Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Home Design Trends for 2015

Design trends for 2015 seem to be all about classic luxury and versatile functionality. Modern trends combine with classic style to create a fresh and unique look for the New Year. Classic, retro, and contemporary design ideas incorporating new materials alongside traditional ones, fresh decorating colors and artist details are taking the home design trends by storm. 2015 is all about blending traditional with the modern, creating a combination of serenity, personality and versatility.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Moving? Here’s What You Need to Do First

Moving into a new apartment is an exciting part of adulthood, but besides the relocation of your belongings, there are other things you have to consider as well. Have you read and agree on the terms of the lease? How much is the rent and when is the payment due? Do you know who the official landlord is? How long is the notice period?

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Five Trendy and Cheap Remodeling Tips

Office remodeling is often put off because of the time it would take as well as the costs that the budget just can never afford. But in today’s world where there are lots of innovative ideas involving the use of reused and recycled furniture, the old has now become modern and trendy. Find out some cheap remodeling tips that will help you boost employee morale and attract more customers to your business.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Hardwood vs. Laminate Wood Flooring

One important factor in determining the market value of a home is its flooring. Wood flooring is a more popular choice because of its natural and warm appearance, and wood will always look timeless. In newer homes today, it is harder to find original hardwood floors because of the high pricing. Yet to achieve that natural wood look, one option homeowners can take to increase the value of their home is to install laminate wood flooring. There are, of course, pros and cons to both hardwood and laminate wood flooring. Let’s tackle these and find out which one is best suited for your lifestyle and budget. 

Monday, April 14, 2014

Should You Rent a Studio or a One-Bedroom Apartment?

Now that you have decided to try living independently, the next decision you will have to make is to choose the type of apartment that suits you. Of course, since you are just starting out and you probably just started on your first job as well, the budget for your rent is a valuable factor when looking for a place to rent. You will typically find studios and one-bedroom apartments to fit your budget just right. Both options sound fantastic, but which one is more preferable? The answer depends on their pros and cons.