There are lots of ways to live healthier. Eat better. Spend more time outdoors. Get a little more active (maybe hit the gym?). One that’s less obvious is to surround yourself with plants indoors. Through their breathing process, plants add oxygen to our spaces. But there’s another benefit: as they breathe, plants also pull indoor pollution from the air.
My vision was a dark, mysterious, historic-looking barn that had a bright, modern take on western decor inside. Our goal was to have space for our horses downstairs along with a small kitchenette and bathroom, and a full living space upstairs. Long term, the barn will be our office headquarters once we build a home on the property.
Valentine’s Day is almost here, and we love seeing all the displays of red, pink, and white in storefronts and homes. In honor of this short but sweet celebration of the color of love, we thought we’d give you some inspiration for fresh ways you could incorporate red into your home design and decor.
Check out 20 of our favorite red home designs and decor!
Whether you plan on selling your home down the road or are just moving to a new place, it can be difficult to decide when to invest in a siding, decking, roofing or interior remodeling project. Depending on the project, a remodeling effort can pay you back in more than improved aesthetics and curb-appeal. It can add value to your home that far outweighs the initial cost.
Your home should encourage relaxation, not stress you out. It should be a place that you can’t wait to retreat to, instead of a place that you avoid. In fact, having an organized home is closely connected to a clear mind and a healthier lifestyle. Keep reading for some tips on getting organized in every area of your life in the new year!
One of the best parts about wintertime is driving around and seeing front porches lit up with holiday spirit. If you want to take your own porch decor to the next level this year and need some inspiration, look no further than these masterpieces.
Here are some of our favorite displays of holiday cheer to inspire your porch decor.
When HGTV Canada personality and carpenter Kate Campbell, founder of Kate Builds, and her husband Dave Coleman, walked through an outdated 1970s bungalow in Southern Ontario, Canada, they knew it would be a great renovation project to capture for their growing fan base.