Want A Bed Frame With Customizable Storage Opportunities? Prioritize Certain Design Features

Buying new furniture is an exciting process because it allows you to dictate how you want your home to look. The house's features will play a partial role in the overall look that you obtain, but it is the furniture and decorations that you fill it up with that will have a substantial role in its appearance and function. If you like the idea of having an attractive bed frame, but what you really want is great storage opportunities, you should make sure to prioritize certain features when you go shopping for this piece of furniture. [Read More]

How to Add a Mosaic-themed Design to a Wooden-framed Wall Mirror

Update a wooden-framed wall mirror by applying a mosaic-themed design to the wood by completing the steps below. Once you have completed the project, hang the mirror from a wall in your home that you would like to draw attention to. Materials plastic sheeting painter's tape wood cleaner lint-free cloths ceramic tiles flat seashells plastic bag that seals safety goggles small hammer adhesive foam brush putty knife sand grout water bucket wooden spoon or stick sponge bucket of water paint tray clear sealant paintbrush Cover the Mirror, Clean the Frame & Prepare Decorative Items [Read More]

How To Properly Inspect A Couch Frame

If you have recently moved into your first home and need to fill your house with furniture, then you may be excited about the idea of going furniture shopping. If a new couch is on your list of things to buy, then you probably want to choose a sofa that is going to last as long as possible. To make sure your money is well spent, keep reading to learn how to examine the couch frame for long life. [Read More]

Want To Update Your Small Bedroom And Walk In Closet? Tips To Help You Get Started

When you walk into your bedroom it should be a comfortable and tranquil place to allow you to relax and get better sleep. If you have not updated your bedroom, as well as your attached closet, below are some tips to help you transform them. Bedroom Paint the walls a light color to help make your room look larger. Some colors that work well are pale yellow, pale green, creamy tan or an off white. [Read More]