It's that time again. Spring has sprung! Or, more like, spring is trying to roll out of bed but it's a little too chilly so it's coming slowly. Be ready to welcome the warmth with open arms by tidying and sprucing up your home.
Joining two separate lives together is challenging enough but when it comes to your shared home you and your partner want to feel comfortable, at-home, and enjoyment from the space. Plenty of couples live together-- some invade the other's bachelor/bachelorette pad and some find a brand new place together--either way, not everyone loves that singing bass you hung in the den. We have a few tips on how to incorporate two styles while keeping a beautiful and clean decor.
Garages tend to come in three forms: sparse car parking, cluttered car parking, and stuffed to the brim with no room for cars. While it's nice to have a clean space to park in, you certainly don't have to use your garage as a parking lot/sports equipment storage/tool shed. You can make a game room, home theater, or just a place for the kids to hang out.
What makes our line of Inspired Flooring the best for your home remodel? Just about everything! From long-lasting durability to timeless hues and patterns, this collection has every look you could want.
We are thrilled to introduce a new line of stylish and practical flooring! Inspired Flooring has the perfect wood shade, texture, and plank width for any room.
Our new line of Inspired Flooring is a great way to refresh your home's style without spending a bundle on new furnishings and paint.
Before diving into a kitchen remodel, there are a couple of things you should consider.
You found the house that will be absolutely perfect... or at least it will be after a few months of over-hauling. We can help you achieve your goals by bringing out the existing architecture with the best selections of flooring, cabinetry, and countertops available.
Refresh your lonely guest bathroom with some easy and beautiful updates.
You don't just need to decide on what color of carpeting you want for the right price, you also need to consider what room it is going in, what your design style is, and how much light you get in the room.