4 Tips From Tiny House Interior Design That Apply To All Homes

Posted on: 20 February 2018

Tiny houses may be trendy, but they're still built around timeless ideas like making the most of limited space and cutting down on unnecessary clutter. Even if your home could fit half a dozen tiny homes within its footprint, you can still incorporate interior design ideas from your favorite tiny structures for a more minimal and calming environment. Try these four tips that are easily applied to any kind or size of home. [Read More]

Benefits Of Architectural Rendering For Interior Design Remodels

Posted on: 19 October 2017

If you are going to be redoing the interior of your home, you have probably looked at paint colors, different fabrics, and flooring options. You may walk around with paint chips in your pocket to compare with the fabrics and spent hours online or in shops trying to find decorating tips. Unfortunately, all the preplanning does not always mean you will like what you have put together once it is in your home. [Read More]

FAQ About Investing in Curtains

Posted on: 4 August 2016

Are you trying to decide if hanging curtains at the windows in your bedroom is a good idea? You can't go wrong with hanging curtains because they are beneficial in several ways that will make the investment worthy. This article has a list of answers to a few of the questions that you might have before purchasing curtains for your bedroom. Can Curtains Make a Window Look Bigger? It is actually possible to make a window appear larger by hanging up curtains, and the task can be accomplished in several ways. [Read More]

Before You Take Your First Stitch: First Steps For The Beginning Quilter

Posted on: 17 February 2016

Quilting is a great hobby. It's relatively easy to learn the basics, and the gratification that comes from turning beautiful fabrics into a work of art is nearly instant. If you are interested in learning to quilt, you probably can't wait to get started on your first project. However, there are a few things you should do before you purchase your fabric and sewing supplies. Visit your local fabric store [Read More]