A desert storm is brewing in the design world.
Deciduous shrubs — those that lose their leaves each winter — are always sending up new stems at or near ground level.
During the cold months of winter, many people stare longingly out of the window dreaming of spring and time spent outdoors.
Every year, new fashions and fads creep up on home store websites, blogs and — of course — Instagram.
Old homes can be charming and contain architectural elements not often seen in many modern housing developments.
Whether home improvement projects are design to improve the interior or exterior of a house, focusing on renovations that make the most financial sense can benefit homeowners in the long run.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency notes that food scraps and yard waste account for between 20 and 30 percent of what we throw away.
Trees are woody perennial plants, capable of synthesizing their own food and resourcing up to 90 different elements.
Kitchen remodels are among the most popular home renovation projects, whether they consist of swapping out cabinet hardware or doing major demolition.
A stunning sofa or a beautiful wall color might catch your eye when you enter someone’s home.
Designing a home’s interior can be fun.
Homeowners invest large sums into improving their homes to make them more comfortable living spaces or to increase their odds of selling quickly.
The family automobile is not the only piece of equipment that requires routine upkeep to ensure it is operating properly.
A basement remodeling project can add valuable and usable space to a home.
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