New Year's Resolutions for Home Improvement

New Year's Resolutions for Home Improvement

New Year’s marks the end of the holiday season, and the beginning of the new year! After the holidays, most people are just thinking about saving money and paying off credit cards. Spring is when people budget and execute the most major house projects, which is why the new year is the perfect time to start planning out routine home maintenance and fun projects.

Hot Interior Design Trends for 2018

Hot Interior Design Trends for 2018

As we enter 2018, temperatures will continue to drop and winter will be at its peak of the season. Wrapping up in a warm blanket, watching old movies, and drinking hot cocoa will be on everyone’s to do list this January. Comfort is the theme of the season, and it shows. The hot interior design trends for 2018 will be filled with warmth and coziness. Here is a quick look at design trends for the coming year.

Easy Home Upgrades for the December Holidays

Easy Home Upgrades for the December Holidays

December is officially here, and that means the start of December Holidays!

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Three Kings Day, or St. Lucia Day, it all adds up to the same thing: plenty of house guests. Yes, it is that time of the year when family and friends will gather to celebrate, reminisce and share plenty of laughs and eats.

Preparing Your Fireplace for the Season

Preparing Your Fireplace for the Season

As the weather starts to get colder, it is the perfect time to prepare your home for the season. If you’re lucky enough, you have a fireplace to keep the home warm and keep the heating bill low. There’s nothing quite like spending time with loved ones while sipping on hot cocoa in front of the fireplace during the winter season.

Beginner’s Guide to the Best Game Day Setup

Beginner’s Guide to the Best Game Day Setup

It’s Sunday morning, and your cousin just cancelled having the Sunday game day party because one of the kids has a stomach bug. Needless to say, you’ve been getting phone calls from every sibling, cousin, aunt, and uncle wondering, “who is going to have Game Day today?” Clearly, they weren’t planning on hosting it themselves, why else would they call you?