Yay! It’s almost time to decorate for the holidays! Here are some of our favorite decorating ideas for those of you who aren’t into traditional red and green holiday decor. They are guaranteed to make your home extra cozy this season.
Some of us grew up playing Duck Hunt on Nintendo, while others lived in the glory days of the Xbox generation, blasting up The Covenant through the eyes of Master Chief. We decided to geek out a little and create a timeline of video game console history just because. And because hey, who knows – it may just help you out at your next trivia night.
Decorating and arranging your furniture is tricky when you live in a small place with an even smaller living room. It can be overwhelming trying to find furniture you love, decide how you want to arrange it, and still make your room feel spacious. Here are some of our favorite ways to save space and make the most of what you’ve got.
Looking to add some fall elements to your home decor? Head to your local dollar store to make this inexpensive and festive fall wreath. Bonus: the materials all cost less than $10!
Halloween just isn’t the same without pumpkin carving. Sure — costumes, candy, and scary movies are some of our favorite staples, but pumpkin carving is a tradition we just can’t get enough of. It’s a great chance to get creative. Try out a few of our favorite classic and creative pumpkin ideas this year.
When life gets busy and you don’t have time to drive around town furniture shopping, online retail therapy can be a great alternative. Whether you need a bedroom suite, living room sectional or dining room set, these helpful online buying tips will help you find the perfect product so you can continue building the home you’ve always dreamed of.
If you’d rather study at home in your pajamas than in a freezing, stuffy library, you’re not alone. But if you don’t take the time to create the right study space, it’s easy to get distracted and unmotivated. Here are some of our favorite tips and tricks for creating the perfect study nook (for you or your kids!), because where you study is just as important as how you study.
Do you actually use your dining room or is it just a place to put random stuff? Let’s bring it back into the mix! Say hello to an open concept dining room. It’s an inviting space where guests can hang out while the chef works a little magic.
Living in a small space doesn’t mean you can’t make it beautiful. Even if you're living in a small apartment, townhouse or condo, we’ve got some small-space tips and tricks to help you create a cozy home, no matter its size!