Fall is the second best time of year to sell your home. The kids are back in school. Families aren't hustling and bustling back and forth from family vacations. The holidays aren't a stressor...yet. If you're placing your home for sale now, here are several things you need to consider doing first.
It’s officially fall! If you’ve been patiently waiting to break out your autumn-inspired décor, here are 10 simple ways to incorporate the feel of fall into your home.
Buying a home comes with its own distinct set of choices and options, but when you choose to build a new home, the amount of choices increase immensely. Your home builder is one of the most important. Here’s how to determine which one is right for you.
Planning to revamp your patio, porch or deck this summer? What was once a place to enjoy a meal or entertain guests on a pleasant summer night is now meant to serve as an extension of your home. Here are some of the year's biggest trends to inspire the look of your outdoor living space.
Bathrooms and kitchens sell homes, especially to Millennial homebuyers who want to avoid costly renovations. Luckily, bathrooms can be updated dramatically, quickly and on a budget without the need for a major remodel.
Many homeowners spend countless hours rearranging and remodeling the interior of their home, but come springtime, transition from indoor to outdoor living. Spending time outdoors doesn't mean having to forfeit the comforts of the indoors. Add value to your yard, patio, porch or another outdoor area of your home by transforming it into a relaxing but functional, open-air living space.
Owning a home is a symbol of the American Dream, but homeownership is a constantly changing and challenging journey. Whether you fell in love with your home the moment you stepped inside or are still finding ways to make it your own, here are a few ways to love and appreciate your home this year.
Paint colors dictate a lot in a home. They can sway the mood of you and your guests, as well as the overall perception of your home. Whether you like bold or subtle color, here are several tips to creating a harmonious, complementary and interior-designer-worthy color palette for your home.
Keeping up with the expenses of regular home maintenance doesn’t always leave much budget to focus on aesthetics. On the other hand, achieving a sleek, high-class interior doesn’t have to break the bank either. Here’s how to achieve a luxe look for less.
What’s the top go-to spot for anyone looking for interior design inspiration? Pinterest. The idea powerhouse pros analyzed the pins of over 100 million users to create their predictions for the top home design trends for 2016.