Keeping your kitchen organized is a necessary task, but that doesn’t mean you have to hide your organizational efforts behind your cabinet doors. Sometimes organizational items can serve two purposes – to keep your kitchen neat and tidy and add a decorative accent to the room.
Taking the time to declutter your home will also help you avoid the sense of overwhelm that comes when tacking the project all at once. By tackling your home’s organization one small step at a time, you can make the project easier to manage and a little less stressful.
With the weather warming and the days getting longer, spring is a great time to tackle a few home maintenance projects. In addition to assessing your home for winter damage, the spring will give you a chance to prepare your home and garden for summer fun.
Planting and harvesting a garden is a lot of work but it doesn’t have to be hard and the reward is so worth the knowledge, time, and energy you put into it. These easy tips outline the process to having a full and beautiful garden for beginners.
Throw blankets and pillows are some of the best ways to warm up your home during the cold winter months. Not only will these pretty throws make your home more inviting, but they’ll also keep you warm during throughout the chilly season.
Strawberries are sweet and juicy when they are picked right from the plant. Everybody loves this fruit. And, as a bonus, they are one of the easiest fruits to grow. So how difficult is it really to grow strawberries in containers?
With so many organizational products available for your kitchen, it can be hard to choose which ones are the best option for you. Check out these stylish ways to organize your kitchen and make those organizational products work as decorative items, too!
As the weather begins to cool and you start spending more time indoors, you’re going to want your home to be as warm and welcoming as possible. Adding a few more layers to your home’s décor and increasing the warmth inside will not only create an environment that is more comfortable for your family, it will also make your home more inviting to guests
What do you do when you aren’t the cleanup type? If indeed it takes all kinds of people to make a world, it is easy to feel like you don’t fit in when your style of work leaves you with piles, messes, and items scattered all over the place.
Feng Shui is the understanding and use of energy flow ("chi") to bring the most benefit to one's home, life and family. People feel good and have more opportunities to thrive when they are in a pleasant, happy and supportive atmosphere. This applies to the youngest family members even more so due to their instinctive responses to the people, sounds, and colors around them.