Free Home Office A home office can be a savior of productivity, but it can also quickly become cluttered and disorganized. Especially if your office shares space with another living area, it can sometimes seem like trying to stay organized is an exercise in futility. However, keeping your home office clutter-free is no only possible, it’s Continue Reading...
  • How to Build a Flagstone Patio
    How to Build a Flagstone Patio Flagstone is a versatile building material that is perfect for an outdoor patio. The rustic look of flagstone makes for a one-of-a-kind project, and their unique shapes don’t require special tools or finesse to install, just a little patience and some muscle. For this project you’ll need 1-inch thick flagstones, sand or crushed stone, Continue Reading...
  • How to Actually Build a Tiny House
    Guide to Actually Building a Tiny House Usually, the purpose of an introduction is to inspire interest in a certain subject. Thankfully, I don’t have to waste the space. Your brain already boils with visions of flipping off your banker and living out your own Walden Pond fantasy. In the bottom of your belly, you know, you know, that you Continue Reading...
  • Things to Know Before You Refinish Your Hardwood Floors
    They say that hardwood floors are like a fine wine, getting better and better with age. While that’s true, it’s only true to a certain point. Over time, hardwood floors loose that luster, they become discolored, they get scratched, they cup and crown and warp. With the proper care hardwood floors can last up to 20 years before they need Continue Reading...
  • How to Create A Focal Point in Your Living Room
    How to Create A Focal Point in Your Living Room Many people find themselves at a loss when there is no natural focal point (like a fireplace or built-in entertainment center) in their home’s living room, but there are a few tried and true ways to create a focal point even if your home doesn’t come with an obvious one. 1. Large art Continue Reading...
  • How Much Snow Can Your Roof Handle?
    Juno, Markus and Neptune. If cold weather and snow is a part of your winter experience, you’ll recognize those as the names of winter storms that have made the 2014-2015 winter season one of the worst on record so far for many regions. Boston, Massachusetts, in particular, has gotten the brunt of each storm, resulting in the obliteration of their Continue Reading...
  • How To Transition A Nursery Into a Big Kid Room For Under $100
    Transform a Nursery Into A Big Kid Room For Under $100 1. Move the Mattress to the Floor (free) Is your toddler starting to climb out of his crib and scare you to death in the middle of the night? It’s probably time to ditch the crib in favor of a simple mattress-on-the-floor set up. If you already have a spare mattress Continue Reading...