Log homes are beautiful, but they can be a huge commitment. It can be hard to make any changes whether it be from wall color to decor, it can be a challenge. An inflexible log home can soon become outdated. Mapped out are simple ways to modernize and update your log home.
In today’s market, an often-sound investment is a rental property. However, rentals are investments. There are a few things that you can do in order to be sure that you are getting the best return on your rental property.
One very important part of the architectural design of houses is molding. Often overlooked, molding has a way of pulling a room together better than anything else.
Cabins are often appreciated for their simplistic beauty, ruggedness, or efficiency. Whatever the reason, many people enjoy spending time in cabins. What do you do if you want to live in one, but can’t? Style your home to look or feel like a simple cabin.
In the past, we’ve looked at popular ways to use a finished basement. Those ideas some of the most frequent — and beloved — uses for finished basements, but it’s time to look outside-of-the-box at some other ideas we may not have touched on in other posts.
Mudrooms help keep the rest of the home clean, with all of the dirt and “mud” being confined to a singular room. Looking to add one? Looking to spruce up your current mudroom? Here are a few options to make sure you get the most out of this important space.
The materials of a shower — the walls, hardware and flooring — play a major role in the overall experience a bathroom presents, with shower flooring being an extremely important one not just in terms of looks, but for safety as well.
Kitchen islands are practical, gorgeous additions to any home that aid in cooking, entertaining and even selling your home. If you’re on the fence about adding a kitchen island, you really shouldn’t be, as they can provide a number of benefits to your kitchen.