Introducing a hint of color to a home is a simple way to freshen up a space and give it a unique look. Bold colors make bold statements, which is why they should be used with care and restraint. Consider the following ways to bring in a splash of color to liven up an area in your home.
We live in a day and age when nearly everyone owns a handheld device, a big-screen television, and a computer at every desk. Texts, emails, social media messages, and phone calls are becoming the most common and preferred ways of quick communication.
Typically the last place you look when you enter a room is the ceiling, but paying a little attention to this often forgotten “fifth” wall can make the biggest style difference in a room. Believe it or not, the ceiling is an integral part of your decor and can set the stage for your entire design scheme.
There is nothing more boring than blank walls. Artwork sets the tone for each space and can reflect the personality of those that reside there. Once you find the artwork that you love, hanging it can be surprisingly difficult. Here are some simple guidelines for hanging your art properly.
Installing smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms in your home isn’t just a good idea; it can potentially save your life. When these two devices are properly maintained and installed in the correct areas of your home, you will be alerted of potential life-threatening dangers.
Most first-time home buyers face feelings of uncertainty as they take the big step into ownership. Having reservations is a normal reaction, but the more you know about why you should buy a home, the less scary the entire process will be. Here are eight good reasons why you should consider buying a home in 2021.
If your home is one of the many here in Boulder City that has single-pane aluminum windows, you may have considered replacing them with energy-efficient, double-paned vinyl windows. When windows are old and have lost their proper seal, they can become drafty, and a tremendous amount of energy is lost. Some of the new energy-efficient products can make a big difference in lowering your power bill. With Nevada’s harsh summers, this may be something to consider.
Wallpaper isn’t just a trend of the past, it has made a huge comeback in the last few years. Stylish prints have essentially replaced the painted accent wall. During the 1970’s through the 90’s, wallpaper was plastered from floor to ceiling. It was a messy job to apply to surfaces and when it fell out of style, removing wallpaper was a monumental pain!