Do you struggle to find storage space in your bathroom? Well, you aren't alone. This is an all-too-common complaint among homeowners. They move into a new home, only to discover that the main bathroom has little or no storage space. While renovating the bathroom and increasing its size it always an option, this is a laborious and time-consuming process that most homeowners want to avoid. Thankfully, there are other ways to create additional storage space in a bathroom, some of which we're going to discuss in this blog post.
- Storage Ideas for a Modern Bathroom
- How to Beat the Heat on Your Patio This Summer
- How to Clean Stains and Superficial Blemishes on Furniture Upholestery
- How to Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal
- How to Preserve and Protect Wooden Furniture From Damage
- Bedroom Decorating Trends to Watch in 2018
- 5 Easy Ways to Make Your Home Energy Efficient
- Is a Loft Bed Right for Your Kid's Room?
- Choosing the Right Curtains for Your Living Room
- How to Restore Hardwood Floors
Posted by CCE Bloggers on 5/15/2018
It's hard to enjoy your patio during the summer when the temperatures are scorching hot. You may be able to lounge during the early morning hours. Once the mid-day sun emerges, however, it can force you and your family indoors. There are ways to cool off and beat the heat on your patio, however. To take full advantage of your patio this summer, consider the following tips to stay cool.
Posted by CCE Bloggers on 5/14/2018 to General Home Decor
It's frustrating when you spend hundreds of dollars -- sometimes even thousands of dollars -- on a new living room couch, recliner or sectional, only to discover an unsightly stain on the upholstery shortly thereafter. Maybe your dog jumped on it with muddy paws, or perhaps you accidentally spilled your coffee while lounging one morning. Regardless, stains have a negative impact on the aesthetics of your furniture, turning this otherwise attractive home furnishing into an eyesore. The good news, however, is that you can often clean minor stains off furniture upholstery.
Posted by CCE Bloggers on 5/7/2018 to General Home Decor
Your home's exterior speaks volume about its style and decor. If it's unkempt or otherwise poorly designed, people will assume the interior follows this same pattern as well. But if you invest the necessary time and energy into creating an attractive landscape and exterior, it will reflect positively upon your home's interior and overall appearance. So, what steps can you take to improve your home's curb appeal?
Posted by CCE Bloggers on 5/1/2018 to General Home Decor
There's no substitution for genuine hardwood in the construction of furniture. Whether it's a dresser, chest of drawers, nightstand, coffee table, end table or practically any type of furniture, hardwood offers an unparalleled level of aesthetics and timeless appealing. Because of this, it's become the preferred furniture material among countless homeowners. However, wood is also susceptible to damage, which is why it's important for owners to follow some basic precautions to protect and preserve their wooden furniture.