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Interior design trends for 2017
It's a new year - meaning it's a great time to start making some of those changes you didn't get around to in 2016. And if creating a more stylish and comfortable home is among your resolutions this year, it will be helpful to consider some of the top interior design trends for 2017.
What you need to know about grey wood floors
When you think about installing new hardwood floors in your home, what color do you picture them being? Traditionally, most homeowners would name a common shade of brown. However, an increasing number of people are using a different color for their home's flooring: grey.
Enhance your home's design before the holidays
The holidays are stressful enough as is, let alone if you plan to have family and guests over. While hosting parties in your home can be fun, it tends to be more overwhelming if there is something about your house you have wanted to improve.
Top kitchen design trends and tips
With any home improvement endeavor, there are a variety of factors to consider before you start. When it comes to kitchen designs, there are two main aspects to consider: the aesthetic appeal and function. You want to make sure the visual design is one you enjoy seeing every day and are proud to show guests. You also want to make sure your...
Quick guide to hickory hardwood flooring
Whether you are remodeling your current home or designing a new one, the flooring you choose plays a pivotal role in both the look and feel of the house. You have a lot of options at your disposal, but sometimes, choice can be overwhelming.
What you need to know about sustainable flooring
As people become more environmentally and socially responsible, green building practices rise in popularity. There are many ways to make your home eco-friendly, such as using low VOC paints, LED lighting and energy-efficient HVAC systems. Investing in sustainable flooring is another tool to improve the sustainability and value of your home.
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