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]

How To Decorate Your Family Room With A Cowboy Theme

Posted on: 19 November 2015

Whether you have training in interior design or you are decorating your family room with your own ideas, if you've selected to decorate with a cowboy theme, you're in for some fun shopping and planning. Here are some ideas that might help you. The Walls - Whether you select wallpaper with a cowboy theme, wood paneling or paint for your wall treatment, it's the decor on the walls that will add the cowboy mood you are seeking. [Read More]

What's Your Home's Style? Three Approaches To Home D├ęcor

Posted on: 28 July 2015

If you want to give your home a fresh style and new look, you may want to re-evaluate the design direction that you have been taking and try something different. Let a single item inspire you, such as a cool chair or a unique accent piece. This may lead the way to a new style of interior design that transforms you home and pleases those living there. Though there are various eclectic styles and emerging trends, three very different directions you may take include: [Read More]

Three Ways To Increase The Worth Of Your Home

Posted on: 19 June 2015

It seems that building value in a home would be very self explanatory, but it is not as easy as one might think. There are many different ways to build value in your home, and some are better than others.  It sounds like a no brainer, put money into the home and of course it increases in value. However, these few things will increase the value of your home more than the money that was put in. [Read More]