You work hard every day to keep your home neat and tidy, and yet, when you step back and look at your space, it seems endlessly messy. What's causing the disruption in your home's organization? There could be any number of reasons your house looks messy despite your best efforts. Here are a few common causes and how to tackle them:
Whether you are trying to create a romantic hideaway or an artistic enclave, your bedroom should be a reflection of you and should provide a place to recharge away from the everyday bustle. If your bedroom is falling short of your expectations, try these quick tips to create a better bedroom.
Laundry rooms are notorious for being the most cluttered spot in the house. It's easy for this room to be a catch all space where messes pile up. Whether you have a spacious laundry room or a small area to work with, the storage solutions below will help you get your space in shape.
With the thousands of styles and colors of different furniture you can purchase for your living room, your mind may feel like a blank slate, not knowing where to start. Make no apologies. In fact, a blank slate is a fine place to begin the process of shopping for living room furniture. You'll see why when you follow these tips from top interior designers:
Say the word “antique” and you probably make the translation to “old.” So what do you do if an antique piece has captured your imagination but your decorating style is sleek, contemporary and stylish?
It's time to re-organize your closet – and not just by putting your favorite baseball caps in a bin or hanging all your belts from one sturdy hangar.
It could be your great room. Or it could simply provide a great opportunity to make the most functional use of a large amount of living space in your home.
When people ask how you plan to equip your “TV room,” it's no wonder you set them straight and declare your goal is to create the perfect media room. As long as you have big aspirations, you might as well plan big too, and ensure you have the two things you need most:
You're no flooring expert, but common sense dictates your bathroom flooring should be resistant to water. Since your feet will often be bare as you walk on it, comfort counts, too. Because you spend a fair amount of time in this room even on days when you're in a hurry, the flooring should be durable. As a bonus, it would be nice if it were colorful and stylish yet easy to care for.