The reality is any home renovation project can be difficult. Throw in an eco-friendly remodel of a home that is 50 years or older, and now you’ve really added to the challenge.
The tiny house movement seems to be here to stay, and as more people look to live large in small spaces, functional design and layout are a big part of making this lifestyle work.
Nothing really transforms you home like a kitchen remodel. And the exciting part is you don’t have to sacrifice design elements for sustainable living.
You may not realize it, but by choosing to remodel your home instead of buying a new one, you have already made a choice to live sustainably.
Fresh herbs can make all the difference in your cooking…and if you love to wow your friends with spectacular meals, make sure you have these herbs growing in your kitchen garden.
Go big or go home, right? This is also true when it comes to indoor trees. These options can be design gamechangers when it comes to adding to the health and happiness in your home.
April 22nd is Earth Day…a day that reminds us all that a little bit can go a long way in protecting our planet.
If your winter electric bill has you breaking the bank, then you may be looking for ways to save money as we head into spring and summer.
An aloe vera plant can be one of the best things you keep in your home to harness its healing powers. Keep a few potted aloe plants handy and let the healing begin.
Feeling the need to freshen things up around your home post-holiday?