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Terminology to Learn Before Shopping for Blinds

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Blinds are a great choice for any room of the home, and especially for kitchens and bathrooms where humidity levels are higher than in the rest of the house. Wood or vinyl blinds won’t absorb that added humidity, so they won’t show greasy stains or other such marks as curtains and fabric shades often do. When you’re ready to shop for blinds for your home, you might note a few key phrases and terms to learn, and this can help you find the right style of blinds for your home’s interior. Read More»

Does Your Storefront Require a New Stationary Awning?

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When it comes to business, an awning is more than just a structure that increases the functionality of the outdoor area. The structure improves the appearance of the company, and it can be used to advertise your brand and attract more clients through your front door. People can see it from a distance, and this small fixture can make or break your business. That’s why you need to pay attention to how it looks and whether it is making business better or degrading the appearance of the premises. Read More»

2 Ideas For Creating A Salon-Style Photo Gallery In A Small And Awkward Space In Your Home

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When it comes to interior design, it’s often the smaller spaces of a home that prove to be more problematic to decorate than the larger spaces. Areas such as entrances, hallways and study nooks leave little space for furniture or ornaments, yet they look bare and neglected if you leave them empty. If you have one of these troublesome spaces in your home, then you might like to consider a salon-style photographic gallery for the area. Read More»

Small Changes That Can Have a Big Impact on Your Home's Interior

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Sprucing up a home’s interior doesn’t always need to be expensive, and it doesn’t need to involve major changes either. Sometimes even the simplest details can help to update and modernize a space, and make it more attractive and inviting overall. Note a few small changes you might consider around your home, and which will still have a big impact on your home’s design and style. Overhead lighting Take stock of the overhead lighting features of your home, and swap out dull and dated fluorescent fixtures for something warmer and more attractive. Read More»

Small Details to Remember When Choosing a New Bathroom Vanity

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A new bathroom vanity might be just what you need to add extra storage in your home’s bathroom, keeping you organised and stress free. A vanity can also muffle sound in the bathroom, something to consider for a powder room that is close to the home’s living space or attached to a shared bedroom! When you’re ready to choose a new bathroom vanity, note a few details to keep in mind, so you know you get the right piece for the bathroom in your home. Read More»

Would A Built-In Wardrobe Be Better Suited For Your Bedroom?

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An essential feature to complete the perfect bedroom is closet space. Nonetheless, tracking down the best wardrobe to suit your specific needs can be a daunting project. Not only do you have floor space to bear in mind, but also you have to consider the capacity of the wardrobe, its suitability for multiple individuals, if it is multifunctional enough to accommodate more than just clothes and so on. As a result, it is not surprising that some people settle for something that meets some of their needs as it can be challenging to find something that fits all their requirements. Read More»

4 Great Reasons Why Timber Flooring Is Perfect for Dog Owners

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If you have a dog, you probably can’t even imagine calling your house a home without your four-legged friend scampering up to meet you at the door. Unfortunately, all that scampering can take its toll on your flooring, and there are other doggy-relation issues besides. That can make it tough to pick out flooring, but dog owners generally find timber the best option, and here are just four reasons why. Read More»

3 Ways To Bring Scandi-Boho Style Into Your Home

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A recent trend in interior design is the unusual yet oddly successful merge of Bohemian and Scandinavian style. At first, these styles may seem completely at odds with each other. Scandinavian design is characterised by clean lines, a minimalist feel and light, neutral colours. On the other hand, Bohemian style is known for the eclectic blend of patterns, colours and textures which are presented in a stylishly haphazard way. Yet, the two opposing styles manage to work well together, creating a unique look that takes concepts from both styles to create something beautiful. Read More»

Which material should you select for your shutters?

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If your windows look plain and are in need of an upgrade, shutters can provide protection against external elements as well as add aesthetic appeal to the home. There are many different types of shutters in the market, each being suited to match a specific type of home d├ęcor. A big factor to consider when selecting shutters is the material that they are made of. The material used will determine functionality, durability, and style. Read More»

It's Easy to Miss These Details When Choosing Outdoor Blinds

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Outdoor blinds are a good choice for any patio area, as they allow you to block out the sun, wind and even a light rain, allowing you to enjoy your outdoor area no matter the weather. Outdoor blinds or roller shades can also provide privacy and some sound insulation so you don’t need to worry about the neighbours or other such distractions. Before you decide to start shopping for outdoor blinds, note a few details that are very easy to overlook with this choice so you know you’ll find blinds that are right for your particular needs. Read More»